Presented his doctoral dissertation about collective suicide in 2008.Co-author with Liselotte Frisk of New Religiosity in Contemporary Sweden: The Dalarna Study in National and International Context and, together with Liselotte Frisk and Franz Höllinger, Size and Structure of The Holistic Milieu: A Comparison of Local Mapping-Studies in Austria and Sweden.
Listed below are biographical sketches on some of the people who have published in ICSA periodicals or spoken at ICSA conferences.If you are listed here, please let us know if anything needs to be updated.He was also President and Chairman of The Dialogue Center, Denmark. Aagaard at the law office of then ICSA (known as American Family Foundation at the time) president, Herbert Rosedale. She has worked in a counseling capacity with former cult members for about 20 years.This seminar resulted in a special issue of Cultic Studies Journal (Vol. She was formerly employed at Auburn University in the Psychology Department.She has been interviewed by numerous newspapers and radio and TV stations concerning cults.
She is currently working on articles for publication in professional journals and is a contributing author of a chapter in a textbook for mental health professionals, entitled Values and Ethics in Counseling: Real-Life Ethical Decision Making.
She is on ICSA’s Board of Directors, and is International Journal of Cultic Studies, Co-Editor.
She published a book and several articles on psychological abuse in group contexts, cult involvement, leaving cults, and psychological consequences of abusive group membership.
Researcher in Religious Studies at Dalarna University.
Director of Studies at the Department of Sociology, Stockholm University and Co-founder of FINYAR (The Association for Research and Information on Alternative Spirituality), Sweden.
Laying out his vision for concrete steps the world can take in 2018 to maximize the contribution millions of migrants are already making to our societies and to agree a set of actions to ensure that the rights of all migrants are fully respected, United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres on Thursday said the issue of migration calls for a truly global response.