Recovery and healing services for survivors:

Environmental cues often trigger aspects of left-over cult programming that ex-members still carry. Some ex-members get to the point that they actually think about returning to the cult, or feel they must seek out some new guru, leader, or group. It takes time and often guidance to get beyond the black and white, us-versus-them, elitist mentality that cults tend to program into their members.

The way to recover from destructive mind control is to learn to control your own mind. In our practice, we help people develop increased self-awareness so that they can reclaim, or in some cases, create for the first time, a healthy internal locus (center) of control.

Whether you grew up in a cult or joined one later in life, our knowledgeable and compassionate team can help. We work with ex-members to accelerate their recovery, build a strong sense of self-mastery, connect to their personal goals, and build strong, healthy relationships.

In addition to cult cases, we help people involved in destructive one-on-one relationships, mini-cults, and other unusual situations. All involve radical personality changes, often resulting in dropping out of school, work, alienation and loss of contact. Some involve covert uses of hypnosis and sexual abuse.

We want to help you in your personal recovery. The first step is to fill out the Healing and Recovery Case Evaluation Form:

  • complete online
  • to fax or mail, please download the form and then fax to (617) 628-8153 or mail to Freedom of Mind Resource Center, 716 Beacon Street #590443, Newton, MA 02459