Thursday, 16 April 2015

ICSA's Monthly Support Group for those in New York

At the April 24 monthly meeting of ICSA’s New York support group, educator Maureen Griffo will speak on “Why No One Joins a Cult.” A brief presentation will be followed by general discussion.

This presentation is the third of a series at ICSA’s New York monthly meetings, including subjects like “Common Myths and Misconceptions About Cults,” “Characteristics of Cultic Groups,” and “Children Born or Raised in Cultic Groups.”  These presentations have been developed by ICSA’s New York Education Outreach Committee, whose members combine personal and professional experience, and are developing a model presentation to be offered to community educational, civic and religious organizations.  Ms. Griffo is the committee’s chair.

ICSA's monthly meeting in New York is for families, former members, and others needing support; and people who want to work with others to help victims or educate the public about cult issues.

When: Last Friday of the month, except when noted otherwise: 7 pm – 9 pm. If you are attending for the first time, e-mail ICSA ( to confirm the date of the next meeting.
Where: Church of St. Paul and St. Andrew (United Methodist), 263 W. 86th St., New York City (Subway stop: #1 train at 86th St. and Broadway, walk 1 block west).

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