Who we are
We are volunteers with limited resources, and our backgrounds are diverse. We are not limited in our concern for those people, families, communities and societies who are abused by totalitarian cults. Of all of those of us who volunteer or help with the Trust, some of us became involved because
- our children were recruited into cults;
- our parents or siblings were recruited into cults;
- our friends, colleagues or associates were recruited into cults.
- we were in cults ourselves, and suffered abuse before we were able to leave;
- our professions – be it as teachers, lawyers, academic researchers, politicians, medical or psychological practitioners – brought us into contact with victims of cultic abuse.
We respect the confidence of any enquiry made with us, and assist, within the scope of our abilities, those who need our support or information. We will refer people to other professionals where specialist expertise is needed.
We maintain strictly secure files on the cults and case studies we deal with, and maintain a library of books, articles and other publications relevant to the subject.