ICSA Annual Conference
July 3-6, 2019 Manchester, UK at Holiday Inn Manchester City Centre
Pre-Conference - 3rd July
Topic: Aspects of cult recovery research that may be helpful to families [Family Workshop]
Speaker: Gillie Jenkinson
Time slot: Wednesday 3rd July, 10.30am
Topic: Clinical Roundtable for Mental Health Professionals
Facilitators: Gillie Jenkinson & Mary Russell
Time Slot: Wednesday 3rd July, 3.30-5pm
Main Conference - 4th-6th July
Hope Valley Counselling will be represented on the following panels:
Topic: What is the Impact on Survivors When a Cult Asks for Disclosures of Historic Abuse?
Panellists: Gillie Jenkinson, Tony Jenkinson, Karen Wesley, Pieter Walsma, Naomi Brown
Time slot: Friday 5th July, 2-3.30 (90 min)
Topic: Drugs, Cults, & Thought Reform – A Case Study Depicting How Mind-Altering Drugs Enhance the Power of Thought Reform and Undue Influence and Exacerbate the Challenges for Recovery
Panellists: Gillie Jenkinson; Ariela Bogenberger
Time slot: Saturday 6th July, 11-12.30 (90 min)
Coming Soon! Hope Valley Therapist Training
We’ve recently had a flood of requests for therapist training to work with clients who have suffered in cults. A suite of Hope Valley programmes are now in development - suitable both for therapists looking for an introduction to the area and also those interested in extended CPD learning to be equipped to work with the Post-Cult Counselling model.
Supervision or consultancy is also available for therapists requiring support.
Register your interest by emailing us below, and we’ll keep you up to date regarding the training.