Fw: International Cultic Studies Association. Access Free e-books.
- Hi All -As many know, ICSA has excellent free resources for helping people recover from cults, but some people aren't happy because some of their info is available to dues-paying members only. Well, that shouldn't be a problem - there's so much free stuff I don't think I ever got thru all of it. Here's new info from ICSA:----- Forwarded Message -----
Subject: International Cultic Studies Association. Access Free e-books.
The survey is very short, so I encourage everyone to complete it. Then, the link to the free stuff is: http://free.icsa.nameYou are currently on ICSA's general mailing list.We are moving members of this list to our free info list, which will give them access to e-books and other interesting information (see list of e-books below).If you wish to access this information and continue to receive announcements from ICSA, please take a minute to complete the brief form here:After you complete this survey (for which your name is optional), we will tell you how to access the special site with the following information:· Coping with Cult Involvement: A Handbook for Families and Friends - Bardin, Livia (e-book)· Recovery from Abusive Groups - Wendy Ford (e-book)· Family Interventions for Cult-Affected Loved Ones - Carol Giambalvo (e-book)· Herbert Rosedale Memorial Collection (articles on social and legal implications of cults· Cults on Campus - Marcia Rudin (e-book)· Margaret Singers Memorial Collection (articles on psychological and treatment aspect of cults)· Satanism and Occult-Related Violence: What You Should Know (Michael Langone & Linda Blood) (e-book)· Starting Out in Mainstream America (Livia Bardin) (e-book)· A collection of significant articles________________________________________________ICSA (International Cultic Studies Association)P.O. Box 2265Bonita Springs, FL 34133Phone: 1-239-514-3081fax: 1-305-393-8193E-mail: mail@...Web site: www.icsahome.comConferences and workshops http://events.icsa.nameBecome a member of ICSA and gain access to an e-Library with over 23,000 items.Hope all's well with everyone - and where the heck did summer go? Seems like the kids just got out of school yesterday and only had a few days off!Hugs,Sharon