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Making recovery from toxic groups approachable for therapists and survivors. 

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Introducing CE Course: Religious Trauma in Clinical Settings


Receive 1.5 Continuing Education Credit

Religious Trauma in Clinical Settings is a clinical course to support therapists, clinicians, counselors and other helping professionals understand religious trauma in a deeper way. I teach you the three types of religious trauma, as well as the emotional and psychological impact and symptoms. 

The course is available now. 

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Therapists: Get our free reading list for religious trauma & cult recovery

Looking for a book list that can kickstart your journey to becoming an expert on religious trauma and cult abuse? Get a copy of the list we customize for our students. 


Are you ready to become an expert on helping religious trauma clients?

Do you feel completely lost when it comes to supporting clients with religious trauma?

Most graduate programs don't focus on the nuances of religious trauma and cult abuse, leaving us feeling lost and overwhelmed when these clients walk through our therapy doors. We sit with our religious trauma or cult abuse clients and think... Could I be doing more for them? Am I helping them enough? 

You no longer have to feel so alone in treating religious or cult trauma clients.

A Year of Non-Magical Thinking for Therapists

Certification Course


Become a Certified Religious Trauma Practitioner. Join our community of therapists, clinicians, and physicians actively becoming experts on religious trauma and cult abuse. Get assessments, tools, and other client resources to use in your treatment. Student favorite: Unlimited Case Reviews throughout the year-long program. 

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One-on-One Consultation

for Trauma Cases or Professional Growth


Are you wanting coaching on growing your professional practice or clinical expertise. No one teaches us how to do these things in grad school, but I'm here to share all the tips and tricks I've learned along the way.  Join us for one-on-one consultation and/or supervision with Dr. Quincee, a clinical psychologist specializing in cult recovery. 


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CE Course for Therapists & Clinicians

Get CE Credit for our NBCC-certified course


Therapists, clinicians, and other practitioners can get 1.5 CE Credits while learning about the clinical implications of religious trauma, types of religious trauma, and how to show up for our clients when they need us the most.  With over 33% of the U.S. population reporting a history of religious trauma, this course will help you support the folks that walk into your practice. 

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Are you ready to have an expert walk you through how to recover after religious trauma or a culty experience?

Are you feeling lost in knowing how to recover from your experience? 

Feeling overwhelmed in recovery is the most common experience amongst survivors.  You are walking way from a world where you were completely submerged in the rules, rigidity and demands of that groups.  So it totally makes sense that you are feeling overwhelmed.  Now you're out in a different world to stay safe, heal your nervous system, and find a healthy way forward. 

You are not alone. We offer two ways to get religious and cult trauma support.


A Year of Non-Magical Thinking for Survivors

Join a monthly membership and learn how indoctrination, coercive control, and emotional manipulation kept you afraid and stuck in your toxic group. Gain skills for managing your anxiety and overwhelm with journal prompts. Connect with a community of survivors that are making their way through the icky stuff together. 


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One-on-One Coaching for Religious Trauma Survivors

If you want personalized feedback and coaching on how to help yourself move forward after cult abuse and religious trauma, then coaching might be for you.  Coaching is available to our members of YONMT, so join us there for education and amped up support. 


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Specialized Courses in Trauma Recovery

Explore our library of courses built to help survivors thrive after relational or interpersonal trauma.  Learn about indoctrination, coercive control and how to help yourself feel calm again after your world has been flipped upside down.  Learn about nervous system regulation and attachment wounds to take your recovery to the next level.


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Want to know your attachment style?

Are you anxiously attached? 

Avoidantly attached?

Securely attached? 

Take our quiz in just a few minutes and find out!

Not sure if your group was a cult?

Or maybe you're on the fence about whether or not your religion caused some trauma...we've got a quiz for you.


Want to take our free religious trauma quiz? 

It takes less than 5 minutes and you get immediate results.  Find our if your symptoms might be related to religious trauma.  

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Want to take our free cult quiz? 

Maybe you don't know if your group was a little bit toxic or culty.  We have a free quiz to help you spot the red flags of cult groups, and will only take about 5 minutes.

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Hi there, I'm Dr. Quincee—

I'm a clinical psychologist and a religious trauma survivor

I help therapists and survivors understand the mental health consequences of religious trauma or cult abuse. 

I remember sitting in a theology class over a decade ago and realizing that my experience inside my religion had been traumatizing.


I was in need of some real support. I looked for therapists that specialized in this sort of trauma and after weeks of searching, I realized no one in my area specialized in these experiences.

Now, over 13 years later, I've worked with hundreds of therapy and coaching clients and taught over 100 therapists how to treat religious trauma and cult abuse. I feel so privileged to get to teach survivors and therapists each day and I want to make that support accessible to you.

I've taken all of the knowledge that I've learned and put together a collection of courses for survivors and therapists.


Want more resources? 

Our blog is stuffed with free resources, helpful information, and more. 

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