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He has worked to educate and inform about 500 families/individuals over the past 28 years.
He has given dozens of talks to church, civic, college/university, and government groups.
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He was also President and Chairman of The Dialogue Center, Denmark. Aagaard at the law office of then ICSA (known as American Family Foundation at the time) president, Herbert Rosedale. She has worked in a counseling capacity with former cult members for about 20 years.
This seminar resulted in a special issue of Cultic Studies Journal (Vol. She was formerly employed at Auburn University in the Psychology Department.
Her lecture series focused on children born and/or raised in cultic groups with a special focus on issues of human rights.
She has presented on cults, with a particular focus on second-generation adults (SGAs) at various mental-health agencies, universities, and at the National Association of Social Workers (NASW) annual conference in New Jersey. Allen gained a breadth of experience volunteering at the Cult Clinic of JBFCS in NYC for three years and has gone on to work as a therapist with former cult members in community mental health.
He has been a member of Free Minds of Minnesota since 1983 and served as the organization’s president for eight of those years.