Lorna Goldberg is a social worker, certified psychoanalyst, psychotherapist and researcher of cults.
Lorna works full-time in a private practice as a therapist. Her focus is on children, adolescents and adults who have had exposure to cultic groups. This includes individuals who entered cults in late adolescence or early adulthood, children and adults who have grown up in cultic groups as well as family members of individuals who are currently still in cults.
Goldberg was the Co-Director of the Child and Adolescent Program of the New Jersey Institute, a two-year postgraduate training program for mental health professionals, from 1991 to 1999. She served as Director until June 2004. She also served on the faculty in the five-year post-graduate training program for psychoanalytic certification.
Presently, Lorna serves as Dean of Faculty at the Institute for Psychoanalytic Studies, Inc. There, she teaches and supervises mental health professionals in child and adult psychoanalysis and psychoanalytic psychotherapy.
Since 2008, Lorna has served as the President of the International Cultic Studies Association. With her husband Bill Goldberg, Lorna has co-led a support group for ex-cult members for over 25 years.
In 2009, Lorna received the Margaret Thaler Singer Award from the International Cultic Studies Association. In 1999, Bill and Lorna Golberg received the Leo J. Ryan Award, from the Leo J. Ryan Education Foundation.
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