Here you will find information that can help you analyze and/or respond to a specific situation that may involve a destructive cult, group or leader.
Define that situation more clearly by looking over "Warning Signs" and see if you really have reasons to be concerned. Remember, your concerns may be only a misunderstanding, so be patient and remain calm.
If you are considering an intervention, but curious about what that may involve you can review related questions and answers under "Intervention". Here you will find answers to questions such as; how much does an intervention cost? how long does it take? What are the likely results? Rick Ross answers those questions clearly and offers insights about the intervention process. He also has published ethical standards that govern his professional work.
If you decide upon an intervention and wish to hire Rick Ross you can begin the process by completing an "Intake Questionnaire" which can be filled out on line and emailed for your convenience. This offers background on your situation with the related information necessary to begin working toward an intervention. References concerning Rick Ross' intervention work and expertise are available here for your review.
Families and friends of cult members often struggle when responding to cult involvement and the subsequent problems this may pose. Coping with a cult situation can be very difficult. At Coping Strategies you will find helpful guidelines and suggestions to assist you. Additional information is also available about the process of recovery, after breaking free from undue influence and an excellent supplemental reading list.
Rick Ross is also available as a lecturer and has made presentations at some of the most prestigious colleges and universities in the United States.
If you feel that legal action through civil litigation is warranted, due to a personal injury, the Cult Education Institute may be helpful. You can complete a "legal assistance Questionnaire," which will be reviewed and responded to, free of charge.