Based on your answers, we think you might find the following helpful...
Voice of Deconversion ~ Promoting the voices of agnostic and atheist ex-Christians, this podcast exists to let other former believers of the Christian faith know that they are not alone.
Journey Free ~ Dr. Marlene Winell is the therapist who coined the term Religious Trauma Syndrome. She offers sessions over Skype or from her office in Oakland, CA. Dr. Winell also leads an online support group and holds weekend retreats for those looking to reclaim their lives after toxic religion.
The Secular Therapy Project ~ Find a therapist without a spiritual agenda. This project started by the folks at Recovering From Religion features a growing database of non-religious mental health professionals who use evidence-based approaches to counseling. Find a secular therapist in your area. Need to talk with someone now? Call 1-844-368-2848 to talk with a trained counselor from Recovering From Religion's peer support hotline.
Break Free Together ~ Dinner parties for people healing from sexual shame? We're down. Linda Kay Klein, author of Pure: Inside the Evangelical Movement that Shamed a Generation of Women and How I Broke Free, founded this organization bringing together people from various religious backgrounds for story exchange over the dinner table. Break free from shame!
Not Your Mission Field ~ For ex-evangelical conversations and well-researched articles reflecting on everything from Christian politics to homeschooling, visit the site of writer and scholar Chrissy Stroop. She also has a thoughtfully selected list of resources for ex-fundamentalists and other spiritual abuse survivors.
You can also check out the following pages on this site. We hope you find what you're looking for!
• Christianity - This page offers resources specifically for people with a Christian background.
• Secular Resources - Find a faith-free therapist, an online or local support group of non-theists, and check out some of the blogs and podcasts from other ex-believers who dared to doubt.
• Mental Health - Do you find yourself struggling with depression or anxiety after a loss of faith? Learn more about Religious Trauma Syndrome and find a therapist or peer support group who can help.