Andrew Jasko, M.Div. Princeton Seminary, Doctorate in Clinical Psychology (Psy.D.) in progress, is a religious trauma activist and spiritual transition coach. He raises awareness about the psycho-spiritual harms of fundamentalist religion and provides resources to facilitate transition into secular life and spirituality at www.lifeafterdogma.org. Andrew was formerly a Pentecostal Christian minister and missionary to India. Although religious faith was his life’s passion, Andrew suffered from anxiety, depression, and guilt about sexuality. He left his religion after realizing that biblical teachings were the cause of his distress. Andrew studies religion from the perspective of trauma and is working to create a training program for therapists and helping professionals to heal religious trauma and work with people in spiritual transition. Andrew has extensive knowledge of many forms of Christianity from personal experience and study and has walked many individuals through the process of healing. His writings and talks can be found at www.lifeafterdogma.org. Andrew offers private coaching, speaks at events, and facilitates workshops.
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