"APA" is a "cult"?
Very bizarre claim, which makes you seem somewhat like a Scientologist denouncing the mental health profession.
You appear to consistently value subjective experience above objective reality in your long posts defending Katie.
Your attempt to blame those abused by LGATs for their own injuries follows a similar pattern seen on other threads when proponents for such groups post here.
Typical comments from such folks range from "It's not for everybody" to "They chose to join and continue and be a part of it. They are adults making their own decisions...responsible for their choices."
Of course this completely discounts the power of coercive persuasion.
In this self-serving construct ironically everyone must take responsibility for what they do with the glaring exception of LGATs and their leaders. And never mind how they hurt people through their practices and programs.
What seems to run consistently through many of the posts by LGAT apologists is a kind of self-centered, obsessive focus on their own subjective experience, with an almost total absence of empathy or even sympathy for LGAT causalities.
It seems for these folks the mantra is, "It makes me feel good and that's all that matters."
Frankly, this comes across as a narcissistic delusion, facilitated by LGAT leaders through their assorted programs.