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In today’s episode we will be considering religion and what happens when someone decides to leave a faith. This is called being ‘an apostate’ and it can also have implications for identity trauma and abuse. I am joined by Hari Parekh who is a trainee clinical psychologist and has conducted research in this area. We hope you enjoy it.
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