I found a book which I think is very helpful for ex-members of abusive churches and cults of Christianity - The Heresy of Mind Control: Recognizing Con Artists in Leadership written by Stephen Martin, a brother of Dr. Paul Martin, the director of Wellspring. Stephen Martin also works in Wellspring. He uses his experience of work with ex-members of abusive churches and cults in Wellspring.
In his book, he uses Dr. Robert Jay Lifton's Eight Criteria for Thought Reform. He also uses the Bible in order to prove that mind control techniques are unbiblical and heretical. He uses the Bible in order to refute mind control practices. I think this is a very interesting idea. It is very helpful for ex-members of abusive churches and cults of Christianity to refute mind control practices in the biblical way. In Recovering from Churches that Abuse, Ronald Enroth writes that all the unbiblical doctrines of abusive churches should be carefully refuted. This is what Stephen Martin is doing in his book.
BTW, Dr. Paul Martin has a doctoral degree in psychology. Stephen Martin has a master degree in theology. Dr. Paul Martin was one of the three chief editors of this book.
Online version (pdf) of The Heresy of Mind Control: Recognizing Con Artists in Leadership by Stephen Martin