All of the organisations listed here provide information and support for spiritual crisis, or the different varieties of spiritual emergency.
A US non-profit organisation founded in 2009. ACISTE provides information on STEs, a directory of certified support professionals, and peer-support groups for those struggling to integrate their STEs.
The IGPP is a German orgnaisation founded by Hans Benver in 1950 that undertakes research and provides counselling in the area of clinical parapsychology.
A US non-profit organisation founded by Emma Bragdon. The IMHU provides online courses about mental health and spiritual emergency, training for Spiritual Emergence Coaches, and maintains an online directory of SECs.
ISEN acts as a hub for local spiritual emergence groups around the world. They have also compiled a crisis guide for people expereincing a spiritual emergency.
The Kyrie Therapeutic Farm will support recovery through the creation of a healing environment combining a supportive community, therapeutic and holistic care and meaningful opportunities for participating in a natural farm setting in Ireland.
The PET provides an online directory of therapists trained in Psychosynthesis. Psychosynthesis is an holistic approach to mind, body, and spirit founded by Italian psychiatrist Roberto Assagioli.
The US based SAI aims to raise awareness of spiritually transformative experiences and their effects around the world. The SAI holds annual conferences and sharing circles where people can talk about their experiences in a safe, non-judgemental space.
A UK non-profit organisation founded in 2004 by Catherine Lucas, Isabel Clarke and others. The SCN offers information and support via email, face-to-face and online peer-support groups, a group for carers, and holds occassional training and awareness events and conferences.