thanks for apologising as in order to discredit my views you represented them as naive and idyllic. that is pretty insulting coming from a psychologist. The research I shared does mention Jehovahs witnesses - did you actually read the article? Iannaccone's reasearch (not just the piece I shared) is often cited by other scholars when discussing mental health and JWs. he is an expert in this area of social science. However none of this denies any of the points you or others are making regarding the emotional difficulties experienced within Jehovah's witnesses. What it does do is suggest that people come, look around and go rather than remain in such a high pressure atmosphere.
regarding your practice I would simply like reassurance that if you ever treated a jw who had suicidal thoughts you would refer them for psychiatric help in case they needed medication as I know that psychologists do not prescribe medication. I feel justified in questioning you in this way because you often give general psychological advice or offer your opinion based on your credentials telling us you are in the mental health profession and therefore justifying that you are qualified to speak.