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Synopsis of Ritualistic Abuses (Bibliografia: sugli "ABUSI RITUALI")

Semplici segnalazioni di cronaca italiana - 23 aprile 2003

Secondo una ricerca sul satanismo, Lombardia e Lazio sono le regioni con il maggior numero di seguaci del satanismo: nella prima sono stati individuati 104 gruppi satanici, (su un totale di 650 in Italia) mentre nella seconda esistono 73 sette di ispirazione satanica.
"Il testo appena presentato su questo tema (di cui è primo firmatario l'onorevole Roberto Alboni di AN) prevede l'equiparazione di tali sette alle associazioni segrete e alle pene per esse previste in base ad una legge già vigente dal 1982 (fino a 5 anni di reclusione); ma introduce anche una sanzione carceraria per il reato di circonvenzione di incapace; come pure la definizione ex novo di un altro reato: abuso di rituale satanico esoterico. Alboni, facendosi interprete delle preoccupazioni dei trenta deputati del suo stesso partito che appoggiano questa azione parlamentare, definisce il proliferare della sette sataniche un fenomeno da allarme sociale. E punta in particolare il dito sulla possibilità che tali organizzazioni hanno di svilupparsi attraverso internet. "Dai 114 club satanici presenti on line nel 1999 - spiega - si è passati nel 2000 a ben 322, ed il fenomeno appare in aumento". I parlamentari ritengono che, sotto parvenze pseudo-religiose, questa associazioni si sono finora "contraddistinte per l'acquisizione di ricchezze mediante la privazione dell'ntero patrimonio degli adepti" e "per la soddisfazione di desideri sessuali e di perversioni".... I promotori di questa iniziativa legislativa non si nascondono che i confini fra pratica religiosa (per quanto esasperata e fanatica) e vera e propria pericolosità sociale sono a volte difficili da individuare. Ma l'obiettivo principale che si intende perseguire è quello di impedire atti illegali ormai frequentissimi e ammantati di pseudo-religiosità. Come l'acquisizione di ricchezze mediante la privazione dell'intero patrimonio degli adepti, la soddisfazione di desideri sessuali e perversioni, la vendita di materiale pornografico e rituale, la detenzione e lo spaccio di stupefacenti, il maltrattamento di animali, la profanazione di cimiteri, l'esercizio abusivo della professione sanitaria e psicoterapeutica.
Il testo della pdl ... si compone in realtà di tre soli articoli. Nel primo vengono infatti equiparati alle associazioni segrete ''i movimenti sedicenti religiosi, esoterici o magici ed i seguaci del culto di Satana che perseguono le proprie attività con riti ed atti contrari al buon costume, con atti di vilipendio alla religione e con abusi rituali satanici, lesivi della dignità e dei diritti della persona''. Nel secondo viene invece contemplato un aumento delle pene previste per i membri del suddette società segrete se il reato è commesso ''nell'esercizio di pratiche esoterico-sataniche''. Nel terzo ed ultimo si definiscono invece le eventuali aggravanti. La reclusione da uno a sei anni può essere infatti aumentata se l'abuso rituale satanico è commesso con l'utilizzo di sostanze stupefacenti, alcoliche, narcotiche o atti intimidatori, o con atti di vampirismo, scarnificazione e cannibalismo''. Mentre scattano ulteriori aumenti delle pene se il reato viene perpretato su minori di 14 anni da parte di congiunti, dal genitore adottivo o dal tutore di minorenne, oppure se è commesso da parte di tre o più persone. La reclusione può poi arrivare fino a quattordici anni se lo stesso reato è commesso con atti di violenza sessuale. "
Le sette sataniche su internet: una ricerca esplorativa sui contenuti illegali on-line.
M. Strano, V. Gotti, R. Medici, P. Germani.

Rapporto Guyard 1999 - Francia: Le Finanze delle Sette

Doc. N. 1687, redatto a nome della Commissione di Inchiesta sulle Sette. 
Riportato alla Presidenza dell'Assemblea Nazionale il 10 Giugno 1999.
 Compongono la Commissione i Sigg.: Jacques Guyard, presidente, Jacques Myard, Rudy Salles, vice-presidenti, Bernard Perrut, Sig.ra Chantal Robin-Rodrigo, segretari, Jean-Pierre Brard, relatore; Sig.ra Roselyne Bachelot-Narquin, Sigg. Richard Cazenave, Eric Doligé, Jean-Pierre Foucher, Jacques Heuclin, Jérôme Lambert, Mmes Catherine Picard, Yvette Roudy, M. Philippe Vuilque. 

Ritual Abuse and Secret Societies Information Outline

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2007 Spring:

From Carol Rutz: March 3lst is the deadline for completing the online survey for Adult Survivors of Extreme Abuse. I am well aware of the emotions, memories and trauma that have to be processed to get to a point where one feels safe enough to "TELL." Don't tell programming was a powerful detriment to my moving forward in my early phase of healing. I did find though, that the more I told the easier it became.  Seeing that all the horrible things my perpetrators promised would happen were just more lies freed me to continue to tell and tell and tell.
Numerous survivors have written to thank us for giving them this opportunity to Break the Silence.  One survivor said, Voluntarily participating in a study like this is probably one of the least traumatizing experiences a survivor has ever faced.
Our preliminary statistics show almost 900 people in at least 24 countries have responded to the survey. Many have printed it out and taken the survey at their own pace and then mailed to me for entry into our data base. Others have had their therapist ask the questions and enter their answers, giving them a safe place and environment to express their feelings. I encourage anyone who feels this is an appropriate venue for them to email me and ask for the downloadable survey.
Remember we deserve recognition and respect for having survived the most atrocious events known to humankind, hidden behind a mask of secrecy and disbelief.
Numbers do count. Your voice does count and can make a difference.
The two-day workshop is focused on making sense of ritual abuse-torture (RAT) from a human rights perspective, examining how such a co-culture organizes its violence through the use and misuse of ritualism. The perpetrator’s acts of violence will be understood from the perspective of abuse and ‘non-state actor’ torture, meaning torture perpetrated by family and like-minded connected groups. They will share their work, which includes the first ever attempt to map RAT transnational connections. (Spring 2007)

Ritual Abuse-Torture: Understanding the Co-Culture ~ Exiting and Healing Strategies
April 26 & 27 (9:00 am - 4:00 pm) 2007
Jeanne Sarson and Linda MacDonald have focused their work on the reality of ritual abuse-torture (RAT) since 1993. A focus that began when an adult asked them for support to exit and heal from historical and present day ritual abuse-torture victimization and traumatization. This work was followed by a small NS participatory research project listening to women explain their RAT ordeals. With the introduction of their website: RITUAL ABUSE-TORTURE: THE MOST UNSPOKEN FACE OF HUMAN TRAFFICKING their work has become global. For example, they presented their work at the Commission on the Status of Women, United Nations Headquarters, NY in 2004 & 2006; at Georgetown University, and at the National Press Club, Washington, DC; and at the Voice of Women lecture series, University of Toronto; at various conferences or workshops in the US and Canada, and appeared in an educational TV program on RAT in Connecticut. Their latest publication was featured in the RCMP Gazette with other works pending. With nursing degrees from Dalhousie and Master of Education degrees from St. Mary’s, they pursued continuing education at home, at the Justice Institute of BC, and Harvard University ‘Learning from Women’ conferences. Besides multicultural and community nursing experiences, they had a part-time private practice working with adults identifying being harmed by relational violence.
Workshop Summary and Objectives.
The two-day workshop is focused on making sense of RAT from a human rights perspective, examining how such a co-culture organizes its violence through the use and misuse of ritualism. The perpetrator’s acts of violence will be understood from the perspective of abuse and ‘non-state actor’ torture, meaning torture perpetrated by family and like-minded connected groups. They will share their work, which includes the first ever attempt to map RAT transnational connections.
Learning tools include sharing the drawings, poetry, and the voices of persons who have survived RAT victimization to expose the universality of the themes of violence perpetrated within the RAT co-culture. Role-play, video, and participatory discussions will facilitate other learning opportunities.
Exiting, healing, and socio-cultural recovery will be presented with a focus on the importance of safety. Integrating the experiential reality of RAT victimization and traumatization will be examined as essential to the prevention of on-going re-victimization. Case examples and practical intervention ideas such as translating and interpreting the coded language used by perpetrators will be shared. Educational pamphlets and a relationship CD will be available as learning tools.

Winter 2011

Upcoming Webinars of Survivorship reminder:
Survivorship members may listen to past webinars in the members’ section.
For information on joining Survivorship, go to how to join membership
Complete details on all our webinars are at Survivorship Ritual Abuse and Child Abuse 2016 Conference Survivors Supporting Survivors If you have any further questions, please feel free to contact Shamai@survivorship.org

Saturday, November 19 12 PM Pacific Time
deJoly LaBrier All Together Now, a Multiple's Story of Hope & Healing
Within the pages of InsidedeJoly.com you will find not only my story of abuse, but also my story of healing. You will find hope, joy, courage and serenity. I invite you to share this experience with me, and possibly to find ways for your own healing.
I would like to invite you to read the first chapter of my second book,
All Together Now, A Multiple’s Story of Hope & Healing. ... in either a downloadable format or hard cover. My first book, Diary of a Survivor in Art and Poetry, written in 1997, can also be ordered.
deJoly LaBrier was born into a Marine Corps family that was involved in a child sex ring, government experimentation and a sadistic ritualistic cult. In 1988, deJoly began the healing journey toward wholeness while identifying 52+ alter personalities that carried on her life. She is the author of two books, DIARY OF A SURVIVOR IN ART AND POETRY, and ALL TOGETHER NOW, A MULTIPLE'S STORY OF HOPE & HEALING. Today she lives with her partner in the mountains of Northwest Georgia, enjoying the serenity and beauty of nature.
deJoly LaBrier will talk about the methods she used to heal from the effects of ritualized torture, an organized child sex ring, and government experimentation. In her recent book, ALL TOGETHER NOW, A MULTIPLE'S STORY OF HOPE AND HEALING, deJoly writes in detail about the various forms the abuse took. She is grateful that during the early part of her recovery, she was introduced to the 12-Steps of AA, as they have been adapted into other groups.
 


Saturday, December 17 12 pm Pacific Time
(also on STOPCHILDABUSE) Alikina Memory & Survivors
Most survivors have questions about their memory processes at some time: is it true, did it happen? or  why can't I remember?, or even why do I keep having intrusive memories?. As we heal, we also become aware of times when our memories seem different than how we've been lead to believe 'normal' memory works. We feel like we forget too much, or we have nearly perfect memories. Often questions about memories of abuse are addressed in therapy, groups, books, etc; but questions about the everyday workings of memory, and how abuse may be affecting our brain function, stay unanswered. This webinar will primarily focus on what current psychological science knows about basic memory processes, as well as issues unique to the survivor community, learning styles and how they affect memory, tricks to assist remembering, and plenty of Q & A time.
Alikina is a survivor of severe abuse and a current grad-school student halfway through her Master's Degree in Mental Health Counseling. She has presented articles and webinars for Survivorship in the past. She has worked with abuse survivors through community support organizations and been in therapy as both the client and the therapist, and plans to work with abuse and trauma survivors as her career path.

Brief Synopsis of the Literature on the Existence of Ritualistic Abuse (updated by Ellen P. Lacter, Ph.D.)

Psychological and legal evidence of the existence of ritual abuse is substantial and rapidly growingh.

Satanism and Ritual Abuse Archive, by Diana Napolis, M.A., Copyright 2000 and 2007
The following cases describe legal proceedings held in Juvenile, Family, Civil and Criminal Courts around the world where there have been allegations of Satanism or the use of Ritual to abuse others.
Any religion or organization can be used as a front to hide ritual abuse activity, including Christianity, Buddhism, Shamanism, Hinduism, Masonry, Mormonism, Pagan and Satanic religions; however, not all Satanists commit crimes and not all occultism is Satanism. It is imperative that investigators and professionals familiarize themselves with cross-cultural belief systems so as not to target any particular group.
This document will have regular updates; this present version is current as of July 10, 2007. It is recommended that this archive be used as a resource only and original documents be obtained from Lexis/Nexus or Westlaw with the assistance of an attorney. If the reader does not have access to legal searches, or if there are any updates to these cases, contact the author at: 6977 Navajo Rd. PMB 114, San Diego, California 92119-1503
Warning: Some of the following cases depict graphic, violent activity. 

The psychological literature supports that ritualistic abuse is a real phenomenon that must be correctly assessed and treated (Belitz, & Schacht, 1992; Bernet & chang, 1997; Bloom, 1994; Boat, 1991; Boyd, 1991; Brown, 1994; Clark, 1994; Clay, 1996; Coleman, 1994; Cook, 1991; Coons, 1997; Cozolino, 1989, 1990; deMause, 1994; Driscoll & Wright, 1991; Edwards, 1990; Ehrensaft, 1992; Faller, 1994; Feldman, 1993; Finkelhor, Williams, & Burns, 1988; Fraser, 1990, 1997a, 1997b; Friesen, 1991, 1992, 1993; Gonzalez, Waterman, Kelly, McCord, & Oliveri, 1993;
Golston, 1993; Gonzalez, Waterman, Kelly, McCord, & Oliveri, 1993; Goodman, Quas, Bottoms, Qin, Shaver, Orcutt, & Shapiro, 1997; Goodwin, 1994; Gould, 1992, 1995; Gould & Cozolino, 1992; Gould & Graham-Costain, 1994; Gould & Neswald, 1992; Greaves, 1992; Hammond, 1992; Harvey, 1993; Hill & Goodwin, 1989; Hudson, 1990, 1991; Ireland & Ireland, 1994; Jones, 1991; Jonker & Jonker-Bakker, 1991; Jonker & Jonker-Bakker, I., 1997; Kelley, 1989; King & Yorker, 1996; Kinscherff & Barnum, 1992; Lawrence, Cozolino, & Foy, 1995; Leavitt, 1994; Leavitt & Labott, 1998; Lockwood, 1993; Lloyd, 1992; Mandell & Schiff, 1993; Mangen, 1992; Mayer, 1991; McCulley, 1994; McFarland & Lockerbie, 1994; Moriarty, 1991, 1992; Neswald & Gould, 1993; Neswald, Gould, & Graham-Costain, 1991; Noblitt, 1995; Noblitt, & Perskin, 2000; Nurcombe & Unutzer, 1991; Oksana, 1994, 2001; Rockwell, 1994, 1995; Rose, 1996; Ross, 1995; Ryder, 1992; Sachs, 1990; Sakheim & Devine, 1992b; Sakheim, 1996; Scott, 2001; Sinason, 1994; Smith, C. 1998; Smith, M. 1993; Smith & Pazder, 1981; Snow & Sorenson, 1990; Stafford, 1993; Stratford, 1993; Summit, 1994; Tamarkin, 1994a, 1994b; Tate, 1991; Uherek, 1991; Valente, 1992; Waterman, Kelly, Olivieri, McCord, 1993; Weir & Wheatcroft, 1995; Wong & McKeen, 1990; Woodsum, 1998; Young, 1992; Young, 1993; Young, Sachs, Braun, & Watkins, 1991; Young & Young, 1997. 

A recent review of the empirical evidence of ritual abuse is included in a book by Noblitt and Perskin (Cult and Ritual Abuse, 2000, Chapter 6). One national survey of 2709 clinical psychologists showed that 30% claimed to have seen at least one case of "ritualistic or religion-based abuse" and 93% of these psychologists believed the harm actually occurred (Goodman, Qin, Bottoms, & Shaver, 1994).
Noblitt reports that, "In a survey of the membership of the International Society for the Study of Multiple Personality and Dissociation, [Nancy] Perry concluded that 88% of 1185 respondents reported belief in ritual abuse, involving mind control and programming". (Paper presented at the 40th Annual Meeting of the American Society of Clinical Hypnosis, Fort Worth, Texas, March 18, 1998, adapted from Noblitt, 1998; Accessing Dissociated Mental States, referring to Perrys findings published in the International Society for the Study of Multiple Personality and Dissociation Newsletter, 1992, p. 4).
The American Psychiatric Press published a text in 1997 explaining the importance of correct assessment and treatment of ritualistic abuse survivors (The Dilemma of Ritual Abuse: Cautions and Guides for Therapists, edited by Fraser). 
A ritual abuse search on Amazon.com of books on August 8, 2003 found 36 books on treating survivors, self-help for survivors, and supporting the existence of ritual abuse.
This list is posted on this web-site on the page, "Books and videotapes on ritual abuse (including Brice Taylor Trust Materials)". 
September 4, 2002, United States Marshals in Oregon arrested Russell Smith, accused child rapist and self-proclaimed Satanist. He was wanted by the Prince William County Police Department in Virginia for rape and sodomy of a child. According to authorities, Smith convinced a young girl to become involved in satanic rituals, and part of those rituals involved having sex with her (http://www2.amw.com/amw.html). Police found in his basement a goats skull with a pentagram drawn on it, black robes, girls' underwear, and ceremonial candles. His license plate read 100P666". Smith was profiled on "America's Most Wanted on 8-31-02. The broadcast led to his arrest. Due to these allegations, the Satanic group he founded as Rev. Sorath, Order of Perdition, has excommunicated him (Washington Post, 8-27-02, p. B03, 8-30-02, p. B01). 
Numerous court decisions (criminal, family, juvenile, and civil) have been based on findings of ritual abuse. One list is archived, periodically updated, and published on the world-wide web by "Karen Curio Jones" (Problems for Victims of Ritual Abuse in San Diego, California). In August, 2002, 65 cases were presented in this archive. For example, on February 27, 1999, the Honorable Warren K. Urbom, Senior United States District Judge, Omaha, Nebraska, awarded a million dollar civil judgement to Paul Bonacci based on sexual abuse (including pornography and orgies) and false imprisonment of Bonacci as a child, in the infamous Franklin ritual cult/sex/drug ring case. This case is discussed in depth in John De Camps 1994 book, "The Franklin Cover-Up", and on the internet at: http://www.iahf.com/other/20001202a.html
The post-trial geological survey under the McMartin preschool's foundation yielded convincing corroboration of the children's reports of being taken through underground tunnels ("The Dark Tunnels of McMartin", Summit, R.C., The Dark Tunnels)
A good deal more information on ritual abuse would be available if it were not for the secrecy preserved by the underground groups that commit such abuse, the profound dissociative responses and fear of disclosure among its victims (Fraser; 1997b; Young & Young, 1997), and the sophisticated use of mind control by some abuser groups. Proponents of the position that memories of ritual abuse are false or grossly exaggerated, e.g., the False Memory Syndrome Foundation, claim therapists lead clients to believe they were ritually abused and have had considerable influence on the media and a considerable presence in the courts. Thus, psychotherapists treating victims of these abuses are often guarded about divulging this clinical data, sharing their findings with their colleagues, or worse, they discount the reports of their clients, resulting in further suppression of this information (Brown, Scheflin, & Hammond, 1998; Coons, 1997; Whitfield, Silberg, & Fink, 2002; Young & Young
1997
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Ritual Abuse: International Clinical Perspectives

The Los Angeles campus of the California School of Professional Psychology of Alliant International University is sponsoring a one-day workshop entitled  
Ritual Abuse: International Clinical Perspectives
Friday, October 19, 2012, 9am to 4pm, Los Angeles California
Attendance will be $30 per person, payable at the door or on the website for Alliant International University (this option will be available in the near future). CEU accreditation is pending. You are welcome to cross-post to other interested individuals and lists. The date of the workshop is Friday, October 19, 2012, from 9 am until 4 pm at the Los Angeles campus located at 1000 N Fremont, Alhambra, CA. Lunch and parking fees are not included.

Ritual Abuse: International Clinical Perspectives
Introduction: This day-long workshop provides training for mental health practitioners on the topic of ritual abuse. The presenters are all clinicians with clinical and forensic experience as well as previous and ongoing scholarly work in this area.

Valerie Sinason, PhD, Clinic for Dissociative Studies, London, United Kingdom:
When Confidential Work is in the Public Eye: The Socio-Political Problems of Psychoanalytically Oriented Work with Ritual Abuse Survivors.�
Abstract: Whilst a Consultant Psychotherapist at the Tavistock Clinic, the largest National Health Service psychoanalytic psychotherapy training and treatment centre in the UK, Sinason was asked to supervise the therapy of a traumatised woman with intellectual disability in Sweden. It emerged she had been tortured by a group of staff who involved her in abusive activities in cemeteries, churches and other places. In discussing this work in the UK Sinason received referrals at the Tavistock Clinic of white middle class professional women who stated they were victims of ritual abuse. At this point in 1990 in the UK, ritual abuse was seen as something that had happened in the USA alone. Together with a Consultant psychiatrist and psychoanalyst Dr Robert Hale, who was Chairman of the Portman Clinic, the Forensic part of the Tavistock trust, Department of Health funding was sought to look into the lack of adequate police and health service responses. A four year research project was undertaken which was significant, not just in itself, but in the social and media responses to such extreme trauma. A significant minority of the research group turned out to have dissociative identity disorder (DID), something there had been no training in at that point. This presentation looks at the secondary traumatisation to clinicians and the wider population and the impact on clinicians of working in an area impacted on by media fears.
About the Speaker: She is currently Director of the Clinic for Dissociative Studies, London. Dr. Sinason is an Honorary Consultant Psychotherapist to the Cape Town Child Guidance Clinic, University of Cape Town Psychology Department and President of the Institute for Psychotherapy and Disability. She is a widely published and anthologized Poet, with two full-length collections, the last being Night-Shift (1996), Karnac Books. She has written extensively on psychotherapy, disability and abuse with over 70 published peer-reviewed papers, chapters and books. She was a Consultant Child Psychotherapist at the Tavistock Clinic where she worked from 1987 until July 1999 and was a Consultant Psychotherapist at both the Anna Freud and Portman Clinics from 1994-7. She was Consultant Research Psychotherapist/Psychoanalyst at St Georges' Hospital Medical School, University of London, Psychiatry of Disability Dept. from 1995-2007.
She specializes in disability, trauma and abuse and is regularly used as an expert in court cases. Among her recent books are: Attachment Trauma and Multiplicity (Sinason, 2011) and Treating Survivors of Satanist Abuse (Sinason, 1994).

Adah Sachs, MA, London, United Kingdom:
Infanticidal Attachment: the Pathway from RA into DID
Abstract: The damage of ritual abuse (RA) goes far beyond the agony and terror that it produces in any individual. Most notably, it appears to affect further generations; and, counterintuitively, the involvement of each individual with the abusive group can be very hard to stop. The 'hold' that such groups have on individuals have been a source of confusion and frustration to survivors and therapists alike. This talk will propose that attachment, our most basic safety and survival instinct, can also become a Trojan Horse through which the worst damage may invade mind and body. This newly suggested type of attachment can fracture the Self, produce dissociative disorders and leave a person unable to maintain any safety. As this is precisely the opposite of what attachment is meant to do, such presentation should be seen as a corruption of the attachment instinct, or an attachment disorder. The talk will describe in detail how this process occurs, show the cyclical relationship between RA and dissociative disorders and point to the places where the vicious cycle may be interrupted.
About the Speaker: Adah Sachs is a UKCP Registered Psychoanalytic Psychotherapist, a member of the Bowlby Centre and Consultant Psychotherapist at the Clinic for Dissociative Studies, London. She is also a Visiting Lecturer on trauma and dissociation and a Training Supervisor on the MA Psychotherapy Programmes at the Centre for Child Mental Health and at the Bowlby Centre. She has authored numerous international presentations and publications on the topics of attachment, dissociation, and abuse. Among her scholarly contributions is her book, Forensic Aspects of Dissociative Identity Disorder (Sachs and Galton, 2008).

Alison Miller, PhD, Victoria, BC, Canada:
Dialogue with the Higher-Ups�
Abstract: Organized mind-controlling abuser groups deliberately create dissociative disorders in the children they abuse, and structure their victims' personality systems in a hierarchical manner. Each deliberately created alter personality has a job, and a boss, and is trained for unthinking obedience and loyalty to the perpetrator group or "family." High-up alters enforce the rules by ordering and administering punishments to those who disobey, for example by disclosing secrets. Successful therapy involves reaching out to these higher-ups and engaging them in dialogue which leads them to question what they have been taught. An actual dialogue (by e-mail) with the higher-up alters of a survivor of ritual abuse and mind control will be used to illustrate how to engage in such dialogue, important topics to address, and the therapeutic changes effected by such dialogue.
About the Speaker: Dr. Miller is presently in private practice in clinical psychology, specializing in abuse survivors, persons with dissociative disorders, and in particular survivors of organized abuse including ritual abuse and mind control. She also addresses child and family problems, and parenting issues.
Dr. Miller coordinated the Child and Youth Program at the Victoria Mental Health Centre for many years, and is the originator and Director of Living in Families Effectively (LIFE) Seminars, educational family living seminars presented as courses, videotapes, printed materials, and part of the Good Medicine program for aboriginal nations. She has made many presentations about dissociative disorders and organized child abuse, and has published
articles on these topics. Her most recent publication is Healing the Unimaginable: Treating Ritual Abuse and Mind Control published in London by Karnac Books (Miller, 2012).

Randy Noblitt, PhD, Alliant International University, Los Angeles, USA:
Accessing Dissociated Mental States
Abstract: Ritual abuse can be conceptualized as extremely painful or humiliating procedures that are inflicted to train victims to respond with trance, amnesia, and dissociation of identity. Why do perpetrators engage in these abuses? This kind of perpetration creates a sense of immense power and allows predators to engage in bizarre sexual abuses that the victims are unable to resist or report because of their incapacitating experience of dissociation of consciousness, memory and identity caused by the trauma. In the case of Satanic ritual abuse the ceremonial trauma results in what some call multiple personalities, something that many authors have noted to be similar or identical in appearance to spirit or demon possession. The survivors of ritual abuse are trained to react with dissociative responses to specific triggering stimuli. This workshop teaches psychotherapists how to identify clients who are trigger responsive and how to work in a productive manner to identify the component parts and mechanisms of their dissociative systems in support of recovery. Specific techniques for clinical use will be demonstrated.
About the Speaker: Randy Noblitt is Professor of Clinical Psychology at the Los Angeles campus of the California School of Professional Psychology at Alliant International University. Dr. Noblitt developed a year-long elective Trauma & Dissociation for the Clinical PsyD Program. He is the author with Pamela Perskin of Cult and Ritual Abuse: Its History, Anthropology, and Recent Discovery in Contemporary America (Noblitt & Perskin, 2000) and together they edited Ritual Abuse in the Twenty-First Century.(Noblitt & Noblitt, 2008).

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Summer 2008 has been a very exciting time for publications on ritual abuse and mind control.
(Last but not least: Hot off the presses is
Jeanne Sarson and Linda MacDonald’s article in Journal of Aggression, Maltreatment & Trauma) Satanic Ritual Abuse - SMART NEWS - evidence with information on McMartin Preschool case http://eassurvey.wordpress.com/2008/08/25/satanic-ritual-abuse-evidence/
or http://members.aol.com/smartnews/SRA_references_list.htm
mk-ultra links - Torture-based, Government-sponsored Mind Control Experimentation on Children
or http://members.aol.com/smartnews/mk-ultra.htm
Basic Information on Dissociative Identity Disorder with sections on Basic Information on DID from the DSM-IV-TR, The History of DID/MPD, Diagnosing DID, Responses to those that state that DID is iatrogenic or a social construct, MPD/DID connection to severe abuse, Recent information and DID resources
May 2014
  http://eassurvey.wordpress.com/basic-information-on-dissociative-identity-disorder/
or http://members.aol.com/smartnews/Dissociative-Identity-Disorder.htm
Recovered Memory Data with information on recovered memory corroboration, theories on recovered memory, legal information, physiological evidence for memory suppression, replies to skeptics and books and articles on memory. http://eassurvey.wordpress.com/2008/08/22/recovered-memory-data/

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