Healing the Unimaginable: Treating Ritual Abuse and Mind by Alison Miller

By Alison Miller

Healing the incredible: Treating Ritual Abuse and brain Control is a pragmatic, task-oriented, tutorial handbook designed to aid therapists supply potent remedy for survivors of those such a lot severe sorts of baby abuse and psychological manipulation.

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The tactics of these groups, however, are quite different from, and more extreme than, those found in visible cults. They are much more RITUAL ABUSE AND MIND CONTROL: THE DEFINITION EVOLVES 13 violent, for one thing. Their methods are more sophisticated and the consequences of those tactics more complex. Their invisibility makes them particularly dangerous, and makes treating their victims/survivors more complicated. In order to keep their existence secret, members have to maintain “normal” lives while continuing to be involved with these groups.

ANPs and EPs alike may struggle with the serious consequences of this complication. Your client will probably not know what is responsible for these experiences, and might well have sought help from many therapists who did not know, either. The following is a categorization of what an ANP might experience. Amnesia Amnesia is a major distinguishing characteristic of multiples who are DID, but not of those who are DDNOS. Most people with DID experience periods of amnesia, although they may not know it.

It did not occur to me initially that these abusers were all connected to the cult or to her parents. I could not conceive the true nature of the abuse that would unfold. I was also very confused about Teresa’s multiplicity, and discounted her “inner child” as part of the latest self-help fad. I did not really realize that it was possible for a person to have different self-states separated by walls of amnesia, so total that one state would not remember what another state had done. ” In actual fact, she just did not remember, so she made something up.

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