This issue has articles by Dr. Randy Noblitt, Neil Brick http://neilbrick.com , poetry and information on the speakers at the May 2020 conference.
Please note: Reduced prices for the conference until March 1, 2020. Please register now to take advantage of these excellent prices.
Survivorship announces the speakers at their Survivorship Ritual Abuse and Mind Control 2020 Conference:
This conference provides attendees the opportunities to learn about severe abuse research and resources.
Dr. Randy Noblitt and Pamela Perskin Noblitt will speak about Extreme Abuse Survivors, Social Security Benefits, and Ethical Practice. They will discuss how many trauma survivors have debilitating psychological and physical symptoms that prevent them from maintaining gainful employment. This workshop is intended to provide an introduction to SSA requirements for healthcare providers and survivors.
Dr. Karol Darsa will speak about 5 Common Mistakes in Trauma Treatment. She will discuss how trauma treatment is becoming one of the top areas to specialize in and how it is important to have proper training to work with unprocessed trauma to achieve good outcomes for clients.
Neil Brick will speak about Misinformation Campaigns Against Survivors. He will discuss how child and ritual abuse survivors and their advocates have been attacked by misinformation campaigns the last several years.
Cristina Mardirossian, LMFT will discuss Identifying the Personality Systems of Mind Control Survivors and Trauma Treatment. She will talk about how therapists are increasingly starting to see that many of their clients have histories of complex and chronic abuse.
The regular conference will be on Saturday and Sunday May 16 – 17, 2020 and the Clinician’s Conference is Friday May 15, 2020.
Please note: None of the material on these pages or at the conference is meant as therapy, or to take the place of therapy. These presentation may remind survivors of their programming, so please use caution while reading.
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