90 Minute Workshop

Working Through the Traumatic Memories of Mind-controlled Clients

Saturday, April 1
3:30 PM - 5:00 PM

In the second stage of therapy, survivors of organized abuse involving mind control have to confront the traumatic memories which caused their dissociation. Because such survivors usually have a structured personality system, work with the traumatic memories can be pursued in a systematic way. This workshop will cover such issues as: deciding whether and when to pursue memories, dealing with flashbacks, choosing memories to work with, planning memory work, finding alters who hide parts of memories, involving all alters who have parts of a memory, dealing with emotions and bodily sensations during memory work, getting the story clear, and cognitive processing of what has been discovered when a memory has been reconstituted.

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Alison Miller

Psychologist
private practice
Victoria, British Columbia

Alison Miller, Ph.D. is a Psychologist in private practice in Victoria, B.C., Canada. She is a long-time member and a fellow of the ISST-D. She has authored two books on ritual abuse and mind control as well as chapters in other books, and is the chair-elect of the special interest group on ritual abuse and mind control.

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