Survivorship is happy to announce a series of Webinars and Teleconferences on various aspects of ritual abuse and healing. Webinars are seminars on the Web — basically, conference calls plus slides. Teleconferences are conference calls; sometimes they are accompanied by slides on the Survivorship website. Both can have question and answer periods. They are like presentations at a conference, except there is no travel involved!

This is how it works. You call a certain number, you are connected to the conference call, and you listen to the presenter over your phone. If it’s a Webinar, you see slides or other documents on your computer. There is also a chat feature.

As always, the information you send Survivorship in order to register is kept strictly confidential. No record is kept of your phone number. You choose what name to go by for the Webinar or Teleconference: it does not have to be your real name or message board screen name.

The presentation will be recorded and posted on our website so that you can hear it again. You are asked to agree to being recorded, but of course you will not be recorded unless you speak during a question and answer period.

People who have helped test the software found that hearing other survivors’ voices was a very emotional experience. Think about ways to take care of yourself afterwards in case you have this reaction or the material presented stirs up issues.

Updated information about the schedule will be periodically posted on .

August 15
12 noon Pacific Daylight Time
“Sensory and Emotional Flashbacks.”
Jeannie Riseman
Jeannie, a retired clinical social worker, is a ritual abuse survivor who was used in early government/academic mind control experimentation. She is the former editor of Survivorship’s Journal and Notes and is currently their website maintenance person and message board moderator. Her website is .

Upcoming Webinars and Teleconferences

“How Survivors Can Help Their Own Cases for Disability Application and Appeal.”
Pam Perskin

“Empowerment and Managing the Effects of Programming.”
Randy Noblitt, Ph.D.

“The Intersection between Ritual Abuse and Physical Disability.”.

“The Benefits of Developing Co-Consciousness Early in the Healing Process.”

If you have DSL:
Windows XP SP2, 2003, Vista, LINUX, or Mac OSX or higher
Firefox 2 or 3, Internet Exploror 6 or 7, or Safari
Flash Player 9 (available for free download at
A cell or conventional phone to hear the audio portion.
If you have dial up, you may use your phone for the audio portion and view the slides on Survivorship’s website.

Each Webinar is $20.00, plus the cost of your telephone call.(Figure on an hour to an hour and a half.) There are a limited number of full and partial scholarships available.

After we have received your registration and payment, you will receive a confirming e-mail, detailed instructions, and an invitation with the phone number to call and the password to enter the Webinar. (Each Webinar will have its own password.)

To reserve a space in the Webinar, e-mail Jeannie at and give her this information:

1.Your name
2. The Webinar you wish to attend
3. Method of payment
4. Whether you need a full or partial scholarship)
5. Your preferred e-mail address (so we can send you instructions and an invitation containing the password)
6. Your time zone (The conference software automatically adjusts the time for us)
7. The name you will be using for the Webinar

Hopefully, this new technology will be an effective way of imparting information and building bridges between people who cannot meet in person. We hope that many of you will participate and some will be inspired to give Webinars or Teleconferences on aspects of ritual abuse, mind control, and healing that are of particular interest to you. Remember, we are all experts, we all have something to contribute, and together we are writing the “instruction manual” for healing!


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