Survivorship is happy to announce a series of Webinars on various aspects of ritual abuse

SURVIVORSHIP WEBINARS
Survivorship is happy to announce a series of Webinars on various aspects of ritual abuse and healing. Webinars are seminars on the Web – basically, conference calls plus slides. There is time for discussion and question and answer periods. Webinars are like presentations at a conference, except there is no travel involved!

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 of your own 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!

Registration for the next Webinar is now open!
September 12
12 noon to 2 pm Pacific Daylight Time
“The Intersection between Ritual Abuse and Physical Disability.”
Lara BSW
“I am a survivor of witchcraft abuse, satanic ritual abuse and what I suspect was Neo-Nazi abuse as well. I am a published writer, a feminist, an animal lover, a Quaker, and many other things. I have a physical disability, and this means I need physical assistance daily, but there is nothing wrong with my capacity to ponder, to value, to give, to enhance discussion, to be a support, resource, and other things, like a disability and survivor activist. I have spoken at hospitals, disability organizations and conferences. I mainly focus on stereotypes against those with disabilities, abuse, bioethics, PTSD, and body esteem in my speeches and writing.”

Material covered will include: the abuse of disabled children in rituals; extreme abuse as a cause of disabilities; and the role of shame, guilt, and confronting discrimination in society as a whole and within the survivor community The time will be split between lecture and participant interaction.

FUTURE WEBNARS

October 3
12 noon Pacific Daylight Time
“How Survivors Can Help Their Own Cases for Disability Application and Appeal.”
Pam Perskin Noblitt
Pamela Perskin Noblitt works as a non-attorney representative for a national Social Security Disability Advocacy firm. She has co-authored three articles with Randy Noblitt on Social Security Disability programs including; “Social Security Disability, Supplemental Security Income: What You Need to Know” (Survivorship, 15, 1, pp. 12-17); “Disability, Ethics, and Advocacy: The Duty of Clinicians to their Disabled Patients” (Forensic Examiner, 18, 2, pp. 26-30); and “Getting from Here to There: Dissociation, Disability, and Survival” (accepted for publication in Voices (official journal for the American Academy of Psychotherapists.)

October 10
12 noon Pacific Daylight Time
“Forgiving the Unforgivable: One Survivor’s Journey to Peace.”
Bonnie Bazill-Davis
Bonnie Bazill-Davis, of “Speak Out Services,” teaches child care providers and youth counselors how to recognize and prevent child abuse. She is a certified trainer for the Ohio Child Welfare Training Program and an award-winning public speaker. Her trainings are personalized by including material from her own experience of healing from incest and ritual abuse.

November 7
12 noon Pacific Daylight Time
“Empowerment and Managing the Effects of Programming.”
Randy Noblitt, Ph.D.
Randy Noblitt is currently Professor and Core Faculty Member in the Clinical Psy.D. Program at the California School of Professional Psychology at Alliant International University in Los Angeles. He co-authored with Pamela Perskin Noblitt “Cult and Ritual Abuse: Its History, Anthropology, and Recent Discovery in Contemporary America” and “Ritual Abuse in the Twenty-first Century: Psychological, Forensic, Social, and Political Considerations.” Over his career as a clinical psychologist, he has evaluated and/or treated over 300 individuals with dissociation of identity.

December 5
12 noon Pacific Daylight Time
“The Benefits of Developing Co-Consciousness Early in the Healing Process.”
Julaine
“Born into a multi-generational cult family (Thule), with multiple personalities being the prevailing family presentation, I was then raised in a military intelligence environment, used as a government lab rat, and heavily involved in cult rituals. My system now sings in harmony, the one = many, and the many = one harmony.”

COST
Each Webinar is $20.00, plus the cost of your telephone call. (Figure on an hour and a half to two hours.) There are a limited number of full and partial scholarships available. Please register early. Several people were unable to attend the first Webinar because their registration information arrived after the Webinar had started.

Registration information is at: http://www.survivorship.org/events.html

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