news items – Sybil, Valerie Sinason, Clergy Abuse

This week there have been many news articles.  These include a documentary of a woman and her children escaping violence, a Frontline special on clergy abuse in Alaska, more evidence proving Sybil’s story to be real and rebutting skeptics, studies showing the effectiveness of therapy, legal action about a Guantamo psychologist, a new website for a research of severe abuse in the UK, and a UK workshop about dissociation and attachment.

No Way Out But One documentary  tells the story of an American woman accused of kidnapping her own children

Frontline – Catholic Church sex abuse story of Native Americans in Alaska

ex-priest Paul Shanley legal case brief – Leadership Council

“SYBIL In Her Own Words: The Untold Story of Shirley Mason, Her Multiple Personalities and Paintings” by Patrick Suraci, Ph.D.

SYBIL is a new book about Shirley Mason who had 16 personalities (video of Dr. Suraci explaining the book.)

“SYBIL In Her Own Words….presents evidence refuting Dr. Spiegel’s claim to have hypnotized Shirley Mason.

SYBIL In Her Own Words: The Untold Story of Shirley Mason, Her Multiple Personalities and Paintings (2011), a book written by Patrick Suraci, Ph.D. ISBN: 978-0-615-44600-4

Sybil In Her Own Words on facebook

Overlooked Psychotherapy Effective in Depression                               

New study shows neurophysiological impacts of psychotherapy

Doctors Demand State Board Take Action Against Gitmo Psychologist

Valerie Sinason, Director CDS

The Clinic for Dissociative Studies

Working with Dissociation in Clinical Practice Using an Attachment Perspective – 18-19th June and 2-3rd July  2011

Introduction chapter from “Attachment Trauma and Multiplicity” by Valerie Sinason – DID and Ritual Abuse

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