Dr. Alison Miller has a Ph.D. from the University of British Columbia and is a semi-retired psychologist in private practice in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada. She has worked with survivors of ritual abuse and mind control since 1991. She has been a fellow of the ISST-D (International Society for the Study of Trauma & Dissociation) since 2013. She is a member of the Board of Directors of Survivorship, a member of the advisory board of the Eleos Support Network (for ritual abuse), and the 2017 Chair of the Ritual Abuse and Mind Control Special Interest Group of the International Society for the Study of Trauma and Dissociation. Her books include: Becoming Yourself: Overcoming Mind Control and Ritual Abuse (for survivors), and Healing the Unimaginable: Treating Ritual Abuse and Mind Control (for therapists). She has contributed chapters on ritual abuse and mind control to Noblitt & Noblitt’s Ritual Abuse in the 21st Century (2008), Breitenbach’s Inside Views from the Dissociated Worlds of Extreme Violence: Human Beings as Merchandise (2015), Sinason & van der Merwe’s Shattered: Multiple Selves, Multiple Voices – speaking on behalf of silenced survivors (2016), and (with Heather Gingrich) Gingrich & Gingrich’s Treating Trauma in Christian Counselling (to be published in 2017)
Learn more about her research:
Proof That Ritual Abuse Exists
Large List of Ritual Abuse and Child Abuse References
Research and Information on Dissociative Identity Disorder (formerly called Multiple Personality Disorder)
A Dutch website about ptsd (post traumatic stress disorder) and about dissociation, articles, congresses and books.
“Ritual Abuse and Torture-based Mind Control: Reducing and Preventing Re-contact with Abusers”
A website from Ellen P. Lacter PsPh.D. Psychologist, San Diego Californië. with information and more literature.
Empowering recovery from childhood trauma
Blue Knot Foundation, formerly Adults Surviving Child Abuse (ASCA), is the leading national organisation working to improve the lives of 1 in 4 adult Australians (5 million) who have experienced childhood trauma. This includes people who have experienced child abuse in all its forms, neglect, domestic violence in childhood and other adverse childhood events. This is known as complex trauma.
<a href=”http://www.blueknot.org.au/” target=”_blank” rel=”noopener”>http://www.blueknot.org.au/</a>