Information Handouts

 

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Dissociation-related Definitions

 

Memory
Memory
Types of Memory
Memory Processes
Traumatic Memory
Triggers and Cues
Flashback
 
Trauma & Dissociation
Trauma
PTSD (Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder)
Dissociation
Programming
Deliberate Trauma-based Dissociation
 
Extreme Abuse
Extreme Abuse
Human Trafficking and Slavery
Torture
Ritual Abuse
Mind Control
 

 

Healthy Alternatives

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About NVC
Non-Violent Communication (NVC) (Also called Compassionate Communication)  For healthy needs-based communication, Marshall Rosenburg’s “Language of Peace” is a great tool that focuses on the needs driving us, providing a simple method to connect with and find new ways to meet the needs of all involved. Learn more about NVC and the Center for Nonviolent Communication: An International Organization at  CNVC.org 
 
About LIFE Seminars
Living in Families Effectively (LIFE) Seminars –  Helpful to anyone dealing with Dissociation-related issues, Dr. Alison Miller’s empowering LIFE parent education course combines specifics of child development and growth needs, boundaries, consequences, and more, with equally important components about parents’ experiences, feelings, beliefs, and needs shaping and coloring how they parent. Learn more about LIFE Seminars, workshops, books, and DVDs, at LifeSeminars.com

 

About Empathic Therapy
Empathic Therapy Dr.  Dr. Peter Breggin (“Toxic Psychiatry”; Talking Back to Prozac”; “Talking Back to Ritalin”) and his wife Ginger founded The Center for the Study of Empathic Therapy, Education and Living, then created the Empathic Therapy Network psychiatric reform organization to promote mental and emotional health and well-being through treatment without drugs. They offer many invaluable articles and resources: EmpathicTherapy.org ;  ToxicPsychiatry.com ; Breggin.com
 
About Restorative Justice  
Restorative Justice is an alternative to criminal justice sentencingand jail time that brings together victim and criminal in a reconciliation and resolution process, allowing each party to be heard and accommodated and facilitating a connection between them and the needs they are each trying to meet. Creating a plan of meaningful restitution together helps the criminal learn and make positive change to healthier and more legal ways of meeting their need, and gives the victim healing and closure. Learn more about Restorative Justice at  Ask.com/RestorativeJustice ; RestorativeJustice.org ; IIRP.edu/restorative-justice