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Recognition of ritual abuse and mind control in survivors is complex, as they often present with clues that are not obvious to a clinician unfamiliar with this more complex and severe type of trauma. This presentation will provide an overview of the clinical features and clues that ritual abuse and mind control may be present in the background of a client, despite apparently unrelated presenting problems. Participants will be introduced to both government (Monarch/MkUltra) and cult mind control programming. A brief understanding of how it can be misdiagnosed as schizophrenia or bipolar disorder will also be included.
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Purchase the 2019 Full-Year Webinar Pass and gain access to all webinar recordings for webinars held in 2019! A listing of all webinars included in this pass is available below.
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ISSTD's 2017 webinar series featured presentations from a number of leaders in the field covering a variety of topics. 
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​​​​​​​An important goal in dissociative disorders treatment has always been the achievement of co-consciousness. An antidote to amnestic barriers that prevent information exchange and often contribute to high-risk behaviors “behind the back” of the client, co-consciousness has many clinical benefits. By facilitating the client’s ability to recognize the parts’ voices, points of view, and belief systems as differentiated from their own, it increases the degree to which clients can maintain continuity of self over time.
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ISSTD's 2016 webinar series featured presentations from leaders in the field covering a variety of topics. 
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This Webinar, based on the presenter’s 35 years experience with medication management of severely traumatized dissociative individuals, will address the role of psychopharmacology and somatic treatments such as electroconvulsive therapy (ECT) in the treatment of patients with complex trauma (CT) and dissociative disorders. (DD), in particular dissociative identity disorder (DID).
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This collection of webinars from 2018 and earlier are a benefit of membership with ISSTD. While these webinars are not available for continuing education credit, they are available for ISSTD Certificate Program credit and as a free resource for all ISSTD members in a variety of subject areas. 
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The 2020 Full-Year Webinar Pass includes access to all webinar recordings for webinars held in 2020! A listing of all webinars included in this pass is available below.
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This series of webinars explores the latest in research in the field of trauma and dissociation with six presentations from the leading researchers in the field. 
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​​​​​​​An important goal in dissociative disorders treatment has always been the achievement of co-consciousness. An antidote to amnestic barriers that prevent information exchange and often contribute to high-risk behaviors “behind the back” of the client, co-consciousness has many clinical benefits. By facilitating the client’s ability to recognize the parts’ voices, points of view, and belief systems as differentiated from their own, it increases the degree to which clients can maintain continuity of self over time.
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