Healing the Unimaginable
Treating Ritual Abuse and Mind Control

Paper: 978 1 85575 882 7 / $51.95
 
Published: October 2011  

Publisher: Karnac Books
330 pp., 7 1/2" x 9 1/2"
Healing the Unimaginable: Treating Ritual Abuse and Mind Control is a practical, task-oriented, instructional manual designed to help therapists provide effective treatment for survivors of these most extreme forms of child abuse and mental manipulation.

Table of Contents:
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
PREFACE by E. Sue Blume
FOREWORD by Valerie Sinason

INTRODUCTION
CHAPTER ONE: A therapist’s first experience with ritual abuse and mind control
(with thanks to “Lorraine”, “Teresa”, “Tony”, and “Jennifer”)
CHAPTER TWO: Ritual abuse and mind control: the definition evolves
CHAPTER THREE: The basics of therapy
CHAPTER FOUR: Markers of mind control and ritual abuse
CHAPTER FIVE: “Ritual” abuse: religious and creed-based abuses with contributions by:
Old Lady: “The special child’s spiritual training”
Adriana Green: “The strangers’ house”

CHAPTER SIX: Military, political, and commercial uses of mind control
with contributions by:
Trish Fotheringham: “Mind control as I experienced it”
Jeannie Riseman: “A 1940s system of programming”

CHAPTER SEVEN: A reversed Kabbalah trainer speaks, contributed by Stella Katz
CHAPTER EIGHT: The programming: indoctrination, lies, and tricks
CHAPTER NINE: Understanding and working with alters’ jobs and hierarchies with a contribution by:
LisaBri: “When therapists make mistakes”

CHAPTER TEN: Dealing with programming: alternative strategies with contributions by:
Jeannie Riseman: “Programming: taking the wind out of its sails”
Robin Morgan: “Dismantling my inner structures”

CHAPTER ELEVEN: “Stabilization” takes on a new meaning
CHAPTER TWELVE: “Maybe I made it up” with contributions by:
LisaBri: “Honesty and denial”
Carol Rutz: “Validating my mind control memories”

CHAPTER THIRTEEN: Boundaries and bonds: the therapeutic relationship with contributions by:
Stella Katz: “For Miranda”
LisaBri: “A survivor in therapy”

CHAPTER FOURTEEN: Treating programmed pedophilia (with thanks to “Jennifer”)
CHAPTER FIFTEEN: The unimaginable
CHAPTER SIXTEEN: Working with the traumatic memories
CHAPTER SEVENTEEN: Successful resolution: co-consciousness or integration with contributions by:
Jen Callow: Part 1: “To integrate or not to integrate”
Jen Callow: Part 2: “Building inner community”
Stella Katz: “Reclaiming me”

CHAPTER EIGHTEEN: Ritual abuse and mind control treatment: greater than the sum of its parts

APPENDIX 1: Resources (books and websites)
APPENDIX 2: Satanic calendar
REFERENCES
INDEX



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Reviews & Endorsements:
"A perfect balance between depth, readability, and extensive hands-on experience, Healing the Unimaginable gently leads the reader through the darkest and largely unexplored areas of man-made trauma: Ritual Abuse and Mind Control. While many therapists think it unlikely that they will ever come across a survivor of such trauma, these cases are, in fact, less rare than one would like to believe; and recognizing the language of such survivors is thus our duty of care. This is an excellent handbook, to be read, re-read, and consulted many times over."
- Adah Sachs, co-author of Forensic Aspects of Dissociative Identity Disorder and Consultant Psychotherapist , Clinic for Dissociative Studies
"At last, a much needed contemporary exposition of the treatment of the sequelae of ritual abuse and mind control. Dr Miller has provided a systematic and demystifying guide for therapists who work with this challenging population."
- Sandra Paulsen, author of Looking Through the Eyes: An Illustrated Guide for EMDR Therapists and Their Clients