Satanic Ritual Abuse

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An alleged unconscious mental trauma which may be ‘uncovered’ by Recovered Memory Therapy, a pseudotherapy
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Smith's belief in the reality of Satanic Ritual Abuse is matched by a belief in the commonality of demonic influence.
Catherine Gould, "Symptoms Characterizing Satanic Ritual Abuse and Sexual Abuse" (two-page list, privately printed, n.
Carol Hopkins, deputy forewoman of that grand jury, now chairs the Justice Committee, which works to overturn false convictions of satanic ritual abuse and child abuse.
His newspaper had published some of the only skeptical coverage of the 1980s McMartin Preschool satanic ritual abuse trials.
Rumors and direct allegations of Satanic ritual abuse have surfaced in many of the cases of sexual molestation at day care centers.
Satanic ritual abuse testimonials first were attributed credibility by prominent psychiatric authorities at meetings of the International Society for the Study of Multiple Personality and Dissociation during the mid 1980s.
Both are symptoms of the repressed memory syndrome, which you get from being the victim of evil practices like childhood Satanic ritual abuse or alien abduction.
Both The Memory Wars and Satan's Silence, from different perspectives and political commitments, work to undo the claims of the so-called recovered memory movement: Frederick Crews, with a thoroughgoing dismissal of Freudian psychoanalysis in general and the theory of repression in particular; Debbie Nathan and Michael Snedeker, in their assiduous disclosure of the scandalous destruction of human rights and the abrogation of even the most basic requirements of proof in several celebrated satanic ritual abuse cases--cases often built with evidence obtained from therapists using recovered memory techniques.
Moral panics of recent memory include the Joseph McCarthy anti-communist witchhunts of the 1950s and the satanic ritual abuse allegations of the 1980s.
Colin Ross of Dallas, author of Satanic Ritual Abuse as ell as Adenocarcinoma and Other Poems and the forthcoming CIA Mind Control.
In the March/April 1990 issue of The Humanist, he summarized Cornerstone's examination of the claims of satanic ritual abuse made by Lauren Stratford, the author of Satan's Underground.
Surviving the Unbelievable" is the first-person account of one Elizabeth Rose, who describes herself as the survivor of satanic ritual abuse.