Multiple personality disorder in conjunction with satanic ritual abuse, an educational training film: A survey of need
AuthorBrockman, Pamela Faye, 1948-
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PublisherThe University of Arizona.
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AbstractThe issue of satanic ritual abuse has gained widespread public and professional attention in the past ten years. During therapy, many adult Multiple Personality Disorder (MPD) clients describe memories of Satanic Ritual Abuse (SRA) beginning in childhood. Basically, the only information circulating in the mental health professional community about MPD/SRA issues is derived from workshops and lectures at trainings and professional meetings. The intent of this project was to determine the need for an in-depth educational training film for mental health professionals to assess, diagnose and treat satanic ritual abuse survivors in conjunction with multiple personality disorder. A questionnaire was used to determine whether a video educational training film would be beneficial. The conclusion was reached that an educational training film would be useful in helping mental health professionals. It was also concluded that educational training films in the behavioral sciences is an effective training tool.