Tuesday, November 24, 2009

2009 Smart-Talks Online

This years SMART conference presentations are up online. All you have to do it go to the url below, and click "play" on the talk/talks you want to listen to:


Below is a list of the ones that are up:

Lowell Routley: Dissociation and Time Management

Lowell Routley is executive director of Heartland Trauma Initiative, created to serve survivors of extreme trauma. Over his 36 years of clinical experience in the Midwest, Lowell has listened to survivors to find what works, what doesn’t, and why. Out of those observations, he developed The Core Integrity Model. Through Heartland Trauma Initiative, Lowell provides training and consultation for therapists and survivors to explore, understand, and resolve impasses in healing. His topic is: Dissociation and Time Management.

Hal Pepinsky: Reflections of a Believer

Hal Pepinsky reflects on the experience of learning from and teaching with ra/mc survivors and advocates from 1993 until his retirement from criminal justice at Indiana University this past spring, including progress in and around SMART conferences since 1998 in building popular recognition of the reality of ra/mc, and progress in the healing of survivors he has known. His topic is: Reflections of a Believer

Shamai Currim: From Victim to Survivor to Advocate

Shamai Currim PhD is a healed survivor from a multi-generations SRA family and a therapist working in private practice in CT. She is a member of RA/MC advocate, study, and online groups, has worked with perpetrators in prisons, and has spoken up for injustice in third world countries. Her topic is: From Victim to Survivor to Advocate

Neil Brick: Ritual Abuse, the Trenches of the Stopping Child Abuse Movement

Neil Brick is a survivor of alleged Masonic Ritual Abuse and MK-ULTRA. He is the editor of S.M.A.R.T. – A Ritual Abuse Newsletter. His topic is : Ritual Abuse, the trenches of the stopping child abuse movement.

DeJoly LaBrier: Life as a Onesie- Making a Difference

deJoly LaBrier has been doing recovery work for 20 yrs. She has spoken publicly about her experiences in a military sex ring, Satanic cult and government experimentation; and is grateful for the serenity and sanity she now experiences. Her topic is: Life as a Onesie: Making a Difference


WannabeVirginia W. said...

Thanks for posting the names and advocates for stopping SRA. I will certainly check them out.

smartnews said...

Other pages with information on ritual abuse crimes:













WannabeVirginia W. said...

Thanks for posting the links and names of advocates against SRA. It is a topic I am interested in and working with survivors of SRA.