A wealth of knowledge on Ritual Abuse by survivors and support workers.
This unique publication brings together the experiences of 27 survivors of ritual abuse in an innovative and sensitive way. It provides a rare vehicle wherein survivors (the experts) can talk about their lives. This book reveals the reality of survivors of ritual abuse and shines the light of truth into the darkest corners of secrets, denial. deceit and conspiracy
A collection of stories about the issues faced by survivors of ritual abuse and those who work with them. Told in fairytale fashion, the stories are easy to read and avoid going into detail while still addressing the issues
A sequel to Who Dares Wins. This book is written with sensitivity and knowledge and is successful at explaining difficult issues. It is written in plain English and does not sensationalise ritual abuse. This book is a practical and informative guide
The poetry in this book was written by a group of survivors of ritual and organised abuse during a series of workshops designed to allow them to express their feelings via the writing, raising their self-esteem and lessening feelings of isolation
This book is aimed at workers who may come into contact with survivors of ritual abuse. It is intended as a basic information resource. Covers issues such as: feminism and ritual abuse, supporting survivors of ritual abuse, children and ritual abuse and a survivor’s perspective.