After I received a link to the above account of a UK born Canadian psychotherapist, I was again the recipient of another load of libel from the mainstream media. Hence I HAD to publish what I had been sent earlier: 80 slides about
- The Politics and the Psychology of Abuse and Cover-up as evidence of a ‘Discourse of Disbelief‘, already published in 2001 by Sara Scott as
- The Politics and Experience of Ritual Abuse: Beyond Disbelief.
I had in fact met a lovely Irish friend who was not allowed to finish her training as a therapist because she started to get in touch with memories of her being abused by her family – already some 8 years ago.
Here I publish the email from Dr Rainer Kurz, an Occupational Psychologist who has helped an abuse survivor and thus has first hand knowledge of a case remarkably similar to the Hampstead Scandal – also in the hands of the Royal Courts of ‘Justice’.
“I am writing to you in my capacity as the ‘Science & Practice Convener’ of the BPS Division of Occupational Psychology. I put myself forward for this role as per attached Personal Statement in order to do my bit as a Practicing Psychologist to unveil the secrets behind (extreme) child abuse and improve standards in my profession.
Sir James Munby (President of the Family Division) remarked: ‘Only the death penalty is more drastic than removing a child from its parents forever’.
Prof Jane Ireland found that 2/3 of psychological assessment reports sampled in Family Court settings were ‘poor’ or ‘very poor’. It hence appears to be the case that death-sentence like consequences routinely result from poor professional performance of Practicing Psychologists.
I am delighted to inform you that the BPS Division of Clinical Psychology is currently preparing guidelines for Historical Child Abuse Disclosures the attached draft of which already looks promising.
Following clearance with Stephen Weatherhead I would like to extend to you a warm invitation to review the attached draft and contribute your views on what the +/- impact of Psychologists is at present, and how the best possible impact for abuse victims could be achieved.
Through my own volunteer advocate activities I have identified unveiling of the ‘Discourse of Disbelief’ that denies the existence of extreme abuse as a top priority. Read for yourself how for example
Wikipedia is proffering completely one-sided ‘misdirection’ on the topic of satanic abuse: http://valeriesinason.co.uk/wikipedia.html
I attach three 2015 presentations that cover such topics. The recent posters at the 3rd European Association for Psychosomatic Medicine (EAPM) Congress in Nuremberg illustrate some of the depravities and irregularities in the field of extreme abuse. The Prevention poster includes two clickable links to other documents – I would be interested in your commentary and suggestions of doing something about the issues raised.
I would like to supplement these by drawing your attention to sentencing (once more!) of Albert and Carole Hickman whose names were already familiar to me from Tim Tate’s chapter in the book ‘Treating survivors of satanist abuse ’ edited by Valerie Sinason (1994):
The vested interests slated Valerie’s book e.g. here is an extract from a scathing review on Amazon:
“This book has the distinction of being voted in a peer review in the year 2000 the second worst psychiatric publication of the last hundred years. One nominee for the review (led by Simon Wesley, Professor of Psychiatry at King’s College, and reported in The Independent newspaper on 19 March 2001) described it as “credulous, superstitious, iatrogenic (illness-inducing), self-righteous incendiary garbage”. Another reviewer described the book as: “useful for anyone who needs a startling, clear demonstration of the amazing ability of 20th century human beings to persuade themselves firmly to believe in utter claptrap and nonsense”.
- Extreme abuse exists, and the official position needs to acknowledge this.
I uploaded 10 presentations I did on the topic on this research site:
Unveiling the organisational structures and processes that shield abusers is critical in order to tackle the biggest challenge of all: the ‘thwarting’ by authority representatives of sexual assault crime report attempts, and – even darker – associated ‘gaming’ of Family Court processes.
Dr Rainer Kurz
DOP Science & Practice Convener
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