Ritual Abuse

Ritual Abuse

On The Web

End Ritual
This site provides articles, resources, and links to information and support.

Extreme Abuse
Results, findings, questionnaires and presentations. More than 750 pages of documentation.

An extensive and well-organized site on with articles, source material, and position papers on mind control, torture, and non-lethal weapons

Ritual Abuse, Ritual Crime and
Information for Survivor’s, Therapists and Others.

Ritual Abuse Network
An informative and useful resource for anyone connected with ritual abuse anywhere in the world, be they survivors, counsellors, or just a concerned friend.

Ritual Abuse and Satanic Ritual Abuse Evidence and Journal Articles –

S.M.A.R.T. (Stop Mind Control and Ritual Abuse Today):
Many articles, transcripts of speeches, information on up-coming conferences, plus all back issues of the newsletter.
For survivors of ritual abuse, mind control and torture and their allies.

In Print

Morris, M. (1982). If I Should Die Before I Wake. Black Swan Books.

Noblitt, R. and Perskin Noblitt, P. (2008). Ritual Abuse in the Twenty First Century: Psychological, Forensic, Social and Political Considerations. Robert. D. Reed Publishers.

Ross, C. (1995). Satanic Ritual Abuse: Principals of Treatment. University of Toronto Press.

Ryder, D. (1992). Breaking the Circle of Satanic Ritual Abuse: Recognizing and Recovering from the Hidden Trauma. Compcare Publishers.

Scott, S. (2001). The Politics and Experience of Ritual Abuse: Beyond Belief. Open University Press.

Sinason, V. (1994). Treating Survivors of Satanist Abuse. Routledge.

Smith, M. (1993). Ritual Abuse. What It Is, Why It Happens, How to Help. Harper: San Francisco.

Race & Mental Health

Race & Mental Health

On The Web

The Afiya
The Afiya Trust is a national charity that works to reduce inequalities in health and social care provision for people from racialised communities.

Black Mental Health
Black Mental Health UK’s focus is on empowering African Caribbean communities to improve the Black service user experience and reduce the over representation of Black people at the coercive end of psychiatric care.

Suman Fernando, Psychiatrist, Academic and
This site provides information on issues around ‘race’ and ‘culture’ in relation to mental health in western multi-ethnic societies, social and mental health care in low and middle income (‘third world’) countries, racism in psychiatry, and the ethics of mental health practice in a multi-ethnic society.

In Print

Bhui, K. (2002). Racism and Mental Health: Prejudice and Suffering. Jessica Kingsley; New edition.

Blofeld, J., Sallah, D., Sashidaran, S., Stone, R. & Struthers, J. (2003) Independent Enquiry into the Death of David Bennett: An independent enquiry set up under HSG(94)27. Norfolk, Suffolk & Cambridgeshire Strategic Health Authority

Fanon, F. (2001). The Wretched of the Earth. Penguin Modern Classics. New Edition.

Fanon, F. (2008). Black Skin, White Masks. Pluto Press; New edition.

Fernando, S. (2010) Mental Health, Race and Culture. (third edition) Palgrave Macmillan.

Fernando, S. (1995) Mental Health in a Multi Ethnic Society: A Mutli Disciplinary Handbook. Routledge.

Lipsedge, L. and Littlewood, R. (1997). Aliens and Alienists: Ethnic Minorities and Psychiatry. Routledge; third edition.

Said, E. (2003). Orientalism. Penguin Books; 25th Anniversary Ed with 1995 Afterword.

Mental Health

Mental Health

On The Web

Centre for Mental
Working to improve the quality of life of those affected by mental ill health, focussing primarily on research and influencing policy. They place particular emphasis on employment and the criminal justice system

Maytree: A Sanctuary For The
A short stay in a safe residential setting where you can talk, reflect and rest – and restore hope. Maytree is a place where you will be heard, respected and accepted, without judgement and in confidence

Mental Health
Discussion forum about all aspects of mental health.
Provides advice and information on mental health.

A voluntary UK organisation committed to the prevention of young suicide and the promotion of mental health and emotional wellbeing. Includes Hopeline UK (a helpline providing support, information and advice)
For all who work in psychiatry, psychology and mental health.

In Print

Baker, B. (2010). Diary Drawings: Mental Illness and Me. Profile Books.

Bentall, R. (2011). A Straight-Talking Introduction to Psychiatric Diagnosis. PCCS Books.

Kilyon, J. and Smith, T. (2010). A Straight-Talking Introduction to Caring for Someone with Mental Health Problems. PCCS Books.

Moncrieff, J. (2010). A Straight-Talking Introduction to Psychiatric Drugs. PCCS Books.

Pilgrim, D. (2010). A Straight-Talking Introduction to Psychological Treatments for Mental Health Problems. PCCS Books.

Read, J. and Sanders, P. (2010). A Straight Talking Introduction to the Causes of Mental Health Problems. Ross-on-Wye: PCCS Books.

Timimi, S. (2010). A Straight-Talking Introduction to Children’s Mental Health Problems. PCCS Books.



On The Web

International Society for the Study of Trauma and
ISSTD seeks to advance clinical, scientific, and societal understanding about the prevalence and consequences of chronic trauma and dissociation.

Online resource centre compiled by survivors of dissociative identify disorder (formerly known as multiple personality disorder). Includes: ‘keeping safe’, ‘reading room’, ‘interactive community forums’, ‘books’ and links section

PODS (Positive Outcomes for Dissociative Survivors) works to make recovery from dissociative disorders a reality through:

  • training
  • informing
  • supporting

The Pottergate
The Centre offers a wide range of services to professionals, to clients who may have a dissociative disorder and to the public at large.

Sidran Traumatic Stress
International not for profit organisation aimed at supporting people to recovery form the effects of trauma (including dissociative disorders). Includes a comprehensive resource section.

Trauma and Abuse
TAG promotes education and raises awareness in the field of dissociation, attachment, trauma and abuse recovery.

In Print

Case, J.F. (1991). The Flock: the Autobiography of a Multiple Personality. Abacus.

Castelli, J. (2000). Looking Inside: Life Lessons From a Multiple Personality in Pictures and Words. Castelli Studios Publishing.

Gil, Eliana. (1990). United We Stand: A Book for People with Multiple Personalities. Launch Press.

Mayer, R. (1988). Through Divided Minds: Probing the Mysteries of Multiple Personalities. A Doctors Story. Avon

Mollon, P. (1996). Multiple Selves, Multiple Voices: Working with Trauma, Violation and Dissociation. Wiley.

Moskowitz, A., Schafer, I. & Dorahy, M. (Eds.) (2009). Psychosis, trauma and dissociation: Emerging perspectives on severe psychopathology. Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell.

Rheta Schreiber, F. (1973). Sybil: The True Story of a Woman Possessed by Sixteen Separate Personalities. Penguin Books.

Ross, C. (1994). The Osiris Complex: Case-Studies in Multiple Personality. University of Toronto Press.

Sinason, V. (2002). Attachment, Trauma and multiplicity: Working with Dissociative Identity Disorder. Brunner-Routledge.

Stout, M. (2001). The Myth of Sanity: Divided Consciousness and the Promise of Awareness – Tales of Multiple Personality in Everyday Life.


Please use the above links to browse some resources I hope you’ll find useful. These include organisations, websites, journals and books.