Individual Websites

Trish Fotheringham  “Understanding of Dissociation gives us the power to transform our lives and our world!A range of resources and helpful information compiled with a focus on people with dissociation-related issues…”

Gary P. RA Survivor-  “This site is about memories I recovered when I was 29. 3 years later in 2000 I published this site to express my journey..”

Gabriella Speaks — Healing from Childhood Trauma – “This Serenity for Spiritual abuse survivors and MPD/DID site (is) owned by gabriella.”


Community Abuse Websites

Survivorship -Membership in Survivorship is a powerful way to break the isolation and silence and to come together in community. It is a way for people to connect with each other, to validate each others’ feelings and experiences, to share information, and to offer each other support and understanding.

Together We Heal – Together We Heal is for any who suffer from the trauma of childhood sexual abuse (CSA). It exists to provide guidance and counseling to those in need, educate any who seek information on how to better protect our children and to expose the sexual predators and their methods. Together we can do all of these things and begin the process of healing.

END RITUAL ABUSE – “I am a psychologist who has been profoundly touched by victims of ritual abuse and mind control whom I have treated in therapy or befriended as an advocate.I feel compelled to increase public support for these children and adult survivors. This is my mission. The Website of Ellen P. Lacter, Ph.D….”

S.M.A.R.T. Ritual Abuse Pages  – “The purpose of S.M.A.R.T. is to help stop ritual abuse and child abuse and to help those who have been ritually abused. ”

A Series of Online Surveys –

Ritual Abuse, Ritual Crime and Healing – Information and Resources for Survivors, Therapists and Others

Domestic Abuse, Sexual Violence and Substance Use – Domestic violence is the intentional use of emotional, psychological, sexual or physical force by one family member or intimate partner to control another. Victims of domestic violence who struggle with addiction face significant barriers to receiving treatment, but programs that effectively address addiction and abuse-related trauma are available.

the Recovery Village -Domestic violence can take many forms, with the most common types being physical violence, rape, verbal threats and emotional or psychological abuse. In the U.S., domestic violence is commonly associated with cases of sexual assault, stalking, homicide, mental illness and suicide. The pervasiveness and complexity of domestic violence means that anyone — regardless of age, gender, sexuality, ethnicity, religion or social standing — can be affected by this kind of abuse at any point in their life.


Recovery Websites

The Phoenix Spirit– A one-of-a-kind newspaper filled with spirit, recovery, and thoughts for just plain good living.

Alcohol Addiction – Alcohol addiction is a disease that changes the way the brain works. It causes negative emotions, impulsive behavior, cravings and withdrawal symptoms. Treatment for alcohol addiction includes supervised detox, counseling and therapy, and support group participation.

the Recovery Village -In the past, addiction was viewed as a moral failing or a sign of a weakness. Today, we realize that drug addiction is a devastating, chronic brain disease. Each year, millions of Americans try drugs like alcoholmarijuanacocaine, or heroinfor the first time, and a disturbing percentage of these people will be unable to stop without help. If you’re concerned about your own drug use, or you’re worried that a loved one may be addicted to drugs, our FAQ section can provide answers.– Abruptly quitting any substance that you’re addicted to can be uncomfortable and potentially dangerous. Powerful withdrawal symptoms are possible and cravings often make it difficult to stay away despite your good intentions to remain sober.
A formal drug and alcohol detox and addiction treatment facility can help you overcome the challenges of addiction, stabilizing you in preparation for long-term healing and recovery. Addiction is not a silent battle to be dealt with alone- we are here for you.


The Surviving Spirit-    “To promote Hope, Healing and Help for those impacted by trauma, abuse or mental health concerns through the use of the creative arts, a speakers’ bureau, newsletter, website, brochure, retail gallery, coffeehouse, media center and more...”

Many Voices PDF Newsletters – “Download Free Copies of ALL the back issues of Many Voices here!”

Government Organizations

National Association of Adult Survivors of Child Abuse (NAASCA)–   We have a single purpose at NAASCA, to address issues related to childhood abuse and trauma including sexual assault, violent or physical abuse, emotional traumas and neglect…

Childhelp– Founded in 1959 by Sara O’Meara and Yvonne Fedderson, Childhelp® is a leading national non-profit organization dedicated to helping victims of child abuse and neglect. Childhelp’s approach focuses on prevention, intervention and treatment. The Childhelp® National Child Abuse Hotline, 1-800-4-A-CHILD.

Keeping Kids Safe – “Child abuse is one of the most serious problems facing our society. Abused children suffer and, all too often, the damage lasts a lifetime.”

Blue Knot Foundation – Need Support? Contact our Blue Knot Helpline on 1300 657 380

Joyful Heart Foundation – “Deep cultural change does not happen overnight. It’s going to take time. It’s going to take enough people in enough communities deciding that they’ve had ENOUGH.”— Mariska Hargitay


The Courage to Heal: A Guide for Women Survivors of Child Sexual Abuse, 20th Anniversary Edition -“an inspiring, comprehensive guide that offers hope and a map of the healing journey to every woman who was sexually abused as a child—and to those who care about her. Although the effects of child sexual abuse are long-term and severe, healing is possible.”

Beginning to Heal (Revised Edition): A First Book for Men and Women Who Were Sexually Abused As Children – “offers hope and guidance for all survivors starting the healing journey. No matter how great your pain today, you can not only heal but thrive. Based on the authors’ bestseller The Courage to Heal, this Revised Edition of Beginning to Heal takes you through the key stages of the healing process, from crisis times to breaking the silence, grief, and anger, to resolution and moving on.”

Allies in Healing: When the Person You Love Was Sexually Abused as a Child– “Based on in-depth interviews and her workshops for partners across the country, Laura Davis offers practical advice and encouragement to all partners—girlfriends, boyfriends, spouses, and lovers—trying to support the survivors in their lives ”

The Courage to Heal Workbook: A Guide for Women and Men Survivors of Child Sexual Abuse – “In this groundbreaking companion to The Courage to Heal, Laura Davis offers an inspiring, in-depth workbook that speaks to all women and men healing from the effects of child sexual abuse. The combination of checklists, writing and art Projects, open-ended questions and activities expertly guides the survivor through the healing process.”

Ritual Abuse in the Twenty-First Century: Psychological, Forensic, Social and Political Considerations (2008)–  by Randy Noblitt (2008-09-09)

REPAIR Your Life: A Program for Recovery from Incest & Childhood Sexual Abuse, 2nd Edition – “R.E.P.A.I.R. is a Six-Stage Program for abuse survivors that will transform your life forever!”

The Enslaved Queen: A Memoir about Electricity and Mind Control – “Written by a survivor of mind control and ritual abuse who is also a therapist, this memoir exposes the existence and practices of organized criminal groups who abuse children, helps survivors of those abuses, and provides important information for professionals about the dissociative brain. ”