What is The Australian Association for Trauma and Dissociation?
The Australian Association for Trauma and Dissociation (AAT&D) was formerly known as The Australian Association for Multiple Personality and Dissociation. Like the international organisation, the International Society for the Study of Dissociation, it has played a significant role in educating hundreds of Australian professionals in ideas such as Satanic Ritual Abuse, Multiple Personalities, Recovered/ Dissociated Memories, and the various techniques associated with recovered memory. It held a seminar entitled “Satanic Ritual Abuse” at Monash Medical Center in 1992; the next year its conference was held at the Victorian Police Academy. It now promotes itself as an organisation sponsoring “ethical” and “scientific” professional development seminars across the States of Australia, within both government and private services. Members of its Executive have reported a number of their own cases who claim to be breeders for satanic, ritual, or organised-sadistic abusing cults. Their seminars
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