SMART Conference Presentation 2008
A retired psychologist, Wanda Karriker, PhD, wrote the novel, "Morning, Come Quickly," to share what she has learned about the aftereffects of RA/MC. In advocacy for survivors, she has appeared on CourtTV and in 2007 presented papers at a UN conference for women and at the ISSTD conference in Philadelphia. Her topic is: "Voice, Visibility, and Validation for Survivors. Highlights of the Extreme Abuse Survey Trilogy."
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Also by Wanda Karriker PhD:
The World Will Know: Words From a Hopeless Optimist- SMART Conference 2005 transcript
Morning Come Quickly- A Novel Dedicated to the Unwitting Initiates Into Organized Evil.
"In Morning Come Quickly author Wanda Karriker has woven together the fictional story of therapist Emily Kein and her clients who have come to her with memories of incest, ritual abuse torture and government mind control. She finds herself not only trying to understand how humanity can sink to the depths of depravity that she is hearing her clients expose, but face her own flashbacks and memories of some of these same horrors." Carol Rutz- Amazon Review
Extreme Abuse Trilogy
Government-Sponsored Mind Control Experimentation on Children Media Packet