Monday, April 16, 2018

Video Lessons Introduction Adult Victims of Childhood Sexual Abuse

This is a short video lesson introducing distinctive elements within the language of adult victims of early childhood sexual abuse. 

Their language often mimics deception due to dissociative memories.  Some may be perseverating on an event from the more distant past, while others are telling the truth about the allegation that is presented.  

Specific advanced training is required.  

For Training, we have seminars, including advanced seminars for those with solid foundational training in deception detection that is geared towards investigators of sex crimes, psychologists, therapists, child protective caseworkers, counselors and other professionals. 

We also offer an advanced seminar for law enforcement that uses Statement Analysts and Handwriting Expert Steve Johnson that combines the two schools of deception detection to:

1.  Discern Deception
2.  Discern Content (truthful reliable)
3.  Psycho-linguisitc profile (identifying anonymous authors)
4.  Dominant Personalty traits through handwriting analysis d

As these elements come together, the professional in law enforcement is given investigatory tools that can take their success to new levels.  

For those already trained, the career traction and depth of work is invaluable. 





8 comments:

Anonymous said...

Very informative. I look forward to future video's

Peter Hyatt said...

Dismaying to read leftist' uncivil comments on a lesson about adults who suffer repercussions of childhood sexual abuse.

This isn't the thread to taunt, indict, or even to attempt to display moral "superiority" in anything political. All this does is reveal how easily one is exploited.

This extremism is not partisan disagreement; it is a religion itself and it defies logic, reason and is totalitarian. Even while using high sounding platitudes, it is exhaustively intolerant and appeals to those who have a desperate need to align themselves with celebrities.

The anti democracy, anti police, anti authority, anti Christian, anti Jew, and anti reason, itself is very popular and trendy today. There are many websites where you can indulge yourself in this. When it is wrapped in a faux moral supremacy, know that it is not new. History repeats itself with very harsh lessons I wish upon none.


If you want to use this thread to discuss the analysis, ask questions, or even discuss the implications of childhood sexual abuse upon adult victims, some reasonable and even possibly helpful material may come from discussion.

Please be considerate of the context.

"Anti" websites are in abundance. Avail yourself of them.



Peter

ima.grandma said...

As William Butler Yeats is quoted as saying, “Education is not the filling of a pail, but the lighting of a fire.”

https://medium.com/@tseelig/teaching-its-about-inspiration-not-information-1f64ddf019e7

Lucia D said...

Great explanation. I too enjoyed the video lesson.

Hey Jude said...

This is so good - I've watched it a dozen times - it still always ends where it does. :)

Anonymous said...

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tania cadogan said...

Thanks Peter

John mcgowan said...

Thank you