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Psychopaths in High Places: How to Recognize Them and Why we Should by Lori Lorenz, M.A.
May 10 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
WATCH RECORDING: https://youtu.be/DzxasObwm9M
In this crazy world of conflicting news and finger-pointing, how do we make sense of people’s behavior? How does stress affect our thinking and our brains? Are these conflicts natural? Or are there certain personality types who enjoy creating chaos and stress in others in order to achieve their goals? There are real people who are skilled at and enjoy making you feel crazy and off-balance. They are truly without conscience and operate at the personal, the corporate, and the global levels.
Learn how to identify these people, recognize the techniques they use, and how they make you think there’s something wrong with you, not them. They don’t want you to notice their manipulations so you won’t notice what they’re doing. But with knowledge and self-care, you can navigate these waters and know the sharks from the goldfish. Join us for a wide-ranging exploration from personal relationships to international relations.
For nearly 30 years, Lori Lorenz, MA has specialized in counseling complex cases of sexual abuse, including cult/Satanic ritual abuse, torture, and programming including apparent MK-ULTRA victims. She has worked extensively with the effects of Psychopaths, Sociopaths, Narcissists, and Borderline Personality Disorders. Lori has developed and teaches the I-MAP system of understanding the recovery journey out of trauma. EFT (Emotional Freedom Techniques) founder Gary Craig featured her in his Specialty Series 1 DVD training program. Lori was also one of five EFT experts for his week-long intensive with veterans suffering from combat PTSD, released as the documentary “Operation Emotional Freedom”.
Lori began her formal education in trauma and recovery at UCLA completing her BA in Psychology with an emphasis in physiological psychology. While there, she worked on cutting-edge research identifying the effects of stress on the developing brain, research with frightening implications for using stress to control the development of the brain’s emotional reactivity. After doing her own trauma recovery work, she earned her Master’s Degree in Clinical Psychology from Antioch University, immediately beginning her career working with sexual abuse survivors, mothers of abused children, and perpetrators.
Lori has lived in the Rogue Valley for 25 years and has served on the Board of Directors of Rogue Valley Metaphysical Library (RVML) since 2004. In 2015 she cofounded the Architects of the New Paradigm Conference Series with RVML’s Founder and Executive Director Jordan Pease.