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Get Inside the Violent Mind. Rory Miller bridges the gap between the study of traditional self-defense and the reality of the most common types of violent attacks in this interactive seminar. Violence has its own indisputable logic. Criminals resort to…

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Get Inside the Violent Mind. Rory Miller bridges the gap between the study of traditional self-defense and the reality of the most common types of violent attacks in this interactive seminar.

Violence has its own indisputable logic. Criminals resort to violence because it works, and they avoid violence when the costs seem too high.

Security expert Rory Miller explains the various types of predators most often encountered in real-life violent assaults, and how to avoid being attacked. Be prepared for an eye-opening reality check.

Learn the difference between various predator types.
Analyze common assault examples, and learn how to avoid them.
Understand ‘Emotional Dominance’ and ‘Your Nightmare Opponent’.
Recognize the glitches in your own thinking.
Eliminate mental issues that can hinder your reaction speed during a real-life assault.
Recognize the types of violence, and the places where violence occurs most frequently.
BONUS: Rory Miller interview
12 video lessons / 175 minutes + Bonus / 3 hour 15 minutes

Grab a pen and notebook and sit in on this one-of-a-kind workshop with Rory Miller. Using a goals-backwards risk management approach, you will learn crime from the perpetrators point of view, designing real self-defense scenarios.

Rory Miller is the award-winning author of Facing Violence and Meditations on Violence.

Rory Miller is a writer and teacher living peacefully in the Pacific Northwest. He served for seventeen years in corrections as an officer and sergeant working maximum security, booking and mental health; leading a tactical team; and teaching subjects ranging from Defensive Tactics and Use of Force to First Aid, and Crisis Communications with the Mentally Ill. For fourteen months he was an advisor to the Iraqi Corrections System working in Baghdad and Kurdish Sulaymaniyah. He received a BS degree in Psychology; served in the National Guard as a Combat Medic (91A/B); and earned college varsities in judo and fencing and received a mokuroku in jujutsu.

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