A Safe Place: Beyond Sexual Abuse

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H. Shaw, 1990 - Health & Fitness - 202 pages
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A sobering number of teens have been sexually abused themselves or know someone who has been abused. Responding to this terrible reality, A Safe Place effectively addresses the issues, beliefs, and coping mechanisms triggered by sexual abuse in adolescent lives. Through personal stories of teens, a welcoming tone, and practical exercises, this book encourages readers to “travel” with abused teens on a journey out of pain and shame into healing and freedom.

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User Review  - Delinda Goyer - Christianbook.com

I work in g public school library. When I finish reading this book, I'm going to donate it to the "Self-help" section that we have for the students in hopes that someone will pick it up and let it totally change their lives. Read full review

This book was amazing!

User Review  - anne - Christianbook.com

I had recently discovered that I had been molested by my father as a young child, which led me to many wrong choices in my youth. My therapist recommended this book to me, even though I'm 45 years old ... Read full review


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About the author (1990)

Jan Morrison, herself a sexual abuse survivor, is the founder and president of the Tree of Rest, Inc., a non-profit service and teaching organization that promotes emotional and spiritual healing from sexual abuse for victims, families, communities, and churches. Jan speaks widely on this subject to both teens and adults.

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