You're Only as Sick as Your Secrets: Sexual Abuse Awareness, Prevention and Intervention

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BalboaPress, Oct 27, 2010 - Biography & Autobiography - 88 pages
It is a caregivers daunting task to balance a childs youthful innocence with their empowering awareness of sexual abuse. Presented in this memoir are experiences depicting the impact of such abuse on one childs journey into adulthood. Throughout the pages, the unfolding of real life incidents allows for not only the awareness crucial to prevention but also for guidance through examples of effectively employed intervention and remediation strategies.

This books targeted audience includes but is not restricted to parents, guardians, professional advocates, therapists, teachers, childcare providers, medical professionals and survivors of sexual abuse.

Within this book is knowledge and knowledge has the potential to positively influence the welfare of all who have or may have to face this needless reality of our society.

 

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It is my opinion that my real life experiences with sexual abuse form my credentials and qualifications as an author of a book of such genres. I've gained additional insight through my current profession working with many clients who've been impacted by abuse in one way or another. My fourteen years as an educator at the elementary (k-8) level dealing with abuse on yet another forum has also been an asset to my writing. Currently, I am self-employed as an alternative and massage therapist. I rely on my intuition and ability to discern and redirect clients' irregular energetic patterns that may be negatively impacting their well being. My business is based in Maine but I do remote sessions via phone with clients as far away as Arizona, California and Missouri. My most precious part of my personal life is my son. When I am not sitting in the stands of his sports games, I am out enjoying nature and the gifts of the great outdoors.

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