Thought leadership newsletter for professionals and lay individuals covering current therapeutic modalities and research in the area of recovery from childhood trauma across the lifespan.
Stay in the know regarding the latest research and methodology regarding recovery from child abuse across the lifespan.
The objective of the Child Abuse Recovery Newsletter is twofold: (1) to network and with professionals working in the field, and (2) to share the latest research and methodology on child abuse recovery in order to champion those who have experienced childhood trauma.
This objective is close to my heart not only because it is my field of study, but because I, myself, have learned how to live a full and meaningful life after my own experience of child maltreatment.
The road to healing is unique for each individual. With that in mind, it is essential that options in the field of therapy are made available and understandable to one traveling the path to recovery.
Education is vital to recovery for the healer and the healed. I invite collaboration by way of attribution in the publishing of this newsletter. Students in the field of human development, counseling and psychology are also encouraged to participate. Likewise, clergy, foster care parents, child advocates and others who share a passion for child and family welfare are encouraged to share their knowledge and expertise.
Mid-December: Stress Reduction Techniques as Interventive and Recovery Methodology for Child Abuse Recovery
The next newsletter will examine current research regarding the use and effectiveness of stress reduction techniques for children and adult victims of child abuse. Subscribe below to receive your copy.