What Do You Believe, and Does It Serve You?

Originally published on Educate4Change on July 31, 2017 By Svava Brooks. Have you noticed my recent blog posts have been building on a certain theme? Each one is written to take you deeper and deeper into your healing. My intent is to help you tackle your core issues and accelerate …

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Upcoming workshops teach child abuse prevention, intervention

Originally published in The Vacaville Reporter on July 31, 2017 By Jessica Rogness. A workshop to train adults to identify and intervene when a child is being sexually abused is offered twice this month in Solano County. The training is scheduled on two days in Vacaville and Fairfield. “It is …

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New Resource Guide for Child Sexual Abuse/Exploitation Prevention

Originally published on ACEs Connection on August 1, 2017 By Jennifer Hossler. I wanted to share this fantastic new resource guide developed by one of the work groups from the Georgia Statewide Human Trafficking Task Force. This guide provides background on best practice, principles of prevention, identifying resources for the …

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Which Stage of Survival Are You: Victim, Survivor, Thriver?

Originally published on Humans.media on May 15, 2017 By RACHEL THOMPSON. The answer isn’t as easy as you think. At what point does a sexual abuse survivor (or any trauma survivor) go from victim to survivor, from survivor to thriver? In our society, the term victim has a negative connotation …

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