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Creating Resilient Outcomes for Adult Survivors of Childhood Sexual Abuse
Trauma symptoms arise as a reaction to something that has happened that the individual does not have the capacity to process. For the adult survivor of childhood sexual abuse, not being believed, being blamed, and not being protected from the perpetrator, deny the healing that can happen when and if they are able to tell someone. The unacknowledged underlying trauma that can develop can be debilitating. The trauma of childhood sexual abuse can have life-long implications for adult survivors, underlying everything from relationship issues to debilitating anxiety and depression. This workshop will provide professionals with a deeper understanding of the needs of adult survivors as well as tools to help put clients on the path to hope, healing and living their greatest potential. Participants will learn a responsive and effective approach to working with adult survivors, based on nearly 30 years of experience and insights. Maladaptive strategies that clients developed for survival are replaced by healthy new skills that enable them to protect and advocate for themselves and their families. With trauma-informed interventions, as well as compassionate support, survivors can heal. Learning Objectives:
Provide a framework for understanding the trauma/ survival skills underlying behaviors of adult survivors
Be able to identify common long-term challenges facing adult survivors such as relationship issues, anxiety, depression and risky behaviors
Teach skills to enable survivors to protect and advocate for themselves
Promote hope and healing
Increase compassion and understanding in working with childhood sexual abuse survivors
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