Stop Child Abuse Now


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Stop Child Abuse Now (SCAN) - 3448

Thursday 4th July 2024

Join the conversation on child abuse prevention and recovery with real stories and expert advice from NAASCA members.
57 minutes

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Stop Child Abuse Now
Healing from Sexual Trauma
Recovery from Trauma
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Episode Overview

  • The importance of public education in addressing child abuse.
  • Recognising and understanding dissociative symptoms.
  • The role of cognitive behavioural therapy in recovery.
  • Establishing personal boundaries as part of healing.
  • The power of sharing personal stories in recovery.
Holding resentment and forgiveness is like setting yourself on fire and expecting the other person to burn
In this episode of 'Stop Child Abuse Now', the hosts open the floor to callers for an engaging and heartfelt discussion on the tools, programmes, and services provided by the National Association of Adult Survivors of Child Abuse (NAASCA). With Penelope Bennett at the helm, you'll hear from a panel of individuals who share their experiences and thoughts on child abuse prevention, intervention, and recovery.
This episode is particularly special as it allows for real-time participation, making it a dynamic and interactive session. Philip, one of the callers, shares his personal journey of dealing with dissociative disorders stemming from childhood trauma. His candid account of depersonalisation and the healing process through cognitive behavioural therapy provides a raw and relatable narrative for many listeners.
The episode touches on the importance of recognising dissociative symptoms, understanding the impact of trauma, and the necessity of establishing boundaries for personal healing. The hosts also stress the critical role of public education in breaking the taboo around discussing childhood sexual abuse. If you're looking for an episode that offers both community support and practical advice, this one is a must-listen.
It’s a reminder that healing is a journey, and sharing our stories can be a powerful step towards recovery. So, why not tune in and join the conversation? You might find a piece of your own story in theirs.