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Resolving the Effects of Childhood Sexual Abuse

In this episode Judith Richards (Founder of The Richards Trauma Process) and I discuss the ways victims of childhood sexual abuse continue to suffer in adulthood - shame, self-blame, guilt, low self-esteem among other things continue to plague them. And these feelings, of course, have significant knock-on effects. AND we talk about resolution of the dreadfulness...

Freedom from the ongoing effects of distressing, traumatic childhood events. Freedom from past pain and suffering. The relief.  Yes. It's possible.  If you haven’t already heard about Judith Richards, her life and the extraordinarily quick and effective process she created to resolve anxiety, depression, PTSD among other things, well, I suggest you listen to Episode 4 of our podcast here: https://www.iamsallywilson.com/podcasts/victim-to-victor-leading-others-beyond-their-pain. You’ll be so glad that you did.

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