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Learn More About Why Survivors Isolate
Because sexual abuse and sexual assault occurs in relative secrecy – in a state of disconnection between people – reconnecting and building trust are often at the core of healing from sexual violence.
Abuse survivors often feel ‘different’ from other children. They usually have to keep secrets and manage a lot of stress alone. This may have isolated you from non-offending parents and brothers and sisters.
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Mondays 7:30 – 9:30 pm Dave Passell Dave Passell 09 3788823
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Thursday 7:30am - 9:30pm Noel Ward Noel Ward 09 3788822
Friday TBA Poutoa Papalii Poutoa Papalii 09 3788825
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