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Sexual Trauma Recovery: The Last Battle with Mary Ellen Mann, LCSW

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Sexual abuse is, thankfully, no longer a taboo subject. Mary Ellen Mann, author, speaker, and counselor joins us to discuss her book and healing from sexual trauma.

Read her full BLOG article HERE.

In your private practice as a licensed clinical social worker, you specialize in trauma recovery. Talk to us about the trauma of sexual abuse and the devastating impact it can have on a person’s life.

From Pain to Power is a recovery manual for anyone who is struggling to overcome the trauma of sexual violation. How did your personal experiences drive the conception and inspiration for this book?

Sexual violation often carries with it, a stigma of guilt and shame. Explain how the title “Princess Warrior” encapsulates your perspective on the true identity of survivors of sexual abuse and assault.

What is LastBattle.org and how are you using the digital community to provide a safe, supportive place for Princess Warriors?

What role can the prayers and meditations play in leading someone through recovery? Why is it so crucial?

What are some of the signs women can look for to determine if a man is likely to be a predator?

What are some key indicators that it might be time to seek professional counseling?

How someone can get help if they have faced or are currently facing sexual abuse?

What advice would you give to someone who knows a friend or a family member who has been sexually abused? How can that person provide support and encouragement?

How early should parents start talking to their kids about the dangers of sexual predators? How can they educate their children on appropriate versus inappropriate behavior?

Where can we learn more about you and From Pain to Power?

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