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My guests tonight Maria Barcelos & Sabra Desai talking about process of healing

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Good afternoon ladies and gentlemen, my guests this evening talking about the process of healing from childhood sexual abuse. Maria Barcelos Executive Director and Sabra Desai. (bio below)

Healing The Voice Within Art Fundraiser - Thursday, October 4th, 7pm-10pm at the Liberty Grand 

A one-of-a-kind art fundraiser that gives voice and healing to those traumatized by childhood sexual abuse, and will help raise awareness and much-needed funds for important initiatives at The Gatehouse. 

1 in 3 girls and 1 in 5 boys will be sexually assaulted at some time in their lives. 

Survivors learn to regain their voices through the powerful medium of artwork, which teaches positive coping techniques to address the anxiety, nightmares, and depression resulting from childhood sexual abuse.

Tickets available on the attached link, thankyou for your support.

https://www.canadahelps.org/en/charities/the-gatehouse-child-abuse-investigation-support-site/events/healing-the-voice-within-2/

Sabra Desai, Director, MSW, RSW, Kellogg Fellow, counsellor therapist & educator.  A former faculty in the School of Social & Community Serv.s, Manager of Community Partnership at Humber College. Sabra has provided leadership in the areas of inclusive education & access to post-secondary education for marginalized & vulnerable populations including Aboriginal youth. Sabra laid the foundation for the Humber College Centre of Human Rights, Equity & Diversity as well as initiating the Aboriginal Student Resource Centre. In the 1980s, Sabra worked with a group of women to advocate for a shelter for women & children survivors of family violence which led to the establishment of Interim Place, the first such shelter in Peel Region. 

 

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