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Interesting Links to Help philter Grow
November 6, 2001
5:55 am
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Hi,hope you are all safe and well over there!
To BlondieNYC - Ladeska - Molly,
Just wondering if you could supply me with some websites in regard to Counselling issues,Self help,Personal Growth etc,Especially to help Children and Young A dults.I know some of you are like myself and are survivors of Abuse of some sort or other.
I am currently studying to be a Counsellor,and my goal is to set up a retreat for children and young adult survivors of abuse here in Australia,at the moment Counselling is an unregulated industry here and I feel our Government is a bit green in this area.I have joined a group here and have shown my interest in starting groups for male survivors of sexual abuse,the group I have joined(ASCA)have said they will support me in starting these groups.The reason that I am asking you for information is so that I can have the benefit of a large resource base to offer the optimum assistance to these kids(children)Sexual abuse/Physical abuse/Mental is one of the main reasons that our kids here in Australia ,Suicide .
Any information would be greatly apprechiated and will not be a wasre of your time.I have learnt a great deal from you people,I have been a fly on the wall here for the past few months.(Do you have flies over there?)You are all awesome ,take care,and read ya later.philter61

November 6, 2001
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The American Counseling Association has a web site, as do several other American organizations. When you go to your search engine, just type and all kinds of stuff should come up. Substance Abuse, Violence, Incest, the internet is a marvelous tool, its all out there, and lots and lots and lots. Play therapy, and Art Therapy is big right now, and seems to be a trend of putting the mom's back with the kids in community housing, there are lots of new studies out there, like at UCSB, they just finished a grant, where they discovered that home visits did so much more than office visits, so now the counselor goes into the home observes the dynamics in the setting, make sense doesn't it? Good luck,

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