Atlanta Sexual Abuse Counseling and Recovery Does counseling really help survivors in their recovery from sexual abuse and domestic violence? Yes, it does. However, sexual abuse is a highly complex issue with many ramifications, and counseling requires hi...

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Individual and Group Counseling in Atlanta, Georgia Sexual abuse is a highly complex issue with many ramifications and counseling requires highly specialized skills and insight to optimize recovery. However, our creator knows us and knows what it takes to...

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When  children are abused, it can alter their brain development and leave them at risk for developmental problems such as Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD) and mental problems. Our bodies are wired with a complex, natural alarm system designed to protect ...

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Atlanta Child Molestation Treatment According to the United States Department of Juvenile Justice, one in every four children will experience some type of unwanted sexual touch before the age of eighteen: one in every three girls and one in every five boy...

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Indicators of Sexual Abuse According to the United States Department of Juvenile Justice, one in every four children will experience some type of unwanted sexual touch before the age of 18: one in every three girls and one in every five boys. Since fewer ...

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Atlanta Victims of Clergy Abuse Anyone who has been a victim of sexual abuse or other acts of violence at the hands of an adult or authority figure in their life has a fear of authority. However, when the abuser is a clergy member, this can add to a victi...

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Atlanta Domestic Violence Counseling Many times domestic violence and sexual abuse go hand-in-hand. As a result, victims of domestic violence and sexual abuse share many of the same challenges and traits. Children who are the victims of domestic violence ...

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Atlanta Abusive Families Treatment Growing up in an abusive family can leave lasting scars on the survivors of domestic abuse. So what does an abusive family look like? An abusive family promotes denial and secrecy. Members of the family may have represse...

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PTSD is a type of anxiety disorder that can occur after a person has seen or experienced a traumatic event that involved the threat of injury or death to themselves, actual injury to themselves or others or the death of others. It often occurs as a result...

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