As part of exploring the cycle of childhood sexual abuse the Trauma and Attachment Report presents a four part video series. Two mental health experts, one who works with survivors and one who works with perpetrators, as well as a survivor of childhood sexual abuse present issues on the benefits of therapy, the barriers against breaking the cycle, and the consequences of untreated trauma.
Part one of this video series speaks with Elsabeth Jensen RN PhD, as she gives her perspective on how she provides therapy, and its relative benefits for those who have survived childhood sexual abuse . She has worked in the field of mental health for over 30 years, including work in mental health hospitals and a private practice. She is a past president of the Registered Nurses of Ontario Association and is currently a professor at York University. Her specialty is in treating survivors of childhood sexual abuse.
See below for Part 1 of the Childhood Sexual Abuse Video Series:
-Bradley Kushnier, Contributing Writer