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Counselling sexual abuse

Sexual abuse comes in many forms.

Ways of Wisdom Helen Thorne
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Whether it’s a child forced to watch pornography by a paedophile, a teenager betrayed by a relative, a woman assaulted on a night out or a man raped at knifepoint amid civil war, such atrocities leave deep wounds. For many, sexual abuse is a crime that impacts them for decades – it is a uniquely cruel violation of body and mind.