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I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and now work at Western Psychological and Counseling Services in Gladstone and at Seth Lewelling Elementary.  I am a Certified Hypnotist and Certified Past Life Regression Facilitator. I am also an astrologer and Reiki Master.  I'm a graduate of Reed College (BA Psychology '87) and Portland State University (MSW '90). I work with children, teens, adults, parents, groups.
Thursday, December 22, 2011
Books for Younger Children:

Red Flag, Green Flag People
The Rape and Abuse Crisis Center

Private Zone: A book teaching children sexual assault prevention tools
F. Dayee

It's My Body
L. Freeman

Sexual Abuse: Let's Talk About It
M. Hyde

Somethings Happened and I’m Scared to Tell
P. Kehoe

No More Secrets for Me
O. Wachter

It Happens to Boys Too
J. Satullo and R. Russell

My Mom Has a Bad Temper
B. Hopkins

I Don't Want to Go to Justin's House Anymore
H. Klassen

When I was Little Like You
J. Porett

Books for Older Children:

How Long Does It Hurt?
C. Mather

The Me Nobody Knows: A Guide For Teen Survivors
B. Bean and S. Bennett

Books for parents:

Helping Your Child Recover From Sexual Abuse
C. Adams & J. Fay

The Missing Voice
S. Ashley

Adults Molested as Children: A Survivors Manual for Men and Women
E. Bear & P. Dimock

The Mother's Book
C. Byerly

When Your Child has Been Molested
J. Case & K. Hagan

A Mother's Nightmare
J. E.B. Myers

After the Nightmare
W. Ovaris

If it Happens to Your Child, It Happens to You! A Parents Help Source for Sexual Assault
C.A. Golder
Monday, December 12, 2011

Gut and Psychology Syndrome 

Natural Treatment For: Autism, ADD, ADHD
Depression, Dyslexia, Dyspraxia, Schizophrenia

“Gut and Psychology Syndrome”, also known as the GAPS Diet,  captures Dr. Natasha Campbell-McBride’s experience and knowledge of nutrition and the use of probiotics. She believes that the link between learning disabilities, the food and drink that we take, and the condition of our digestive system is absolute.

Tuesday, December 6, 2011
Beginning to Heal: A First Book for Survivors of Child Sexual Abuse

by Ellen Bass, Laura Davis

If you feel you are not ready for the intensity and scope of other sexual recovery books here, read
this first. It is a basic, easy to read, introduction to the recovery process

The Right to Innocence: Healing the Trauma of Childhood Sexual Abuse
by Beverly Engel

Outgrowing the Pain - A Book About Adults Abused As Children
by Eliana Gil

Families in Recovery: Working Together to Heal the Damage of Childhood Sexual Abuse
by Beverly Engel

Getting Through the Day: Strategies for Adults Hurt as Children
by Nancy Napier

Incest and Sexuality: A Guide to Understanding and Healing
by Wendy Maltz, Beverly Holman (Contributor)

I Never Told Anyone:
Writings by Women Survivors of Child Sexual Abuse

by Ellen Bass, Louise Thornton

The Sexual Healing Journey: A Guide for Survivors of Sexual Abuse
by Wendy Maltz and Carol Arian

Victims No Longer: Men Recovering from Incest and Other Sexual Child Abuse
by Mike Lew and Ellen Bass

Abused Boys:  The Neglected Victims of Sexual Abuse
by Mic Hunter

For Partners of Sexually Abuse Survivors:

Ghosts in the Bedroom: A Guide for Partners of Incest Survivors
by Ken Graber.

Partners in Recovery: How Mates, Lovers & Other Prosurvivors Can Learn to Support & Cope With Adult
Survivors of Childhood Sexual Abuse

by Beverly Engel

Allies in Healing:
When the Person You Love Was Sexually Abused as a child, as Support Book

by Laura Davis

Professional Books:

EMDR in the Treatment
of Adults Abused As Children

by Laurel Parnell

The Sexual Healing Journey: A Guide for Suvivors of Sexual Abuse
by Wendy Maltz, Carol Arian

Psychological Trauma and the Adult Suvivor: Theory, Therapy and Transformation
by Lisa McCann

Trauma and the Therapist: Contertransference and Vicarious Traumatization in Psychotherapy with
Incest Survivors

by Laurie Anne Perlman

Emotional Abuse