Assault

4 Ways to Help Survivors of Sexual Abuse | Orlando Counselor Therapist

By |August 10th, 2010|

“I know someone who survived a sexual assault. How can I help?”

What percentage of people in the US are Sexually Abused? According to the CDC, 10.6%
of adult women and 2.1% of adult men have reported experiencing a forced sexual encounter at some point in their lives. This means that just as many of us will

Orlando Domestic Violence Counselor on Catch 22 | If He Can’t Live With You, He Might Kill You

By |May 12th, 2010|

While experiencing a rare chance to go riding on a Sunday morning, I encountered a police blockade barring the entrance to Jay Blanchard Park. It looked serious, with several police cars and a police van, and lots of yellow police tape. I rode a different way, and when I got home, searched to learn what

Orlando Child Counselor on 3 Tips to Protect Your Kids from Molesters at Water Parks

By |July 20th, 2009|

In the past month, there have been four charges of exposure or molestation in the Orlando area water parks including Typhoon Lagoon, Wet n Wild & Aquatica. According to the U.S. Department of Justice, 7% of boys and 25% of girls will be molested by the age of 18. As a result of the recent

Orlando Trauma Counselor Expert | Rape and Sexual Assault

By |March 26th, 2009|

Orlando Sexual Abuse Counselor on how Sexual Assault untreated can effect a victim of abuse. Shame, despair, and powerless are a few of the emotions that victims of rape and sexual assault may experience. These same emotions often interfere with their ability to decide to prosecute their perpetrator. There are also many thoughts such as,

Orlando Trauma Therapist on the Movie Taken Dramatically Portrays Growing Sex Trafficking Industry

By |March 18th, 2009|

Orlando Sexual Abuse Trauma Therapist comments on “Taken” which is a riveting movie where a father searches for his daughter, who is kidnapped and enslaved into the sex traffic trade. The movie gives an inside look at the recruitment and exploitation of these victims of organized crime. It is an important movie because it brings

Winter Park Sexual Abuse Counselor on the Missing Piece Video Makes Debut

By |November 4th, 2008|

Florida’s Center for the Advancement of Child Welfare Practice selected Evelyn Wenzel’s seminar to record at the Seminole County Child Protection Conference, October 28, 2008. The video on “The Missing Piece in Sexual Abuse Treatment: The Key to Reducing the Risk of Revictimization” will appear on their website at www.centerforchildwelfare.org. The goal of the center is