news items – sex trafficking, human rights violations, clergy abuse, severe abuse, psychotherapy

This week several articles were published on the high numbers of women and children sex trafficked in the United States, articles on human rights violations  against women, an article on clergy abuse in Ireland and an unnoticed severe child abuse case in the US.

Sex Trafficking of Americans: The Girls Next Door

Sex Trafficking of Americans: The Girls Next Door
“There are more young American girls entering the commercial sex industry—an estimated 300,000 at this moment—and their ages have been dropping drastically. “

Colin McEnroe Show: ‘Sex Trafficking Of Americans’ How is prostitution treated in Connecticut?

Child Welfare Response to Child Trafficking
“… an estimated 293,000 young people who may be at risk for being trafficked specifically for the sex trade.”
“Global estimates suggest there are upwards of 27 million people in slavery around the world”

Building Child Welfare Response to Child Trafficking
Center for the Human Rights for Children, Loyola University Chicago

Review – History of Psychotherapy
Continuity and Change
American Psychological Association, 2010

Psychotherapy linked to healthier stress hormone levels

Multiple Personalities Documentary

Gloucester residents in dark as child abuse came to light

Op-Ed Columnist An Archbishop Burns While Rome Fiddles THE archbishop of Dublin….

Survivorship ritual abuse webinars – Inner Structures and Self Care

Spillover Torture from the Military/Warring Sphere into the Private Sphere: Making Visible a Silenced Human Rights Violation and Victimized Persons’ ‘Body Talk’
by Jeanne Sarson and Linda Macdonald, June 2, 2011
Presented At: Canadian Peace Research Association (CPRA)

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