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Sexual Abuse Freedom & Education

Equipping Men & Women to overcome - not just survive.

One of the biggest difficulties of sexual abuse is the whole issue of silence. Approximately, 21% females and 11% of males have been through some form of sexual abuse by the time they are sixteen and yet most people never speak about it, because they are usually too ashamed, or think that maybe it was their fault or that there is something they could have done to prevent it.

There are long and short term effects of sexual abuse. Eg: relational difficulties, intimacy, trust, negative view of self and others, difficulty managing emotions, depression, anxiety, post-traumatic stress, volatile behaviour and low self esteem.

COUNSELLING

Psychologists supporting Hillsong CityCare

WATERLOO
Miss Nicolette Deva, Psychologist – (02) 8399 0611
MEd  Psychology, Grad Dip Psych, Grad Dip Ed, BSc, Assoc MAPS   
Shop 162, 822 Bourke St, Waterloo

CASTLE HILL - ph: (02) 9680 4700
Suite 5, 2-4 Old Castle Hill Road, Castle Hill
Dr Jamie Scott, Clinical Psychologist
BA (Hons), DPsych (Clinical) MAPS
Mrs Rebecca Loundar, Psychologist 
BSc Psychology, PG Dip Psychology, MAPS
Miss Nicolette Deva, Psychologist
MEd  Psychology, Grad Dip Psych, Grad Dip Ed, BSc, Assoc MAPS   
Mrs Sue Hancock, Psychologist
BA Psychology, PG Dip Psychology, PG Dip Social Health, Assoc MAPS
Mr Chris Saunders, Psychologist
BA, MA, Dip Min, MAPS
Miss Jennifer Zahara, Psychologist
BScience (Psych); Postgrad Dip (Psych); Postgrad Dip (Applied Psych)

BLACKTOWN – ph: (02) 9679 7900
Suite 1, 125 Main St, Blacktown
Mr Chris Saunders, Psychologist
BA, MA, Dip Min, MAPS