Tag: sexual assault

5 Ways You Can Support Sexual Assault Survivors

BY: Meghan McNabb, MSW, Supervisee in Social Work April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month, and there is no better time to address the silence that is fueled by sexual assault. Sexual Assault thrives on silence; the louder we can show our support for survivors, the more we shed light on an epidemic. We know that… Read more »

Four Things To Never Say to Someone Who Has Been Sexually Assaulted

By: Colleen McCarron, LPC April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month. Sexual assault is defined as “any type of sexual activity or contact, including rape, that happens without your consent. Sexual assault can include non-contact activities, such as someone “flashing” you (exposing themselves to you) or forcing you to look at sexual images.” One out of every six women… Read more »