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Welcome to #CSAQT

This is a companion site to the #CSAQT Twitter chat.

The CSAQT twitter chat is designed to be a place where people can engage with others to both receive and provide peer support.

The chat is open to all, survivors of childhood abuse as well as professionals and supporters.

The chat is an open twitter chat where people can participate by adding the hash tag #CSAQT to your tweets.

We also welcome people who do not feel able to join in the chat to follow the conversations.

Mondays 8-9pm(UK)

 (Child Sex Abuse Question Time) #csaqt

Upcoming Events

 

 

Physical Illness 16/10

Challenges of Coping with Physical Illness

Lets talk about illness and how we cope with it.

The triggers treatment may hold, The difficulty in coping with Illness & our recovery!

Illness caused by the abuse & the fallout

Impact of not being believed 23/10

How does the prospect of not being believed impact disclosure & recovery?

Were you believed when you did disclose? what were your experiences?

How does belief, or disbelieving our experiences impact our health, recovery and mental health?

CSAQT Peer support Twitter Chat Transcripts

Here we link to previous chats transcripts

One of the facilitators Elaine Hook @ed2inspire currently maintains the Storify chat transcripts which can be found on her web site

Speaking Out

Here are the stories of 3 brave survivors of child abuse, who decided to speak out and raise awareness.

If you were affected by abuse in your childhood, please do call the NSPCC helpline and report it.

It’s never too late: 0808 800 5000 or contact the National Association of People Abused in Childhood on 0808 801 0331.

OUR blog

Resources

If you are a survivor or supporting a survivor there are resources that can help you:

If you need urgent support

If you are in the UK you can reach out to the Samaritans by calling them on

116 123 in the UK or
116 123 (ROI)
You can also email the Samaritans at Jo@Samaritans.org

If you’re in the US you can reach out to RAINN at 1.800.656.HOPE

NAPAC


NAPAC

  • Providing a range of services which offer direct support to survivors
  • Ensuring that survivors know where they can go for help
  • Spreading best practice in the support of survivors among those who they may approach for help
  • Working with others to increase the provision and effectiveness of support for survivors
  • Standing up for survivors and representing their interests among those who are in a position to help improve their lives

CISters_Standup

CIS’ters

CIS’ters – surviving rape & sexual abuse

@CISters_Standup 

We provide emotional support for females aged 18+ who (as children/teens) were raped/sexually abused/exploited by a member of their immediate and/or extended family. We offer female survivors the opportunity to explore painful issues and their associated anxieties in a confidential environment.

This survivor Sue Crocombe has found them invaluable.

Pandora's Project


Pandora’s Project offers peer support to anyone who has been a victim of rape, sexual assault, or sexual abuse through our online support group, Pandora’s Aquarium.
We believe that connecting with other rape and sexual abuse survivors is an important part of healing. Our online support group includes a message board, chat room, and blogs.
It is free to join and is safely moderated by a diverse group of survivors.

What We Offer

Pandora’s Project offers a message board and chat room, free lending library, and numerous articles and resources. We welcome all survivors of sexual violence.
If you’ve been a victim of stranger rape, acquaintance or date rape, molestation, incest, childhood sexual abuse, partner or marital rape, gang rape, or any other type of sexual assault, you are welcome here as you recover and reclaim your life.

Other Twitter Chats

No More Shame

which is on Mondays in USA and Tuesday morning 2-3am in U.K.


Sex Abuse Chat

#SexAbuseChat  

is every Tuesday, 6pm pst/9pm est or 2am Wednesdays in U.K. with @RachelintheOC and @BobbiLParish

Links to the hosts other web sites

Elaine Hook Education Consultancy

Elaine Hook’s Personal Blog

Karen Pollock: Counselling in Northumberland

Sue’s Blog

Steven’s Blog (Mental Heath & Surviving Childhood Abuse)

Athena Moberg’s Blog

Contact

 

Contact Us
Feel free to contact us if you have any questions