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Bo



Joined: 14 Dec 2009
Posts: 22

PostPosted: Mon Mar 08, 2010 10:10 pm    Post subject: Texas, Dallas-Fort Worth area ASCA

Several people in your area are interested in attending an ASCA self-help support group. You already have more than enough people to start a group! The next step is to connect with each other!

The purpose of this discussion forum is to connect adult survivors of child abuse that live in and around the Texas Dallas-Fort Worth area so that they may organize and create an ASCA self-help support group.

An e-mail was sent to subscribers of the ASCA newsletter that live in the area directing them to this forum. If you live in this area and are interested in starting or attending an ASCA support group meeting, please post your support and ideas for organizing.

To communicate privately amongst each other, make sure to enable the e-mail option when you register so that you may send e-mails to each other privately. You will also need to make at least one post so that people can contact you.

I encourage you to post on the forum itself, rather than only privately e-mailing each other, otherwise, it's like being in a town hall, where instead of people talking to the whole group, they're just talking to one person sitting next to them, and the whole group really doesn't know what's being discussed, therefore others will not have a chance to contribute to the conversation and collaborate.

You will need to register before you can post to the forum.


All support meeting literature is free
Starting an ASCA group is an attainable goal and a rewarding experience. You can do it! All the support materials you need to start and maintain an ASCA self-help support group can be downloaded for free from our website: hllp*://ascasupport.org/meetings.php

You can also purchase or download for free our primary workbook, the Survivor to Thriver manual: hllp*://ascasupport.org/manual.php

You can even observe how an actual meeting works with this PowerPoint presentation:
hllp*://ascasupport.org/_powerpointFiles/ASCAMeetingTour.ppt

ASCA Meeting Audio File
Listen to this audio example of an ASCA meeting (re-enactment)
Note: File will open in your browser's default audio application.
It may take a few moments to begin streaming depending on your browser and default audio application.
ASCA Meeting Audio Example mp3: hllp*://ascasupport.org/_audio/ascaMeetingExample.mp3

Get Full Access
To gain full access to all of our support materials for free, click here and create a username and password for yourself:
hllp*://ascasupport.org/information.php?type=meetings

You will then have access to a 30 page guidebook titled "Tips for Starting a Community Based ASCA Group", a cofacilitator training manual, a detailed script for facilitating an ASCA meeting, and a whole lot more!

A Very High-Quality Program by Any Standards
The Morris Center, in collaboration with a team of respected therapists and community volunteers, designed and implemented our first ASCA meetings in the San Francisco Bay Area. Over the years, we have continued to update and evolve the program in conjunction with solid research, testing, and participant feedback.

You can do it!
The ASCA program has been employed for over a decade by a number of groups in cities throughout the world. You really can do this!

We're Here to Help
If you have any questions, need more information, or just want some moral support, please contact us. We would love to hear from you!

Wishing you all success,
Outreach Team
The Morris Center for healing from child abuse
hllp*://www.ascasupport.org
info@ascasupport.org
or use our webmail form: hllp*://ascasupport.org/_forms/webMailForm.html
(415) 937-1854
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Joined: 02 Apr 2010
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PostPosted: Fri Apr 02, 2010 1:50 pm    Post subject: new to this

I am a 45 year old survivor. Going back to college. I have alot of catching up to do. My abuse started in kindergartern when I was raped by an older boy. Later around the ages of 7-10 I was forced to have intercourse by an neighbor male who was 4 years older. There was alot of crazy sh... when I was younger, I'm just know starting to deal with it or face it. Not sure where to start here, but it's good to have people to talk to about this. Hope to hear from someone soon. My e-mail is roger78073@*.con

Roger
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twreck2



Joined: 20 Feb 2011
Posts: 5
Location: US

PostPosted: Mon Feb 21, 2011 6:26 am    Post subject: Ready to Start a Support Group in Dallas Area

I am a 48 year old survivor of child abuse. I have been on the healing path for quite some years. I worked for a group engaged in survivor support in the 90's. I am stable and have community support for group activity. Please feel free to contact me for info about attending group meetings in the Garland area of Dallas County.
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