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Child Abuse & Neglect Survey

My name is Sandra Trott. I am currently working on my dissertation to obtain a doctorate in counseling psychology. I am in need of participants for my study. The purpose of my study is to explore how abuse/neglect in childhood and or adulthood affects interpersonal relationships and interactions with coworkers. I was drawn to this particular topic due to the abuse my sisters and I endured during childhood and the domestic violence my mother and two of my sisters have experienced in their marriages. This new line of research might provide mental health professionals and crisis workers additional insights as to areas that survivors may need support.

The survey is completely anonymous and confidential. No identifying information is collected and participation is voluntary. It will take individuals approximately 20 to 30 minutes to complete the survey. Detailed information and consent statement are located on the page prior to proceeding with the survey at the link below. Thank you for your help. Please feel free to contact me should you have questions.

Sandra Trott

Survey Link =https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/workplaceinteractions

My Facebook page is located at   https://www.facebook.com/Workplace-Relationships-Study-Participation-1674804079422545/timeline/

 

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isolatedmonkey on Tuesday, 19 April 2016 14:01

I wrote a book on this. isolatedmonkey.com It's about denial and false perception. My search started off from two questions. How could my mother allow my abuse and why did her family not see it. Abused kids are resilient, if they can get help. But we as a people of this world have been taught not to question, just accept and move on. Whether it's child abuse, government or corporate abuse, religious abuse, it's all the same. And it continues because of our inability to stand up and deal with it.

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I wrote a book on this. isolatedmonkey.com It's about denial and false perception. My search started off from two questions. How could my mother allow my abuse and why did her family not see it. Abused kids are resilient, if they can get help. But we as a people of this world have been taught not to question, just accept and move on. Whether it's child abuse, government or corporate abuse, religious abuse, it's all the same. And it continues because of our inability to stand up and deal with it.

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