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We would appreciate your input and ideas so that our website can be of more use to victims in the healing process.

I would appreciate your feedback on what we have on the website now, and your suggestions of what would be helpful for us to add to this website. You will be helping us shape the information and resources that we include in this website.
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We want this website to be both informational and supportive in the healing process from sexual child abuse. As a community of victims (and hopefully overcomers), it is wonderful for us to help each other. And your suggestions and feedback will be a part of helping us all. Thanks!!
-- Sincerely, Nancy Williams, Founder

We appreciate your thoughts, and your time in filling out this form:

What additional non-commercial websites should we have links to that would be useful in the healing process?

Has our list of books been helpful to you with the links to Amazon to read more about these books and the reviews at Amazon of these books by others?

If you purchased these books on your own, or borrowed from our library, we would appreciate feedback on how these books are helping you.

Have you been attending support groups such as Overeaters Anonymous, Alcoholics Anonymous, Eating Disorders Anonymous?

Have the links to these support groups from our website encouraged you to attend or to think about attending support groups? And if you have attended, have these support groups been helpful for you, and in what way?

What other resources or ideas would you suggest that we include in our website that would be useful for a victim's knowledge and/or to encourage you to start or continue on your healing journey?

What other topics would you like to see included at our website?   
(For example, I am considering asking an expert to write an article on the topic of how an eating disorder develops from and is related to having been sexually abused as a child. Would that be helpful? And what other topics would be helpful?)

If you have been a victim, please tell us about yourself
     I have been a victim of sexual child abuse and:
   I am struggling to overcome addictions
   I am trying to figure out how to get started with my healing
   I am just starting my healing process
   I am in therapy and making progress
   I am in therapy and feeling stuck. I am reaching out for more
           information to help me.

   I am in therapy and thinking I may need to change therapists
           or the direction I am going with my therapy.

If you are a health care provider, please tell us about yourself:
   I am a psychiatrist, psychologist, or counselor
   I work on staff with a clinic that helps with addictions
   I work on staff at an Eating Disorder clinic
   I am a Professional in this field in another capacity.

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As you view this website, we would appreciate your suggestions and thoughts by your filling out our Survey/Feedback page   This helps us know what is helpful about this site and what could be improved or added to help more people. Thank you.

NOTE: Inclusion in our list of organizations, books, counselors, and other links and resources does not necessarily indicate a recommendation or endorsement. What is helpful for another survivor may not be right for you. As always, use your own judgment when contacting any of these organizations. Advice given at this website, or in conjunction with Joshua Childrens Foundation activities is not to be taken as a counseling or clinical relationship but only as suggestion based on the founders personal experience as a sex abuse victim resulting in bulimia eating disorder and the healing journey from that. Articles, links, or content contained on this website should not be used as a substitute for professional medical care or attention by a qualified practitioner, nor should it be inferred as such. Always check with your doctor if you have any questions or concerns about a specific condition. Joshua Childrens Foundation does not take any responsibility and is held harmless from any actions by anyone associated with the websites we link to.

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