Geri Henderson, PhD, currently teaches writing and literature in Asia and has published a number of articles on medieval mysticism and the pedagogy of language and writing in EFL environments.
Incest creates immense shame in families, shame that is crippling, especially for the victim. On the other hand, coming into the light of truth has been liberating; it has brought me more peace and freedom than I had before. (Excerpt from Healing From Incest: Intimate Conversations With My Therapist)
Geri Henderson, Ph.D.
Seanne L. Emerton, LIMHP, LMFT, LPC
Seanne Emerton, LIMHP, LMFT, LPC, is a mental health therapist and owner of Family Resources of Greater Nebraska, P.C. and a Certified Life-cycle Celebrant for whom the creation of appropriate ritual and celebration is integral to critical life stages.
Geri is very much a survivor. She was living the life of a victim before her healing journey began. It seemed like a long road before she could see herself as a survivor and live her life as such. This is the story of that road, the twists and turns it took, and the hope she has found along the way. (Excerpt from Healing From Incest: Intimate Conversations With My Therapist)