BUT, thankfully, speakers have quite a few options for approaching the topic. In this blog post, I just list four.
Trust me, there are so many styles and tools at a speaker’s disposal.
You are only limited by the ceiling of your creativity, and your courage.
Alright y’all, here are the four…….
Now not everyone chooses to lean so sharply dramatic. I recognized two speakers just last year who I told you all told stories that I never forgot.
High Five From WESurvive: Lavon Morris Grant A Spiritual Miracle
High Five From WESurvive: 3 Crucial Life Lessons From Survivor LaQuisha Hall
Frequently I give this type of speech to audiences like parents, law enforcement, teachers, or anyone who is most likely to come in contact with children or victims as a helper.
I wrote this post about some of the questions that I am asked most often when giving this type of speech.6 FAQ by Parents & Caretakers about Child Sexual Abuse
“We’ve been there, done that. Trauma, Pain, Abuse & Rape. These are the lessons that we brought back.”
–Tonya GJ Prince has been a leading subject matter expert (SME) in domestic violence and sexual violence.
For over 25 years she has helped people heal, prevent, and overcome domestic and sexual violence.
In order to accomplish this mission, she founded several diverse & inclusive platforms designed to allow Survivors to use their own voices including;
WESurviveAbuse.com, SurvivorAffirmations.com, & BraidtheLadder.org.
Tonya is an author, activist, advocate, Survivor, speaker, counselor, & mentor.
B.S. Organizational Management & Development/Bluefield College
Email: info (at) wesurviveabuse.com
Google Voice: (720)-593-9462
www.TonyaGJPrince.com- BraidtheLadder.org -SurvivorAffirmations.com
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