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Sarah Henderson
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Christian Lay Counselling: Supporting Parents at the Expense of Protecting Children
There is a common occurrence within counselling in fundamentalist
churches, in which a lay person, often someone with some experience or some
qualifications, but not truly qualified, opens a client-therapist relationship
with a fellow church member. Dependi...

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The Curse of Being Bound to an Image
It's been over nine years since I left my parents and over time my perception of how much progress I've made in my life has changed many times, fluctuating between sometimes thinking I am doing a terrible job at being an adult and sometimes thinking I am do...

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The Curse of Being Bound to an Image
It's been over nine years since I left my parents and over time my perception of how much progress I've made in my life has changed many times, fluctuating between sometimes thinking I am doing a terrible job at being an adult and sometimes thinking I am do...

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The Impact of Parental Values and Opinions on Educational Outcomes: My Perspective
The impact of attitudes towards education, especially higher education, and its impact on adult life, has recently come up in discussion in the home school survivor community. We all have different experiences and heard  variations of different messages whi...

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Socialization and Psychological Maltreatment: Isolating Children and Teenagers
This post deals with parents isolating and controlling their children’s
social interactions; of course my parents and many other homeschooling parents
have engaged in many other forms of control, but this is one that people don't
seem to realize is a proble...

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Navigating the Justice System Part III: As a Young Adult
Please see also  Navigating the Justice System Part 1: Alone at Age 9  and  Navigating the Justice System: When my Parents Went to Court When I was about 17, I  moved out . Once it was truly clear to me that what happened in my home was abusive and not norm...
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