I feel more comfortable discussing sexual [maltreatment] because I feel I can do so in a way that is more appropriate and respectful of survivors.
It made a big and positive impression on my husband who’s been struggling with understanding the #MeToo movement for months now.
I am already invested in improving and working on my mental health, and this was such a great boost and so validating to those with PTSD.
I felt like I better understood how a sexual [maltreatment] victim actually feels and goes through the steps of healing; not some overly dramatized tv version of a person, but how a real person would react and handle situations.
The story and family dynamics in the show were virtually identical to the most difficult family case I ever worked on.
The opportunity to walk in her shoes through this immersive theater experience was life-changing.