Treating Young Victims of Sexual Abuse
Although the survivor’s story of Sarah Samantha Melida Malloy penned by author Carol Langdon Schumacher is fiction — this heartfelt tale touches on a subject that is very real.
Written as a therapeutic aid for children being treated for trama from sexual abuse, this unique story aims to support therapists and parents of children serious mental and physical challenges.
With subtle undertones only indirectly hinting at the issue of sexual assault and abuse, the story of Sarah Samantha Melinda Malloy revolves around her daily experiences as a sexual assault survivor. This one-of-a-kind tale strives to impress upon children that they are not alone — helping them be more open to discussions aimed at jumpstarting their long-term healing process.
Knowing the importance of helping children understand their abuse, Schumacher presents this easy-to-read book as a safe haven for sexually abused children — shedding light on a disheartening reality that continues to impact the lives of children around the world.
Called “inspirational and relatable” by licensed therapists, the survivor’s story of Sarah Samantha Melinda Malloy is destined to find its way into many therapy offices for years to come.