The Path to Healing
March 27, 2000 (Berkeley, Calif.) -- Rape affects not just the victim but also her, or his, friends and family. The path to healing may be different for each person touched by the crime. Experts suggest that all those affected seek individual counseling, usually offered free of charge by rape crisis centers.
If you have a spouse, friend, or other family member who has been raped, here are some ways you can help:
Jolie Ann Bales is an attorney based in Berkeley, Calif. She has written for a number of legal and business publications.
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