What survivors wish you knew, but couldn’t tell you
To: social workers, therapists, medical professionals, integrative health practitioners, and any individual with an interest in helping people
From: severely disabled survivors of human trafficking and invisible violence
The disability rights movement leaves many disabled people invisible
Disabled people have been silenced for centuries, and it’s still happening now
Mainstream perspectives ignore even scientific studies of disabled perspectives
Hearing people who are systemically silenced requires a new way of thinking
How, then, can the voices of intersectionalized disabled people be heard?
Invitation to Intuitive community
Recommended reading and resources
Intuitive Invisibles, co-creators, & allies
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