In the Press
As a child Emma-Jane was told she was a failure, the girl going nowhere & had a juvenile delinquent badge slapped on her when she was 13 by her psychiatrist. It wasn’t until much later that she felt able to share her true story, now with purpose and passion she speaks out against child sex abuse and fights to help victims to turn their lives around. Frequently featured in newspapers and magazines, seen on TV and heard on UK Health Radio, Emma Jane shares some of her latest features with you below.
Thrilled to be taking ‘…the continued silence’ over to UK Health Radio, to share with their 1.3 million listeners!
I am not afraid to speak openly about the reality of child sex abuse, the lateral conversations attached to this deeply complex conversation and how child sex abuse ruins lives and futures. I would love allies to listen before it is too late, please do take a listen to this month’s show, Sibling Sexual Abuse, yes it happens, and happens more often than you might think.
If you would like to discuss or need support for these conversations, please do get in touch with me here.
Emma-Jane speaks to former ITN Journalist, Sonia Poulton once a month on RISE BNT, to openly discuss what is in the news around the conversations of Child Sex Abuse. For more information on these interviews follow Emma-Jane on Twitter.