How to Save Your Inner Wonder Woman is a guide for partners, allies, and caregivers of childhood sexual abuse survivors. It uses the DC comic book superhero Wonder Woman to heal compassion fatigue.
Author, and male survivor of childhood sexual abuse, Kenneth Rogers, Jr. strives to help professional caregivers and the loved ones of survivors of childhood sexual abuse battle the effects of burnout, compassion fatigue, and secondary traumatic stress.
With Wonder Woman as an extended metaphor, the reader is taken on the healing journey of the caregiver to learn the strategies needed to practice trauma stewardship in the midst of understanding and helping male and female survivors heal from their childhood sexual abuse.
Previous books in the series include:
· Heroes, Villains, and Healing: A Guide for Male Survivors of Child Sexual Abuse Using D.C. Comic Superheroes and Villains
· How to Master Your Inner Superman: A Guide for Male Survivors of Childhood Sexual Abuse Using Superman to Help Conquer the Need for Facades
· How to Kill Your Batman: A Guide for Male Survivors of Childhood Sexual Abuse Using Batman to Heal Hypervigilance
Rogers says, "How to Slow Your Inner Flash is my next project that will help male and female survivors of childhood sexual abuse battle workaholism using The Flash."
About the Author: A native of Peoria, Illinois, award-winning author Kenneth Rogers, Jr. has been a secondary English teacher for ten years and currently lives in Baltimore, Maryland. "After writing my self-help book, Heroes, Villains, and Healing, I realized there was still more that could be written to help other male survivors. Each comic character (whether hero or villain) could be used to focus on a specific trauma to help other survivors."