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The Journey to Hope
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Dr. Becca Johnson is a recognized and respected leader with a passion to help the hurting heal. With over 25 years of experience as a licensed psychologist she brings a unique perspective and set of skills that enable a holistic approach to recovery and restoration for survivors of sexual abuse and exploitation. Currently, Dr. Johnson serves as the International Training Director for Rescue: Freedom International, a non-profit organization that empowers the rescue and restoration of those trapped in sexual slavery and prevents exploitation. As a sought after expert, she has provided training for those working with victims of sexual abuse, human trafficking, and exploitation. She trains on topics such as trauma care and recovery to programs globally and has provided training for International Justice Mission (IJM), Shared Hope International, Salvation Army and many other organizations. Last year alone she trained over 2,000 social workers, care providers and clinicians from 45 countries in workshops and clinics held in 14 countries. Dr. Johnson is the clinical advisor for Engedi Refuge, a recovery home for sexually exploited women. She has provided individual and group therapy as well as training for their staff and volunteers. Since 2006, she has consulted and trained on sex-trafficking victim aftercare for Agape International Mission (AIM), both in the United States and abroad. She is actively involved with Royal Family KIDS (in both North and South America) and Teen Reach Adventure Camp - camp, club, and mentoring programs for abused and neglected children in the foster care system. Dr. Johnson also founded TRuST (Trauma Recovery for Survivors of Trafficking), a collaborative anti-trafficking network of mental health professionals. Dr. Johnson is the author of books on child abuse (For Their Sake: Recognizing, Responding and Reporting Child Abuse, ACA, 1991), guilt (Good Guilt, Bad Guilt, IVP, 1996) and anger (Overcoming Emotions that Destroy, co-authored with Chip Ingram, Baker Books, 2008). Becca and her husband live in Bellingham, Washington (USA) and have five grown children.

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