Clarinda Cuppage is an integrative counsellor, and in currently completing an MA in psychotherapy. She has an MSc in medical anthropology.
Clarinda developed the Survivors’ Voices project awareness project with the charity One in Four to promote understanding of impact of childhood sexual abuse. She developed a Survivors’ Voices film for NHS England and teaches mental health nursing and social work students about the lived experiences of survivors. She volunteered on the NAPAC national abuse helpline and is a counsellor at One in Four, and previously was a counsellor at CGL.
May 28, 2019 - Video
Numbing the Pain: Childhood Sexual Abuse and Addiction
Clarinda Cuppage and Lou Lebentz presenting at iCAAD London 2019. Childhood sexual abuse (CSA) has seemed at the forefront of many news items...