Rebekkah Adams has worked for over 21 years in crisis/trauma work in both front line and senior management roles, in shelters for women and children, rape crisis centres, violence against women outreach programs, sexual abuse treatment programs and mental health treatment centres. Rebekkah is an Expressive Arts and PlayTherapist, also holding diplomas in Police Sciences and certifications in Non-Profit Management and Human Resources.
She is a member of the Association of Traumatic Stress Specialists, International Association of Expressive Arts Therapists, The Canadian Women’s Studies Association of Canada, and International Critical Incident Stress Foundation.
She completed the Humber School for Writing Program and has worked as a journalist, children’s author, and fiction writer with an extensive portfolio of published works. Most recently she has published Glass Houses: Saving Feminist Anti-Violence Agencies from Self-Destruction, which was featured at the Congress of Humanities and Social Sciences in British Columbia. This book has been nominated for Book of the Year by the Canadian Women’s Studies Association. She is also a member of The Writers’ union of Canada.
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