Final part of a three part report into trying out pranic healing for self care by the Campaign Against Adult Grooming (CAAGe)
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CAAGe unravels the language around marriage fraud, and examines what constitutes adult grooming.
Claire Thompson of CAAGe (the Campaign Against Adult Grooming) reports back on her third session of Pranic Healing
Claire Thompson of CAAGe (The Campaign Against Adult Grooming) tries out Pranic Healing and reports back
CAAGe teams to support shared aims of UK Marriage Fraud
When a mother is worried about her daughter being groomed, CAAGe offers some helpful hints
A CAAGe (Campaign Against Adult Grooming) review of Restored, A handbook for Female Christian Survivors of Domestic Abuse, edited by Esther Sweetman
“Grooming Happens to Grown Ups Too” by Sarah McDugal
How does South Africa score for protection against grooming for adults?
CAAGe (Campaign Against Adult Grooming) signposts a free resource from Victim Focus: Caring for Yourself After Sexual Violence.
A CAAGe review of What Lies Behind the Curtain, by Claire Gray (Twitter: @clairegauthor)
A CAAGe review of Eve Was Shamed: How British Justice is Failing Women, by Helena Kennedy QC