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Askios consists of several non-profit projects, all offering free resources on and for adult survivors of childhood abuse. Askios is not an NGO or company. It is entirely a voluntary and self-financed personal venture.
On this page:
The Askios website
The Askios blog
The Askios e-group
Askios-SafePlace

The Askios website

This website is the primary entry point to Askios - the front door, if you like! From here you'll find information and links to all the other Askios projects.

The website itself has information on and for adult survivors of childhood abuse. Much of the information is arranged to help survivors begin and work through a healing process - so you will find sections on understanding the long-term effects of abuse, facing your past, dealing with issues that trouble you today as a result of your childhood experience, and developing and building up new strengths.
 
There are are also special sections of the website tailored for activists (social workers, NGOs, government, police, law), healers (psychiatrists, psychologists, counselors) and friends (supportive family members and friends of adult survivors).

The Askios e-group

The Askios e-group is for any responsible adult who cares about this issue. Here you can network with survivors, activists, NGOs, health professionals, lawyers, counselors, educators, family and friends - there are currently over 100 members here.
 

The e-group contains FOUR databases with information and contact details of organisations and individuals - both in India and around Asia - that work on these issues.

You can also share your news reports, feature articles, book reviews and recent studies, as well as announcements for upcoming seminars, conferences or workshops, on this group.

Click here to join the Askios e-group

Askios-SafePlace

A private online meeting place, only for survivors, where members can remain anonymous, yet interact freely and safely with each other. Please note that you must
a) first join the Askios e-group before you can join SafePlace
b) be a survivor (male or female) of childhood sexual, physical, and/or emotional abuse.

The Askios blog

A personal perspective with occasional writings on surviving childhood abuse. Click the title below to visit the blog:

The Askios blog