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“Rescued,” an autobiography by Alana Brayboy, will be exhibited at the 2020 BookExpo New Title Showcase

A survivor of childhood and teenage abuse offers certain readers the tools to break the cycle of abuse so they could live a life of hope and forgiveness.

New Baltimore, MI, U.S.A – WEBWIRE

Alana Brayboy shares her harrowing story of abuse in her autobiography titled, “Rescued” (Xulon; 2018). The book tells how she endured atrocious sexual, physical, and emotional abuse starting from age 5 to 17. It also details her journey toward recovery and transition to clinical therapy, victim counseling, and awareness advocacy. 
“Rescued” will be making the round at book fairs across the country. ReadersMagnet will exhibit the book at the 2020 BookExpo New Title Showcase on July 22 - 26, 2020 in New York.
Although being a therapeutic effort, “Rescued” serves as the author’s extension of her advocacy to help others break the crippling cycle of abuse. Writing the book has been an empowering experience for her. In fact, she never thought about writing a book, much less an abuse awareness tool, until she took her Masters.
“I have a voice. I can be heard,” said Brayboy during her guesting in ‎This Week in America with Ric Bratton, “When I realized that my therapist and everybody that take the time to hear me, believe me and my story, that was so powerful to know that this was something that happened to me.
“There is hope and help out there that I didn’t have to hide in a dark place or run away from my pain, but I could face it in a therapeutic, helpful way. I am able to be bold enough and courageous to have a voice to speak and reach out to other people, that there is hope and they can get help.”
Share Alana Brayboy’s story today. Order “Rescued” on Amazon and Barnes & Noble.
Author | Alana Brayboy
Published date | October 8, 2018
Publisher | Xulon Press
Paperback price | $13.49
About the Author
Alana Brayboy, LLPC, CADC, has been a clinical therapist since 2010. Her specialties are trauma/abuse, children/adolescents, and substance use/addictions. She has 8+ years of experience working with the substance-use population. This earns her the ability to work with the courts and mental health counselors. She also runs groups to help clients with substance abuse and mental health issues. Her faith is her greatest asset. She sees herself as God’s instrument in helping people bring change to their minds, hearts, and behaviors.

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 Alana Brayboy
 Survivor Of Child Abuse
 Clinical Therapy
 Hope And Forgiveness

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