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Topic: Therapy and Healing


Saving and healing the jailed children of poverty

October 31, 2014 · 

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October 31, 2014 by Father Shay Cullen Ricardo, 13, was squatting at the corner of an overcrowded cell, his head was resting on his knees and his hands covered his head. He was hiding his child-like face. It was a defensive posture for self-protection. He was a youth prisoner without being charged and with no […]

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Healing through emotional expression therapy

October 3, 2014 · 

We have all had some disappointment, sadness, hurt or emotional pain in our lives. Some has remained with us a lifetime. It is this emotional pain that we carry through life unresolved and something we want to forget, get over and banish from our memory. We want to forget. But it is something that is always deep within.

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Path to Freedom

July 15, 2014 · 

by: Father Shay Cullen July/August 2014 Far East Magazine (Magazine of the Columban Missionaries) As if the upheaval, death and destruction of Typhoon Haiyan (Yolanda) was not enough suffering for up to a million survivors, we are trying to protect the children and orphans among them from exploiters and traffickers. For example, Reggie, 17, is […]

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Ana and her psycho-social transformation

July 15, 2014 · 

by Rhoda Estinopo July 14, 2014 – Monday   Ana was brought in PREDA on April 28, 2011. She was rescued by Human Rights Team of PREDA  Foundation together with Social Workers from Municipal Social Welfare Office in Abucay Bataan. Allegedly, the child had an experience of incest perpetrated by the live-in partner of her […]

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THE RESCUE

July 11, 2014 · 

Fr. Shay Cullen – The dilapidated house and few small cottages falling apart made up what was called S.C.O.T.S. Foundation for abandoned children. It was set up by Lilian May Thomson, 65, from Dunfermline, Scotland. According to her US passport she is named as Lilian May Zimmer. Her house is in a remote place at the end of a small, narrow valley in Subic, Philippines.

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The Rescue of Rose from the Ruins of Yolanda

June 22, 2014 · 

by Angeli Eclevia Last May 20-23, 2014 I was assigned by Preda Foundation to go to Tacloban City for another round of preventive seminars in the schools and villages  with the Preda psycho-social trafficking prevention education team. The city is still greatly damaged and many buildings have not bee rebuilt. The poor people live in small shanty one […]

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PREDA launches anti-trafficking awareness building seminars and therapy for survivors.

May 23, 2014 · 

Click Here >>> PREDA launches anti-trafficking awareness building seminars and therapy for survivors.

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Girls lured into Philippine cybersex industry Saved by Preda therapists

May 6, 2014 · 

By Kate McGeown BBC News, Olongapo City, the Philippines Kim and Maricel (not their real names) Kim and Maricel were forced to work as cybersex chat girls in the city of OlongapoMaricel is a shy, attractive girl, who looks younger than her 15 years. But in her short life, she has already had to deal […]

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REGIE’S JOURNEY HOME

March 5, 2014 · 

PHOTO STORY REGGIE’S JOURNEY HOME, A FLIGHT TO FREEDOM. Reggie, 17, a victim of human trafficking from a remote village in Bogo, Northern Cebu, one of the towns badly affected by the powerful typhoon (Haiyan/Yolanda) in history to hit land. Desperate to look for a job to get food for his hungry family and grandmother, he was […]

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SAVING THE CHILDREN FROM DRUGS, POVERTY, AND PROSTITUTION

January 18, 2013 · 

By Fr. Shay Cullen When I first came to the beautiful Philippines as a missionary in 1969, I got to know and love the friendly, kind, Filipino people and I knew I would be happy here. But Missionary life is full of challenges and taking a stand for the downtrodden and the oppressed and fighting for […]

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