Thank you Helen
As mentioned below in Helen's welcome, apart from
my very personal need, interest and journey I also have a professional
interest. It is my personal journey that informs the one of professional that
can support so many other's in their own making sense of as well as informing
I have an interest in, and am passionate about, the affects and
effects of being an adult child of a survivor/s and am currently doing some
research, for what I hope, will be a published article and another forum for
voices to be heard and understood. If any one is willing to share their
experience/s please, feel free to contact me.
--- In mailto:Kresy-Siberia%40yahoogroups.com
Helen Bitner <helen.bitner@...> wrote:
> Please welcome
new member Simone to the group. She is of the 2nd generation of the Poles
"displaced" during and after WW2. Her father, as a young child, was deported
to Siberia and then sent to the refugee camp Valivade in India and from there
to England at around 12 years old.
> Simone has been searching
for years for information and appreciates what she found through this group.
She recently included her father's name on the virtual memorial wall.
She is a counsellor/psychotherapist who is considering writing an article for
the therapeutic world about transgenerational trauma, the silence and the
impact of. Her interests cover an
> individual's experience of being the
2nd/3rd generation and the affects and effects of being an adult child of a
> Kind regards
> Helen Bitner