Helpful Web Links

The following links to articles or websites are in no particular order. Some are sites about the MK/TCK experience in general.  Others deal with healing from abuse or trauma. They are offered as suggestions only and their content is not necessarily endorsed by MKSN.  

1. A list of therapists who understand TCKs can be found at  http://internationaltherapistdirectory.com

2. STARR: Sexual Trauma and Abuse Recovery Resources   http://www.committedtofreedom.org  

3. Teresa Lea: "Healing the Body Mind complex for lifelong solutions"    http://www.intouchinlife.com  

4. MaleSurvivor provides critical resources to male survivors of sexual trauma and all their partners in recovery by building communities of Hope, Healing and Support.   http://www.malesurvivor.org

5. Michèle Phoenix is an MK with a ministry to MKs, helping them and educating churches about their strengths, struggles and needs.   http://michelephoenix.com   

6. Lois Bushong's Reflections on the lives of TCKs, expats and counselors.    http://mangotreereflections.com/resources/

7. National Assocation of Adult Survivors of Sexual Abuse http://www.naasca.org/010111-Recovery.htm 

8. Emerging from Broken  http://emergingfrombroken.com

9. Communicating.Across.Boundaries   http://communicatingacrossboundariesblog.com/tck-resources/

10. Third Culture Kids on Pinterest - Links to articles, Graphics, Quotes, Etc.   https://www.pinterest.com/explore/third-culture-kid/

11. An online magazine for TCKs    http://denizenmag.com/about/

12. When a Woman Finds Her Voice: Overcoming Life's Hurts & Using your Story to Make a Difference   by Jo Ann Fore  (Catherine Darnell, MKSN Canadian Board Member, tells part of her story in this book.) 

13. A Candle in the Darkness by Wess Stafford http://www.christianitytoday.com/ct/2010/may/9.23.html

14. The Long Journey Home: Understanding and Ministering to the Sexually Abused  by Andrew Schmutzer, Ph.D.,  an MK abuse survivor.  

15. MKs, TCKs & Friends Creative Arts Group https://www.facebook.com/groups/789736741044679/?ref=bookmarks

16. TCKWorld: http://www.tckworld.com

17. Outside the Shadows http://outoftheshadows.today

18. Dee Ann Miller is the author of How Little We Knew and has been an advocate for MK abuse survivors since the 1980s.  (Waiting for verification of her website.)

19. https://acestoohigh.com/2016/08/10/childhood-trauma-leads-to-lifelong-ch...

20. Dee Miller has been an advocate for MKs for many years and a friend of MKSafetyNet since our beginning. http://www.takecourage.org