The Right to Innocence
The right To Innocence was one of the first books written on how to recover from sexual abuse and has become a classic in the field.
Beverly has worked extensively with victims of sexual abuse and was herself sexually abused as a child. In THE RIGHT TO INNOCENCE, she offers hope for recovery with exercises, visualizations, and techniques that support you through a seven-step program, that will aid you in: facing the truth, releasing your anger, confronting those responsible with facts and feelings, forgiving yourself, and more healing advice and information.
You don’t have to remain a victim of childhood sexual abuse. With the loving support and practical guidance in THE RIGHT TO INNOCENCE, you can reclaim your power and your right to health and happiness.
A practical and powerful must-read book for all who have suffered childhood sexual abuse, their family members and loved ones, and for all mental health professionals.
Hardcover – Jeremy Tarcher, Los Angeles, 1989
Paperback – Fawcett, New York, 1990
- Over one million copies sold
- Washington Post article
- Behavioral Sciences Book Club
- National television and radio coverage (Sally Jessy Raphael, Michael Jackson Radio program) and nearly one hundred local TV and radio stations (AM Boston, AM Philadelphia, AM northwest).
- Often recommended by Library of Congress on “Read More About It” segments after TV movies on childhood abuse.
- National Book Tour for Hard and Soft Editions