Examining the Psychology of Rape

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Earlier this month, six white men and women were arrested in West Virginia for allegedly kidnapping, sexually assaulting, and torturing a young African American woman. Among the questions: How will this woman recover from the trauma she's suffered?

Carolyn Moore — a licensed clinical psychologist and director of counseling at North Carolina Central University — talks about strategies for healing.



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