Dr. Cathy Kezelman was a practicing medical practitioner for 20 years. She is a director of ASCA (Adults Surviving Child Abuse), an organisation which advocates for the more than 2 million Australian adult survivors of some form of abuse or neglect. She has held leadership roles within ASCA for close to a decade, having served 2 terms as chairperson and recently as CEO. She is also a current director of MHCC (Mental Health Co-ordinating Council NSW) and is an active advocate for the protection of children and meeting the needs of Australian adult survivors of child abuse through trauma-informed approach to care. Early in 2010 she published her memoir, Innocence Revisited – a tale in parts, her story of recovery from child abuse.
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