Kubal, Kim. “Writing Your Strength to Heal,” Survivorship, vol. 14 (4). http://www.survivorship.org/ UN Council, 2007 – submission to be part of a presentation by Jeanne Sarson and Linda MacDonald, nurse educators, at the UN Council to identify ritual abuse/torture as a human rights violation and a form of torture by non-state actors, i.e., mothers, fathers, other family relatives, guardians, and like-minded others.
Kubal, Kim. Your Strength to Heal: A Guide for Survivors, Their Caregivers and Clinicians dealing with Trauma, PTSD and Addiction, to be published shortly.
Kubal, Kim & Grant, Gabriella: Presenters, 2010 Trauma Conference, South San Francisco , CA .
Kubal, Kim: Moderator, Trauma Survivor Panel, 2010 Trauma Conference, South San Francisco , CA
Kubal, Kim. “Your Strength to Heal Trauma Center ,” San Mateo County Behavioral Health & Recovery Services Training Committee, July 2009.
Kubal, Kim & Danylchuck, Lynette. “Trauma,” The Institute of Transpersonal Psychology Wellness Center , June 2009.
Kubal, Kim. “Recovery from Trauma,” San Mateo Mental Health Trauma Informed Workgroup, June 2009.
Kubal, Kim & Danylchuck, Lynette. “Trauma Recovery,” Women's Recovery Association, April 2009. Kubal, Kim. “Recovery from Trauma, PTSD and Addiction,” Foothill College, Los Altos, CA (2007-2009), San Francisco State Graduate Psychology Dept., CA (2009), Skyline College, San Mateo, CA (2003-2006), and Canada College, Redwood City, CA (2003).
Kubal, Kim. “Healing from the Spiritual Aspects of Ritual Abuse ,” SMART conference (major survivors' conference for severe trauma, PTSD, mind control and torture), August 2007.
Kubal, Kim. “Recovery from Trauma,” Interview with the Editor of mkzine on a local PBS radio station from Olympia , WA , May 14, 2005 .
Kubal, Kim & Danylchuck, Lynette. Three-day workshop for survivors who are recovering from trauma and abuse. This workshop offered insight into the healing process within a spiritual context. Vallambrosa Retreat Center , Menlo Park , CA , October 2008.
San Mateo County Behavioral Health and Recovery Services Trauma Informed Workgroup. San Mateo County Behavioral Health and Recovery Services Comprehensive, Continuous, Integrated System of Care Change Agent Workgroup. Planning Committee for 2010 Trauma May 12 Conference.
Strength To Heal offers hope, inspiration and healing for survivors of trauma including sexual abuse, physical abuse, emotional abuse and ritual abuse. We will share survivor and caregiver stories, clinicians' helpful tools and comprehensive resources which the author has found helpful in her own recovery from severe trauma. This website is based on the soon to be published book "Your Strength to Heal - A Guide for Survivors, Caregivers and Clinicians Dealing with Trauma, PTSD and Addiction".