Episode 6

Sexual Trauma and Labels with Special Guest Rebecca Senack

***Disclaimer, this is a heavy topic and we encourage anyone who needs it to reach out for support. Resources listed below.***

This week Jennie and Ryan sat down with Rebecca Senack. Rebecca is a 25 year old social work major and sexual trauma survivor who sat down to talk to us about her story as well as, the implications and impacts labels can have. 

Rebecca is a 25 year old Ottawa resident who currently is completing her bachelors of social work degree at Carleton University. She works for the public school board as an educational assistant and for the city of Ottawa in the inclusive recreation branch. She identifies herself as a sexual trauma survivor and feels passionate about sharing her story and helping others find their voice. 

Show Notes: 

If you have questions for Rebecca or the HALI team following this episode please send us an email at havealittleinsight@gmail.com

Ottawa Rape Crisis Centre

http://orcc.net/

24 Hour Crisis Line:  613-562-2333 

The Sexual Assault Support Centre of Ottawa

https://sascottawa.com/

24 Hour Confidential Support Available:  613-234-2266

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Join Jennie as she discusses important social issues to expand our understanding and acceptance, in turn, contributing to a more kind and compassionate world.

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Jennie Leaver

Jennie is a Designer with a 15-year background in hospitality. Passionate about making a difference in this world, she teamed up with Ryan in 2019 to create Have A Little Insight after the two met waiting tables at Milestones Bar and Grill.

“I want to contribute to the good in this world. There is enough bad news, negative slants on things and anger. I want to bring people a different perspective, where we strive to create understanding, compassion and kindness. Where we look for the good and how we are connected as opposed to operating from fear, judgement and separation.”