Rachael Brooks, Author & Speaker

Rachael Brooks

Author & Speaker

http://www.rachaelbrooks.com%20

Rachael Brooks is a writer and public speaker in the sexual violence prevention and mental wellness sectors, located in Raleigh, NC. She currently speaks with and serves on the board of InterAct of Wake County, a North Carolina area nonprofit focusing on giving sexual assault survivors a voice. Rachael is the author of Beads (Koehler Books), a memoir detailing her journey from sexual assault victim to survivor. Beads speaks to the challenges that sexual assault victims face and the range of emotions they experience throughout the recovery process. Her story takes place immediately following her graduation from UNC-Chapel Hill and describes the many injustices she experienced within the justice system, which are still very pertinent today.

Strolling the Target aisles with her youngest, having impromptu cul-de-sac parties, watching college basketball, and frequenting the many different local coffee shops are among her favorite activities.

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Accepting the Pandemic Burnout and How to Move Forward

by Rachael Brooks
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We All Deserve to be Selfish Sometimes

by Rachael Brooks
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The Giving Season

by Rachael Brooks
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Wearing Our Support Bead

by Rachael Brooks
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Give Yourself Permission to Say ‘Yes’

by Rachael Brooks
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Why ‘I May Destroy You’ is a Show We All Need to Watch

by Rachael Brooks
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Back to the Basics

by Rachael Brooks
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The Unknown Bead of Life

by Rachael Brooks
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The Value of Pressing Pause for Our Mental Wellness

by Rachael Brooks

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