teaches girls, women and mothers and daughters how to reconnect with their authentic voices.She
empowers women to speak their truths and to claim their entitlement to speak, be heard, and be visible to themselves and in all their relationships. She
examines the unrecognised epidemic of emotional silence among women in her
book "The silent female
scream - lessons in hearing, claiming and speaking our lost voices".She
writes how women are still being silenced every day and how they then continue the silencing by silencing themselves and each other.This is extremely damaging for their relationship with themselves and for mothers and daughters, as well as for women's status and power in the world.
book Rosjke tells her
own and other women's stories of being silenced and their journeys back to themselves.She
writes about how she
started to wake-up and wonder why she
believed that she
had to be this listening caring woman in order to be liked or feel visible.Why she
automatically assumed that she
had said or done something wrong when someone became angry with her
for speaking her
mind or saying "no".
book and The Silent Female Scream Revolution, Rosjke
aims to give hope, a wake-up call and a road map that will empower girls and women to join together and start their individual journeys to reclaiming their authentic voices, rights and visibility.Rosjke Hasseldine is a writer, speaker, relationship consultant, and psychotherapist.She
is one of only a few psychotherapists in the world to specialise in the mother-daughter relationship.She has been researching the mother-daughter relationship for twenty years and has been featured in a number of magazines and newspapers, namely - Red, She, Cosmopolitan, Prima, The Times, Nottingham Evening Post and on BBC Radio Nottingham.Rosjke was born in New Zealand and after studying in the United States, she and her family moved to live in Nottingham England.She has a BEd (University of Canterbury, NZ) and a MSc in Counselling (Indiana University, USA).She is an accredited member of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (MBACP), Member of the New Zealand Association of Counsellors (MNZAC), a member of the Association for Research on Mothering at York University Canada, and a Professional member of the American Counseling Association (ACA).