Family Scapegoating Abuse (FSA) Public Service Announcement – Now Available on YouTube

It’s been exciting to see the interest growing in my research on family scapegoating abuse (FSA) since I published my book, Rejected, Shamed, and Blamed, two years ago. I’m pleased to be able to share a short video clip excerpted and re-worked for my own use from a PSA I was asked to create for a Mental Health organization regarding the effects of family scapegoating abuse on children and adult survivors, as identified via my FSA research (link to video is included near the end of this post). To facilitate sharing, I have started an FSA Education YouTube channel and will be adding videos covering critical topics related to family scapegoating abuse as time allows.

If you are an FSA adult survivor or a clinician who treats clients suffering from FSA in your practice, I encourage you to subscribe to my new YouTube channel and share this PSA video (linked below) on social media and scapegoating-related forums you participate in with the hashtags #scapegoat, #fsaeducation, and #fsaawareness. If you have your own YouTube channel and would like to share this video with your audience, you are welcome to do so (with attribution).

Once I reach 1000 subscribers, YouTube will allow me to live-stream. I’m excited about this possibility as I will be able to answer your questions about FSA and recovering from this devastating form of ‘invisible’ abuse in real-time. I therefore encourage you to let others know about my new channel and invite them to also subscribe.

You can check out my PSA on family scapegoating abuse here. Remember to ‘like’ and share the video and subscribe to my new channel (tap the notification bell to be alerted to new video releases). If there are FSA-related topics you’d like me to cover in future articles or YouTube videos, you can leave your suggestions in the comments below.

As always, I appreciate your support as we work together to increase awareness about the effects of family scapegoating abuse on children and adult survivors. Together we can make a difference!

1 thought on “Family Scapegoating Abuse (FSA) Public Service Announcement – Now Available on YouTube”

  1. I’m so happy and thankful that l found you. My cruelest experience with the FSA is seeing my whole family against me and they treat me as I’m this crazy person. I don’t like it at all because l am a very nice person. I wish a lot of times l had a loving mother and family that doesn’t treat me in all the ways you spoke in your articles. Thank you for all you do for this topic and community I knew what l was against with this entity. I always said to my self God please don’t let me have a devastated effect on me mentally and emotionally.


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