Teresa Pitt Green is a practicing Catholic and founding member of the Survivor Fellowship in the Diocese of Arlington. She was abused by a series of priests during her youth and teen years.
For ten years Teresa served on a diocesan advisory board for implementing child protection and survivor outreach. She continues to provide workshops and retreats for survivors, for loved ones who carry secondary trauma, and for priests, deacons, nuns and others supporting survivors and their families.
Her volunteer work reaches out to other survivor support groups, including the Northern Virginia Human Trafficking Initiative. Her audiences have included many ministries within the diocese of Arlington, judges and lawyers groups, therapeutic care groups, the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops annual child protection conference and Saint Luke’s Institute.
Teresa owns her own small business.
By Rev. Louis S. Fiorelli OSFS and Teresa Pitt Green
A workbook for spiritual companionship supporting adult survivors of child abuse. based on the authors’ workshops
By T. Pitt Green
A chronicle of how others helped the author, who never abandoned her faith, to reconcile with the Church
By T. Pitt Green
Recovery from child abuse can benefit from making distinctions between what was then – and what is now.
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