37 min

Episode 662: A Memoir of Stolen Boyhood with Stephen Mills The Trauma Therapist

    • Self-Improvement

Stephen Mills is the author of CHOSEN: A Memoir of Stolen Boyhood, in which he recounts his childhood sexual abuse by a summer camp director, the long painful process of recovery, and his quest to stop a serial predator and find justice. The New York Times has called the book "a searing, haunting, urgent cri de coeur." The Pulitzer-prize-winning novelist, Junot Diaz, says CHOSEN is "a work of shattering, almost unbearable radiance. It is destined to be a classic because this is a book that will save lives.

Since 1983, he has advised and written for an array of public interest organizations in the fields of human rights, civil liberties, and the environment. He is honored to serve as an Ambassador for CHILD USA, the leading nonprofit fighting for the civil rights of children.

In This Episode

Stephen’s website

Stephen Mills is the author of CHOSEN: A Memoir of Stolen Boyhood, in which he recounts his childhood sexual abuse by a summer camp director, the long painful process of recovery, and his quest to stop a serial predator and find justice. The New York Times has called the book "a searing, haunting, urgent cri de coeur." The Pulitzer-prize-winning novelist, Junot Diaz, says CHOSEN is "a work of shattering, almost unbearable radiance. It is destined to be a classic because this is a book that will save lives.

Since 1983, he has advised and written for an array of public interest organizations in the fields of human rights, civil liberties, and the environment. He is honored to serve as an Ambassador for CHILD USA, the leading nonprofit fighting for the civil rights of children.

In This Episode

Stephen’s website

37 min