Webinar hosted by David S. Prescott,
Editor of Safer Society Press
Guest Speaker: Shoshanna Must, Ph.D.
Professionals often don’t have the chance to discuss the experiences of women working with men who have abused.
What are the challenges?
What have we learned about professional and personal boundaries?
Where can women go to discuss the issues?
What should men know in order to best be helpful to their colleagues?
This hour-long webinar conversation will address these and related topics.
Date: Thursday, January 28, 2021
Time: 3:00 – 4:00pm ET
Not able to attend this free webinar?
All registrants will receive a free recording of the webinar within seven business days. If you do not register for the webinar, you can still view the recording, but we will ask you for a small fee to help support future Safer Talk programs.
About the Speaker
Shoshanna Must is a full-time practitioner and Clinical Director for New York City office of Empire State Forensics. She is also on the board of the New York State Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers (NYSATSA), and an active member of the City Bar Working group which is dedicated to registration reform. She is also the author (with Gretchen Sofocleous, Ph.D.) of a chapter on challenges related to pregnancy in the book, Women Working in Criminal Justice: A Guidebook for Navigating Professional Challenges, by Laura Jakul and Bobbi Walling and published by Safer Society.