Child Maltreatment Can Be Prevented!

In Real Life, Not Just by Fictional HEA Endings


Thanks, Sally, for the opportunity to tell your readers a little about me, my debut novel, and the nonprofit child welfare agency to which author proceeds have been donated in support of the prevention of child maltreatment.

I’ve worked in the field of child advocacy for over forty years. In 2002, I accepted a job as a children’s psychotherapist for our local mental health center. It was an intensive day treatment program. Many of the kids in the program had been abused, some sexually. Part of my job was to facilitate group therapy sessions.
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