"It’s an honor for me to help someone know they are not alone, not crazy, not overreacting, and definitely not deserving of what happened to them." Lin is a MOCSA therapist who shares some suggestions for responding to survivors.
Part two: Jennifer Green has been a Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner (SANE) for 12 years. Listen as she talks about coping with the trauma in her career and shares a special message for all survivors. "I want to take this opportunity to thank every patient that trusted a SANE nurse...
I have been a sexual assault nurse examiner for over 12 years (and) I have witnessed profound strides in community response and supports…Darryl Oliver
Part one: Listen as Jennifer Green, Clinical Forensic Care Program Manager at Saint Luke's Hospital, shares what inspired her to become a Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner (SANE). This project was recorded in February 2020 at KKFI studios.
CiCi Glasgow shares how wearing overalls and healing from childhood trauma helped her realize that "the hugest declaration of independence that I can have is to be unapologetically myself." This was recorded in February 2020 at KKFI studios.
Ellen shares with her daughter, Sadie, some examples of how they talk about personal safety at home.Darryl Oliver
Ellen is a licensed clinical social worker, a middle and high school counselor, a mother, and a former education and outreach specialist with MOCSA. Listen as she and her daughter, Sadie, share some examples of how they talk about personal safety at home. Recorded in February 2020 at KKFI studios...
"Everybody has a role that they can play to help prevent sexual violence and to support survivors." Kassie Sands talks with Julie Donelon about her role at MOCSA, her passion for working with survivors, and ways we can all work together toward change.
Part of the healing process for me was taking steps to ensure my story didn’t become the story of other womenDarryl Oliver
"Part of the healing process for me was taking steps to ensure my story didn’t become the story of other women.” Jessi Bixler is a MOCSA Board Member and longtime volunteer, and she is the survivor speaker you'll hear at MOCSA's Community Luncheon on October 14.
"I believe change can happen -- with one person, one story, one moment.” Debbie attended her first MOCSA luncheon in 2008. Listen as she shares her experience that day.