Dr. Amy Alamar welcomes guest Donna Palomba of Jane Doe No More, Inc. to our Facebook Live show (originally streamed Wednesday, November 29th at 10:30 am ET)
Palomba founded the national non-profit organization to create awareness, break stigmas and develop training tools associated with sexual assault crimes.
Learn more about Jane Doe No More.
“Parenting From The Trenches” Episodes
NEXT UP: January 17, 2018: Episode #11 Strategies for Raising Teen Boys in 2018” with Daniel Weiner
December 20, 2017: Episode #10 “Raising Teen Girls” with Denise Barats
November 29, 2017: Episode #9 “Jane Doe No More” with Donna Palomba
October 25, 2017: Episode #8 “The College Admissions Process” with Roberta Tansman
September 27, 2017: Episode #7 “Mindfulness” with Joanna Curry-Sartori
August 25, 2017: Episode #6 “Work-Life Balance” with guest Sarah Cody
July 26, 2017: Episode #5 “Moving Past Snapchat, Texts and Twitter to Communicate” with guest Matthew Dicks
June 14, 2017: Episode #4 “Screen Time and Family Technology Use” with guest Michael Robb of Common Sense Media
May 24, 2017: Episode #3 “Addiction Awareness and Prevention” with guest Dan Millstein
April 26, 2017: Episode #2 “Suicide Awareness & Prevention” with guest Matt Riley from the Jordan Porco Foundation
March 22, 2017: Episode #1 “Grit” with guest Michelle Reynolds Ph.D., a Licensed Psychologist with Hopewell Health Solutions
Like most of you, here at Yellowbrick, we are saddened to read about the many women who have allegedly been victimized by Harvey Weinstein. While there are many perspectives on issues of sexual violence towards women, we are impressed with the overall reaction of the public and entertainment sector, and citizens alike.
Merle H. Weiner, University of Oregon The resignation of three members of Congress – John Conyers, Al Franken and Trent Franks – should serve as a reminder to parents to talk to their children about sexual misconduct. As a law professor with a focus on domestic and sexual violence, I know that the law alone does not deter sexual misbehavior.
I sat on the floor of the high school gym, motionless and in tears as I watched a man grab my daughter and throw her to the ground. Despite all appearances, this was not an attack, thank goodness. It was the dramatic conclusion of our mother-daughter self-defense course called “Escape Alive.”