Education & Training

We are committed to educating the public and people in related professions about the psychological consequences of violence. We have an established series of workshops to train health care professionals in the treatment of sexual assault, domestic violence, and childhood sexual abuse. We have also been featured in the magazine articles, newspapers, and professional journals below.

The New York Times

pdf icon "Firsthand Experience of Rape, and Resiliency"

pdf icon "In Sex Crimes, Evidence Depends On Game of Chance in Hospitals"

The Village Voice

pdf icon "Rape Crisis"

City Limits Monthly

pdf icon "Art of Survival"

Dialogando Magazine

pdf icon "Centro Para El Tratamiento De Victimas Del Crimen"

Columbia Spectator

HTML Document"Help for Male Victims Grows"

Members of our staff frequently lecture at colleges, hospitals, and mental health agencies on:

  • Post Traumatic Stress Disorder
  • Rape Trauma Syndrome
  • Battered Women Syndrome

Our staff is also available for public talks at high schools, universities, association meetings, and other community groups.

Call us at (212) 523-4728 to make arrangements for a presentation.