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The Kathryn Zox Show

The Kathryn Zox Show

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August 26th 2015:Child Sexual Abuse and Fighting Off Alzheimer's

Kathryn interviews Elda M. Dawber LICSW, author of “Wait Until I’m Dead! A Novel of Family Secrets”. Surviving family horror is one thing. Having the courage to reveal it is another. Dawber introduces readers to D.J. Brava, a writer of bestselling romance novels who is now writing a memoir of child abuse and recovery. While the draft manuscript panics her editor, her family's response is to unravel revealing long-held secrets. Dawber is the recipient of the NASW-RI Chapter Lifetime Achievement Award. Kathryn also interviews psychologist Constance L. Vincent PhD, author of “Not Going Gently:

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Elda M. Dawber, LICSW

Elda M. Dawber, LICSW, is a nationally known, award winning clinical social worker whose forty-plus-year professional career has been dedicated to working with children and adults victimized by childhood sexual abuse. She has treated families, contributed articles, and educated fellow professionals at local, regional, and national conferences on topics related to interpersonal violence, sexual harassment and bullying, compassion fatigue, personal safety, and LGBTQ youth. In 2010, she was honored to receive the NASW-RI Chapter Lifetime Achievement Award for her contributions to the field. Elda lives in Rhode Island with her wife and extended family. Elda is an accomplished speaker, comforta
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Constance L. Vincent PhD

Constance and her husband Ed live in Menlo Park, CA. They have a blended family of a son, four daughters, and twelve grandchildren. The Vincents have always traveled extensively, but now their travels are mainly to visit their widespread family! They enjoy their book clubs, operas, symphonies, and movies. Constance L. Vincent earned a Ph.D. at UC Irvine and taught classes in developmental psychology, especially psychology of aging, at two different universities. In addition to her book Not Going Gently about Alzheimer's disease, she has edited the long-awaited Dr. Tom Wu's Different Approach in Natural Healing: Conquer Cancer and Other Diseases with Simple Foods.
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https://www.voiceamerica.com/show/1444/the-kathryn-zox-show 22/11/2017 07:00 22/11/2017 08:00 The Kathryn Zox Show https://www.voiceamerica.com/show/1444/the-kathryn-zox-show Kathryn interviews Elda M. Dawber LICSW, author of “Wait Until I’m Dead! A Novel of Family Secrets”. Surviving family horror is one thing. Having the courage to reveal it is another. Dawber introduces readers to D.J. Brava, a writer of bestselling romance novels who is now writing a memoir of child abuse and recovery. While the draft manuscript panics her editor, her family's response is to unravel revealing long-held secrets. Dawber is the recipient of the NASW-RI Chapter Lifetime Achievement Award. Kathryn also interviews psychologist Constance L. Vincent PhD, author of “Not Going Gently: A Psychologist Fights Back again Alzheimer’s for Her Mother…and Perhaps Herself”. In this poignant mother-daughter memoir, Dr. Vincent shares her mother's experience living with Alzheimer's as well as her own perspective, both as a psychologist and a potential victim of the disease. She includes specific advice on the newest ideas in nutrition and lifestyle which she follows to prevent Alzheimer's. VoiceAmerica | Talk Radio | Online Talk Radio studio@voiceamerica.com false DD/MM/YYYY Add to Calendar
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