Today, on the third year of Dr. Rich Kaplan’s unfortunate passing, we want to honor his life by giving insight to the incredible impact he’s had and what he’s done for child advocacy.
Lindsay Fischer is an American Author and domestic violence advocate whose gripping memoir has brought validation to countless domestic violence survivors and understanding to countless others. To celebrate the recent anniversary of The House on Sunset‘s release, Fischer joined us for an interview. The views expressed below are those of Lindsay Fischer.Read More »
Among the many incredible presenters expected at the 2015 Child Protection Summit where we will be exhibiting this week is Charles Wilson, the accomplished Executive Director of the Chadwick Center for Children and Families. The Chadwick Center is one of the largest child advocacy and trauma treatment centers in the country, and its multidisciplinary approach involves doctors, nurses, social workers, and people from a variety of disciplines to contribute to the welfare of children.Read More »
The House on Sunset began simply as a true, heartbreaking story and evolved into something much greater when it was released to the public. The book became a window into the graphic world of an abusive relationship, giving understanding to many who have been lucky enough to avoid this world, and validation to countless survivors.Read More »