Stetson School for Boys, Screening and Q&A with Donna Jenson and Dr. Emily Samuelson

Stetson School for Boys, Screening and Q&A with Donna Jenson and Dr. Emily Samuelson


Part of the Ending Violence Without Violence Virtual Training Series

From 10:00 AM until 11:30 AM

At Zoom Meeting

Presented by the New York State Coalition Against Sexual Assault, Seven Dancers Coalition, and Interrupting Criminalization: Research in Action /


This webinar will show a video of Clinicians discussing Donna Jenson’s work with the residents at the Stetson School for Boys, clinician interviews:

This webinar will feature a discussion about working with those who have done harm to others and a Q & A with Dr. Emily Samuelson regarding the video.

**Please note this workshop is for Advocates and Clinicians only.**

About the Speaker

Donna Jenson founded Time To Tell™ in 2009 with a mission to spark stories from lives affected by incest and sexual abuse to be told and heard. It is a sponsored project of Fractured Atlas, a non-profit arts service organization. She wrote and performs her one-woman play, What She Knows: One Woman's Way through Incest to Joy, which is based on her own experience of surviving incest and what she did to make her life worth living. She performs her play at conferences, for organizations focused on boys who have sexually abused others, girls in prison, college students, domestic violence and sexual assault advocates, and communities in need of healing. Donna also leads writing and mindfulness workshops for survivors. Donna is a leader, counselor and organizer who built grassroots women's centers in New York City during the 1970s and 1980s and is still active in the leadership development consulting and training practice she established in 1986. Her book, Healing My Life from Incest to Joy, is a narrative of the choices she made and experiences she had that helped her heal from her childhood trauma. It will be published by Levellers Press in fall 2017. Learn more at


This event will be held on June 16, 2021, 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM ET. This event will be held via Zoom Meetings. Video participation is not required. Registrants will receive the meeting link by email.


This session will be conducted and spoken in English. Please indicate in the registration form below, if you require live captioning or language interpretation, so that we can accommodate your needs. These requests are due by June 2, 2021.

This offering is part of our Ending Violence Without Violence Virtual Training Series. Learn more at


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