Dr. Kristen Zaleski

Expert in treatment for sexual assault and post traumatic stress disorder at the USC school of Social Work.

Expert in treatment for sexual assault and post traumatic stress disorder at the USC school of Social Work.

Dr. Kristen Zaleski on KCRW

We look at the personal, psychological impact of the Brett Kavanaugh testimonies now. Sexual assault hotlines have been a lot busier since last Thursday’s hearing.

Following Kavanaugh hearing, how do people decide whether or not to share their own stories?

We look at the personal, psychological impact of the Brett Kavanaugh testimonies now. Sexual assault hotlines have been a lot busier since last Thursday’s hearing.

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Christine Blasey Ford’s testimony was full of difficult moments. It’s wrenching to listen to, and even more so for people who have been victims of assault or harassment.

Trauma survivors cope with Kavanaugh saga

Christine Blasey Ford’s testimony was full of difficult moments. It’s wrenching to listen to, and even more so for people who have been victims of assault or harassment.

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