Tonight's special guest is Julie Brand from Henderson, Nevada, a returning member of the NAASCA family. Julie's been busy over the last several months and we're delighted to be hearing from her again. Ms. Brand holds a Master's degree in Counseling and enjoyed a distinguished 25-year career as a school counselor. Now she uses her unique perspective as both counselor and survivor, to speak out about females who sexually abuse children. Since 2005, she has educated and empowered audiences across the United States with her dynamic programs on maternal incest, female offenders in positions of trust and the opportunities for recovery from childhood trauma. She combines research data, professional insights and her personal experiences to enlighten audiences about the reality of mother-daughter sexual abuse. Julie's upbeat presentations focus on the power of resiliency and healing in all of our lives. In 2007, she published a book "A Mother's Touch: Surviving Mother-Daughter Sexual Abuse." Ms. Brand is a frequent presenter at numerous regional and state conferences, she is a frequent presenter. Julie and her work are also featured in a 2013 Canadian documentary on mother-daughter sexual abuse, entitled "It Was A Woman."
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