Podcast on Crimes Against Women

All Season 3 episodes (Updated weekly)

  • Born Out of Tragedy: Exploring the World of Human Trafficking Through the Eyes of a Bottom Girl – Rebekah Charleston
  • Chasing Fantasy: Exploring the Mind of Sexual Deviant Killers and Their Lust for Violence – Lawrence Simon
  • Behold the Monster: Exploring the Psyche of Samuel Little, the Most Prolific Serial Killer in American History – Jillian Lauren

All Season 2 episodes

  • Deafening Silence: Exploring the Silent Treatment and its Impact on Abusers and Their Victims – Dr. Maureen Hannah

  • A Prayer For Healing: A Jewish Rabbi Responds To Domestic Violence – Rabbi Donna Kirshbaum
  • There’s Power In The Story: A Christian Pastor Responds To Domestic Violence – Dr. Renee Hornbuckle
  • We Need More Harmony In The Home: A Muslim Imam Responds To Domestic Violence – Imam Omar Suleiman
  • When I Call For Help: A Roman Catholic Priest Responds To Domestic Violence – Father Charles Dahm
  • When You’re In It, You Don’t Realize That You’re In It: How A Military Officer Overcame Domestic Violence And Persevered To Pursue Advocating Against Violence Against Women In Our Military – Major Hali Picciano
  • My Living Is Not In Vain: How A Rape Survivor Found Hope And Empowerment After Trauma, And How She Persevered To Create Change Through Advocacy And Legislation – Lavinia Masters
  • Representing People Where The Law Meets Their Life: How Many Abusers Attempt To Weaponize The Legal System And How Their Victims Can Circumvent The Tactics Of Courtroom Abuse – Honorable Roberto Cañas
  • Without Escape From The Chains Of Intimate Partner Violence, No Other Equity Can Exist: Examining The Model Of Emergency Response For Victims Of Domestic Violence and How The Model Can Be Improved – Jan Langbein
  • For The Offender, Abuse Is A Choice: Exploring The Mindset Of Domestic Violence Offenders and The Concept Of Rehabilitating Offenders Through BIPP and Other Programs – Dr. Scott Hampton
  • Get Those Scissors Out, and Cut The Sandbags Off The Balloon: Navigating The Mind Of A Narcissist and How To Spot and Avoid The Red Flags Of Narcissistic Behavior – Dr. Ramani Durvasula
  • Why Would We Accept Any Kind Of Excuse For Abuse: How An Industry Leader Continues To Inspire Change 30 Years Into A Career Of Advocating For Women – Jan Langbein
  • Survivors Will Be Heard And Will Be Seen: The Powerful Story Of How Personal Trauma Transformed Into Action For An Industry Leader – Janet Jensen
  • True Justice Will Be Unique: Working Toward Justice In The Ever-Changing World Of Human Trafficking – Kirsta Melton
  • Lean On Each Other: Combining Efforts To Eradicate Human Trafficking – Rochelle Keyhan
  • Transcending Language Barriers: Providing Clinical Services To Victims Of Domestic Violence and Sexual Abuse Who Speak A Non-Dominant Language – Ruth Guerreiro
  • On Eagle’s Wings: Elevating Survivors Through Indigenous Solutions – Victoria Ybanez
  • Moving The Needle: Violence Against Transgender Women and The Work To Create Inclusive Services and Solutions For The Transgender Community – Dr. Paige Baker-Braxton
  • Beyond The Hashtag: The Transformation Of ‘Me Too.’ From Movement To Systemic Change – Dani Ayers
  • Bring Your Folding Chair: Showing Up To Encourage & Create Diversity In Leadership – Megan Simmons

About the Podcast

The Conference on Crimes Against Women (CCAW) is thrilled the announce the Podcast on Crimes Against Women (PCAW). Continuing with our third season, the PCAW releases new episodes every Monday. The PCAW will serve as an extension of the information and topics presented at the annual Conference, providing in-depth dialogue, fresh perspectives, and relevant updates by experts in the fields of victim advocacy, criminal justice, medicine, and more. The presence of a global pandemic and our shifting “new normal” with COVID-19 has not decreased the frequency of crimes against women nor has it reduced the passion of those who serve survivors. This podcast’s format hopes to create a space for topical conversations aimed to engage and educate community members on the issue of violence against women, how it impacts our daily lives, and how we can work together to create lasting cultural and systemic change.