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Learn about the great strides being made in Israel in the area of both child sexual abuse prevention and treatment as well as the challenges they have overcome and continue to face in the area of program responsibility, funding and offender management.

Diane Cranley Interviews:

Talma Cohen, Ph.D., L.C.S.W. - Talma is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and the Founder and Clinical Director for "One Of Us" a non-profit organization located in the Sharon & Shomron areas of Israel. This non-profit organization has treated over a hundred victims and their families for the past 9 years and served over thousands by giving advice and phone referrals. Talma has over 25 years of clinical experience, she provides direct care, supervision to staff, and teaches and train especially the TF-CBT model at the Haifa U.

Dr. Yoram Ben Yehudha - Yoram Ben-Yehuda, MD is Director of Pediatric Emergency Medicine at The Hadassah Ein Kerem University Hospital in Jerusalem, and Academic Director of medical and health Programs at Haruv Institute. He designs and leads educational programs on child abuse and neglect at Haruv institute, and is the chair of the committee for child protection at Hadassah Ein Kerem Hospital, Jerusalem. Dr. Ben-Yehuda is the pediatrician and Child Abuse physician of "Beth Lin," the first Child Advocacy Center in Israel, Jerusalem. He is the founder and chair of the community multidisciplinary committee for children at risk at Bat-Yam, and a member of the Board of directors of The National Council for Children's Welfare.