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A survivor of clergy abuse who is now a treatment professional for sex offenders interfaces with a recovering child molester through restorative therapy.

Diane Cranley Interviews:

Wayne Bowers - Wayne Bowers is a former offender living in recovery who advocates prevention in work with all parties. Having successfully controlled a once chaotic life with the therapy approach directed by Dr. Fred Berlin in Baltimore, Wayne Bowers has chosen to promote the importance of treatment, as opposed to retaliation.

Nancy B. Irwin, PsyD - A former stand-up comic, Nancy Irwin, PsyD, experienced an epiphany when she began volunteering for a shelter for sexually abused children. It not only woke up the healer in her, but also allowed her to embark on her own path of healing from adolescent sexual abuse at the hands of a clergyman. This prompted her to pursue a doctorate in psychology and to specialize in the prevention and healing of child sexual abuse. It is Dr. Irwin's belief that “The best way to help the abused is to help the abusers.