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RMHC Adjunct Professors' "Survivor Seat" Gives Voice to Those Silenced by Sexual Violence

For the 12th year, The Crisis Center of Tampa Bay's signature fundraiser, the Cup of Compassion breakfast, will bring community leaders and supporters together for a life-changing event in support of help, hope and healing for those in our community facing serious life challenges. Dae Sheridan, PhD, LMHC, CRC, who was recently appointed the Board of the Crisis Center, will be reserving an empty chair at her table for this fundraising event. This "Survivors' Seat" will represent, give a voice to, and honor the millions of nameless, faceless victims that have been forced to remain silent in the wake of violence that has been perpetrated against them. For more information on how you can help provide a voice to those silenced by Sexual Violence, visit her blog site. You can also see an interview Dr. Sheridan had with Fox13 about the "Survivors' Seat" here.

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