Rannah will present a workshop with Leslie Todd, LCSW on “ Identifying Barriers to Reporting Child Sex Abuse — The Impact of Fear on Decisions to Act” as part of the state conference.
Rannah will be the speaker for the chapter meeting on the topic: “Know Your Place: The Undervalued Leadership Skills of Women that Can Help You Succeed”
She will highlight examples of leadership provided by women in the case behind the story of Familiar Evil.
This is a meeting for members of ABWA and their invited guests.
Rannah will present two workshops at the Krimes Against Kids Conference sponsored by the Florida Network of Children’s Advocacy Centers:
“Identifying and Overcoming Barriers to Reporting Child Sex Abuse: The Impact of Fear on Decisions to Act” — She will present this workshop with national pollster Dr. Jim Kitchens of The Kitchens Group in Orlando, FL, who worked with Rannah to conduct a national survey on barriers to reporting.
She will present the second workshop: “Power + Deception + Manipulation + Fear” Understanding How Child Abusers Gain and Maintain Control” with her sister, Dr. Abigail Gray Stonerock, to help gatekeepers identify the bases of power, challenges associated with detecting deception, and emotional and psychological triggers in decision-making.
Rannah will present the results of the national survey conducted in partnership with Dr. Jim Kitchens and inspired by readers of Familiar Evil to determine barriers to reporting child sex abuse. The International Congress on Child Abuse is being held at the University of Warwick in Coventry, UK.
Rannah Gray will speak from 12:45 - 1:15 p.m. in the State Capitol House Committee Room 2. She will do a book signing after in the Barnes and Noble Bookselling Tent from 1:30 -2:15 p.m.
After that, Rannah and Mary Jane Marcantel, who collaborated on the book will be at The Lisburn Press booth in front of the Louisiana State Museum.
Familiar Evil author Rannah Gray will be joined by Mary Jane Marcantel, a key figure in the investigation and Leslie Todd, a licensed clinical therapist, to address the Books of Life Book Club at 6:30 p.m. at the First United Methodist Church, 930 North Boulevard in Baton Rouge. The Books of Life Book Club has graciously invited guests to attend this meeting.