Don’t Be Afraid to Speak Up

How SDGs and Appreciative Inquiry Support Education to Prevent Sexually Abused Children


Cassidy Pyser is an honor student at Holy Family University, Philadelphia, USA. This interview is grounded in Appreciate Inquiry through questions featuring highlights of a continuing dialogue with Stacey Honowitz, Esq., a veteran prosecutor in the Sex Crimes Unit in South Florida, USA who has authored two books appropriate for children between the ages of four and ten dealing with educating them to keep them safe from sexual abuse.


Author: Cassidy S. Pyser

Cassidy Pyser is a rising senior at Holy Family University, Philadelphia, USA where she is on both the Dean’s List and the Honor Roll. She will be earning a Bachelor of Science in Psychology. She has held leadership positions in student government and the Social and Behavioral Science Club.


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Author: Stacey Honowitz

Stacey Honowitz is a thirty-year veteran of the State Attorney’s Office, seventeen years dedicated to the Sex Crimes and Child Abuse Unit in South Florida, USA. She is also a frequent legal commentator on cable and network television, has prosecuted several high-profile cases and is a guest lecturer who speaks about child sex abuse, and the importance of frank and open communication with children about this important and difficult subject.

Twitter: @staceyhonowitz

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