Session 362: CR33 -> Incarcerated Women
Time: 8:00AM to 9:30 AM on Friday, November 17
Place: W-California E
Session Chair: Adam Bossler, University of Missouri - St. Louis
Treating Trauma in Incarcerated Women: A First Look at the A New Pathways Program for Women at the FCI Dublin, California
by: Davina Kotulski, Federal Bureau of Prisons (Corresponding)
Sue Allison, Federal Bureau of Prisons
Employment and Crime: A Preliminary Comparison of Male and Female Federal Prisons
by: Mark S. Fleisher, Illinois State University (Corresponding)
Jessie Krienert, Illinois State University
A Study of Family Units Formed in Female Correctional Facilities in the State of Texas
by: Denise W. Huggins, Texas Woman's University (Corresponding)
"Love Doesn't Solve All Problems": Imprisoned Women and Their Significant Others
by: Theresa A. Severance, Eastern Connecticut State University (Corresponding)
A Needs Assessment for the Children of Incarcerated Mothers in a Large Northeastern City
by: Maureen A. Norton-Hawk, Suffolk University (Corresponding)

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