BookTalk with Author Shree Jackson

Mrs. Shree Jackson holds a B.A. in Social Work from Texas A & M University Kingsville. For the past 14 years, Shree Jackson has served at-risk youth. In order to fully engage in her passion of working with adult survivors of trafficking, Mrs. Jackson started with Dallas County as a Victim Advocate Coordinator in July 2018. Prior to Dallas County, Shree worked with Traffick911 as Case Manager and interacted with youth and young adults who were victims of sex trafficking, Shree worked in Collin County as a Juvenile Probation officer, interacted, and served at-risk youth across the county. She specialized in direct services to youth and promoted safety and restoration of victims. Mrs. Jackson has several years of experience with CPS as a caseworker for children and families in crisis who needed access to specialized services and support to move forward in life. Gifted in organization and developing processes to assist families with issues they face, Mrs. Jackson assists with family reunification, parent monitoring, placement for children in agency care, and investigating child abuse and neglect. Mrs. Jackson is a proud author of Not My Son, Not My Daughter.

Not My Son, Not My Daughter was birthed from years of experience watching children suffer due to the lack of knowledge from their parents or caregivers. However, this even goes deeper than that, not only has the children suffer from lack of parental care, but from the systems put in place, such as Child Protective Service and the Juvenile Justice System.

It takes a lot of courage to speak out and ask for help, to tell someone your body has been violated in the most unimaginable way. Once you muster up that courage to tell the trusted adult – a parent or caregiver, relative, teacher, either social work or probation officer – three things must happen to help your healing journey. Those three things are: First, they have to believe you; second, you need to be safe from the person or the environment; and lastly, there has to be continual protection. If these three things do not happen, we cripple our courageous boy or girl from completely healing.

Sometimes, the most unfortunate things happen and someone you trust molests your child. You cannot change what happened to the child. Nevertheless, you can certainly believe, keep them safe, and protect them from a future occurrence. Read this book to see how you can turn a tragedy into a treasure.

Amazon link: https://amzn.to/3iEkDjg

E-Book link: https://bit.ly/2Y2E5g4

Barnes & Nobles link: https://bit.ly/3iDOnN6

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