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  • "The Invitation" © 2002 Workshop Series 
  • "Grief- Repotting Ourselves" © 2002 Finding Your Purpose ©2001 Workshop Series
  • "Listening for Change - Sex, Drugs and Relationships" © 1999 Workshop Series
  • Contributing Author, "Complex Challenges, Collaborative Solutions": Programming for Adult and Juvenile Female Offenders, American Correction Assoc.  Maryland, Feb. 1998
  • "Women involved in Prostitution: "Cycles of Violence and Abuse", National Civic Research Institute, Inc. Vol. 1. No. 4  Nov/Dec.  97 Issue
  • International Directory of programs providing services and alternatives to prostitution, "Embracing the Challenge...Celebrating Change", Prepared for a national conference in North Carolina, 1995
  • "Dare to Dream"© 1990, "Honor the Wise Women in You", © 1996. workshop series
  • Massachusetts Resource Directory for service providers working with female offenders, prepared for the Metropolitan Day Reporting Center, Boston, MA  1995
  • " A Helping Hand" consumers resource guide to residential drug treatment facilities, shelters, food pantries etc., prepared for detained females at MCI Framingham, 1994
  • Project WISH "Pocket Survival Guide" (Essex County),  1993
  • Authored sections for the Department of Public Health, Sexual Assault Training Manual, pages 5-7, 1996
  • "Prostitution, Buying the Right to Rape", paper presented at conference, University of Florida, Gainesville, 1996
  • "Crack House Sex verses Nightwalkers", paper presented at the International Association of Residential and Community Alternatives, Newport, RI  1995
  • "On Legalizing Prostitution, "  paper presented at the International Association of Residential and Community Alternatives, Newport, RI  1995
  • "Myths & Realities, The Oldest Oppression, Prostitution," paper presented at the conference, Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, Boston, MA  1993
  • "The Project WISH Intervention Model"  ©  1992
  • "The Women as victim, Offender and Practitioner", The Haverhill Gazette, page 12, 1989
  • Law Enforcement Conferences, Essex County Sheriff's Dept, Danvers, MA  October 2000
  • American Correctional Health Assoc. Conference, "Women involved in Prostitution: Cycles of Violence and Abuse", St. Paul, MN, April 1998
  • Symposium "Treatment of Women Prisoners", N.E. School of Law, Boston, MA  Jan 23, 1998
  • Massachusetts Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers, "Therapy and Supervising the Female Offender", College of the Holy Cross, Worcester, MA  Nov. 5, 1977
  • Glory Mansions, Technical Assistance, Cocoa Beach, Florida, June 1997
  • Massachusetts Department of Public Health, Ad care Educational Institute, Sexual Assault Prevention Training "Pornography and Sex Workers"  May 1997
  • National Organization of Forensic Social Workers " The Women Victim, Offender and Practitioners" Fordham University, New York City,  May 1997
  • Domestic Violence Prevention Workshops, " Substance Abuse, Sex Workers, and Partner Abuse:, Boston Medical Center, Boston, MA October 23, 1996
  • The Link between Alcohol/Substance Abuse and Domestic Abuse, "Implications for Interventions", Dimock Community Health Center, Roxbury, MA  September 13, 1996 
  • Rejecting Violence against Women and Children. Keynote speaker, "Women Involved in Prostitution Cycles and Abuse", University of Florida, Gainesville, FL  May 7, 1996
  • International Associations of residential and Community Alternatives, "Community Corrections: Issues for Women", Salve Regina University, Newport, RI  June 14, 1995
  • The Sixth National Workshop on Adult and Juvenile Female Offenders, "Practitioners" Roundtables - Networking and Real Alternatives for Community Placement", Myrtle Beach, SC, November 5-7 1995
  • The 56th Annual Training Institute of the New England Council on Crime and Delinquency, "Providing Community Based Programs that are designed for Female Offenders"  Nashua, NH October 1-4, 1995
  • Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, "Prostitution and its effect on Communities", Boston Park Plaza, Boston, MA  March 7-11, 1995

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Magdalana Grace Siegel - LADC-1

Licensed Alcohol & Drug Clinician
MA Certified Criminal Justice Addiction Professional
Nationally Certified Forensic Counselor
MA Certified - Co-Occurring Disorders Professional
Greater Newburyport & Boston
Vision Beyond Survival
 Newburyport, Massachusetts 01950  

........I will not dishonor my soul with hatred, but offer myself humbly as a compassionate healer of misery, as an architect of peace.

Magdalana Grace Siegel

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