Meet Dr. Nora Shine
Dr. Nora Shine is a licensed child psychologist with over 20 years of clinical experience (10 postdoctoral) in hospital, outpatient, residential, and school settings.
Dr. Shine’s predoctoral training and internship in Clinical Psychology were completed through Harvard Medical School. She earned a Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology from Boston College, and an M.S.Ed. from the University of Pennsylvania. She is a member of the American Psychological Association and the Massachusetts Neuropsychological Society.
by Dr. Nora Shine will change how you think about keeping kids safe from sexual abuse, and will leave you feeling informed, empowered, and eager to use the strategies outlined in her presentation.
If you tell your children about “the Privates Rule”, you then have an easy way to reference the topic. This is helpful not just for your own children, but also for the adults and other children with whom they spend time....
When I was pregnant with my second child, and my first was just over a year old, a level three sex offender moved in on my street. I could see the white picket fence in front of his house from my front steps....
There is an increase in this practice called “sextortion”, by which adults reach kids and teens over technology, con them into doing or sharing something sexual, then extort them into doing more, and terrify them into keeping it all secret.
Following some basic safety steps can give you the confidence to give your child the freedom to have fun, enriching experiences away from home and parents.