Sandra L. Brown holds a master's degree in counseling. She is the founder and former executive director of Bridgework, Inc., a multifaceted nonprofit center for victims of violent crime. There, she provided both administrative leadership and clinical service through individual and group counseling. She has worked as a therapist at hospital inpatient programs, residential treatment facilities, intensive outpatient programs, and other nonprofit treatment programs. She has been a keynote speaker, conference teacher, and workshop and retreat leader. She has taught counseling courses at the college level. Sandra has provided consulting for human-service agencies in the area of program development for trauma-related disorders. She has assisted in international program development for the abandoned street children in Rio De Janeiro, Brazil. She is a frequent guest of radio call-in shows and has hosted and produced her own TV show, A Voice for Victims. She is the author of the books Counseling Victims of Violence and The Moody Pews, as well as numerous articles on clinical counseling and personal-growth issues.Brown, Sandra L. is the author of 'How To Spot A Dangerous Man Before You Get Involved', published 2005 under ISBN 9780897934473 and ISBN 0897934474.