Publication: CEASE Welcomes New Interdisciplinary Staff
The CEASE Clinic welcomed new interdisciplinary staff in 2022. Thanks to a grant funded through CJCC, Jocelyn Crumpton joined CEASE as the clinic’s Social Work Advocate, providing social work case management, intern supervision, and systemic policy advocacy and community outreach. The addition of the social work advocate position enhances CEASE’s ability to provide quality legal representation to survivors and the clinic’s commitment to being an interdisciplinary and trauma-responsive service provider, teaching center, and research and policy resource. Also joining CEASE in 2022 was Grace Ann Calfee, the clinic’s Post-Graduate Fellow. In her position, Calfee provides direct legal services to survivors of child sexual abuse and exploitation in juvenile court and civil proceedings and assists with the clinic’s policy, community education, and outreach activities.