On November 15, staff from PHMC affiliate Joseph J. Peters Institute joined the host of WHYY Radio Times, Mary Moss-Coane, on her show to talk about the Penn State sexual abuse allegations. In a one-hour segment titled, “What we can learn about child sexual abuse from the Penn State case,” Theodore Glackman, executive director of JJPI and Thomas Haworth, director of child and adolescent services at JJPI, shared their insights on child sexual abuse. JJPI is a nonprofit mental health agency providing outpatient assessment and treatment services in the area of sexual abuse. JJPI's mission is to reduce the causes and overall results of sexually abusive behaviors through research, training, prevention, and treatment. JJPI evaluates and treats survivors of sexual abuse as well as offenders. For more information on the Joseph J. Peters Institute, please click here for its website.