Eileen Dombo , assistant professor, social work, was quoted in an April 17 WTOP News story about the best ways to discuss sexual assault with victims.

From: WTOP News Date: April 17, 2015 Author: Megan Cloherty

...At first, a confidant may be upset for his friend or loved one and mad at the perpetrator or society. The wrong thing might be said, says Catholic University professor and therapist Eileen Dombo.

"There's always these questions of, 'Why didn't you do this? Why didn't you do that? Why didn't you call the police?' So lots of judgment that obviously people fear, and that's why they keep silent," she says.

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