SHARI BOTWIN, LCSW: Trauma specialist offering in person and virtual teletherapy on a HIPAA platform for individuals and families
Botwin opened her Cherry Hill private practice in 1996. Prior to starting her own practice Shari worked at the Renfrew Center in Philadelphia. She provides individual, group and family therapy with a specialization in treating trauma, abuse, eating disorders, anxiety and depression. She is also conducting teletherapy with a HIPPA approved online platform. Her second book, Thriving After Trauma: Stories of Living and Healing, (Rowman and Littlefield) released worldwide in hardcover, audio and ebook on November 4, 2019.
Go to rowman.com/ISBN/9781538125601/Thriving-After-Trauma-Stories-of-Living-and-Healing.
To receive 30 percent off hardcover or ebook use discount code RLFANDF30 at checkout!
Shari has conducted workshops at professional conferences and universities throughout the country. She has given Keynote Presentations for the International Association of Eating Disorder Professionals, Rutgers University Sexual Assault Awareness week and Monte Nido Treatment Center in Philadelphia. Shari is a features freelance writer for The Authority Magazine and Medium. Shari has published feature op-ed's in The Toronto Star, The Philadelpia Inquirer, Thrive Global, Huffington Post and WHYY. She has also been featured in The Associated Press, The New York Times, Sports Illustrated, The Daily Beast, NBC News, Prevention Magazine and Buzzfeed. Shari has made numerous media appearances NBC, ABC, CBS, MSNBC, Stay Tuned Snapchat,CNN, CTV, CP24, and Radio Europe offering commentary on breaking stories related to trauma and abuse (COVID, Black Lives Matter, Marjorie Stoneman Shooting, Cosby Trial, Larry Nassar Sexual Abuse Scandal, Las Vegas Shooting, Anniversary of 9/11).
Upcoming Speaking Engagements and Media Interviews:
Stockton State CE for Social Workers: Breaking Free from Eating Disorders and Abuse: Thursday March 25, 2021 at 10am via Zoom
The Polished Woman Podcast: Date TBD
Love and Life Podcast with Dr. Karin: TBD
Medium/Authority Cover Story: February 17
Thrive Global Feature: Mental Health Decompensation Among Teens: February 20
Conversations with Judge Aquilina: February 19: To listen go to youtu.be/Mb3R6nKBKvg
103.9 FM Happily...even after: January 7
Fight Pandemics Panel: December 4
NBC Today Show: November 25 Covid/Isolation/Tips for College Students
Today.com Digital: November 23 Covid and Elderly
Trauma Thrivers Podcast: Release date tbd
Hofstra University: Panel on Resilience During Covid: October 12
Greatist: Understanding Interpersonal Sexual Assault: What Does Consent Mean: September 15
Complex PTSD World Summit: September 2, 2020
Understanding Suicide Podcast: August 20, 2020
Let's Keep it Real Podcast: August 6, 2020
Sports Illustrated Cover Story: July 31, 2020
Philadelphia Magazine Feature: July 9, 2020
IGTV Live with Dr. Zuckerman: June 30, 2020
World Narcissistic Abuse Awareness Telesummit: June 1-2
Prevention Magazine Feature: Commentary on Trauma June 30, 2020
Recovery Bites Podcast with Karin Lewis: Release Date TBD
CTV Live Segment on PTSD and Covid-19: May 15, 2020
Thrive Global: PTSD is Setting In: How To Fight off the Long-term Affects
Identifying Risk, Managing Trauma and Assessing your Legal Rights with Kristen Gibbons Feden (Cosby Prosecutor)
NBC Snapchat Stay Tuned: Covid and Mental Health Awareness: May 8, 2020
The Untold Story of the Gymnasts Who Brought Down Larry Nassar with Abigail Pesta, Judge Rosemarie Aquilina, and Shari Botwin: Reschedule Date TBD
The New York Times: A Guide Dog for Nightmares: Jan. 20
Philadelphia Society of Clinical Social Workers: Feb 29
Healing Within Podcast with Dr. Laurie Nadal: March 3
Mind/Body/Radio: March 19
NY Times Op-ed featuring Shari Botwin: A Guide Dog for Nightmares....www.nytimes.com/2020/01/23/well/mind/a-guide-dog-for-nightmares.html
Latest Media Review:
Over the past 12 years in hosting and interviewing hundreds of guests on several different talk shows, Shari Botwin LCSW Therapist, Speaker and Author came on my radio show, "The Way Home with Laura Smith" yesterday and I couldn't have been more impressed or pleased with introducing her to my audience as she spoke so eloquently and compassionately about her new book, "Thriving After Trauma---Stories of Living and Healing". Shari's grace in sharing her own story of thriving after trauma gave listeners the ability to trust her research and methods of healing and recovery in addition to her decades of work with her clients. I felt that Shari's warm and understanding delivery of often difficult topics was equal to her expertise in leading people beyond their difficulties into a life of meaning and joy. Some guests throughout the years have stood out as being exceptional and Shari Botwin is definitely one of them. I highly recommend having Shari help inform your audience as soon as you can. Thriving After Trauma is a phenomenal resource and guide to a better life, by a trusted voice
Shari has been interviewed by most major national media outlets including CBS National News, CNN, Fox News, NBC and ABC Philadelphia and NPR radio. She has given commentary on the Cosby retrial, Marjorie Stoneman shooting, Larry Nassar abuse tragedy, recent killings after domestic violence, #Metoo and the Las Vegas massacre.
Shari has published features and given expert testimony for the Associated Press, Huffington Post, LA Times, New York Times, Washington Post, The Philadelphia Inquirer, Newsworks, The Wrap, Las Vegas News Journal and Toronto Star on the Harvey Weinstein sexual assault scandal, She is a freelance writer for The Authority Magazine and has published op eds on Mel B and the sexual abuse scandal by Pennsylvania priests.
Shari has completed four global podcasts on Mental Health News Radio on trauma and abuse. To listen to one of her previous podcasts on the connection between trauma and eating disorders. She was featured on One Tough Muther with Gloria Allred last October to give commentary after attending both Cosby trials.
Go to www.onetoughmuther.com to listen to her latest show with one of the original Jane Doe's in the Cosby sexual assault case