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Dr. Kraizer is an internationally recognized expert and author in the subject of child well-being including: sexual abuse, physical and emotional abuse, bullying and interpersonal violence, and child safety.

As a forensic and expert witness, she is able to review and assist you in asking the right questions to make informed decisions about your cases.

She has extensive experience in cases involving child abuse or injury in institutional settings (i.e. schools, churches, foster care, youth groups, day care, treatment centers, residential facilities and hospitals), failure to supervise, interpersonal violence and bullying, sexual abuse by teachers, clergy or staff members and child-on-child abuse.  She can help you assess standards and practices, policies and procedures, and questions of negligence.

Having worked on the ground floor as the field of child abuse recognition and prevention was developing, Dr. Kraizer has specialized knowledge and experience regarding the standard of care in the 1970s, 1980s and 1990s.

Please contact Dr. Kraizer at:  303.809.9001.

E-mail: kraizer@safechild.org

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