Ashley Withrow, MSSA, LISW-S
Victim Advocate, Cleveland Clinic
Ashley Withrow is the Program Manager for the Cleveland Clinic Police Department Victim Assistance Program. In this role, she provides victim advocacy to Cleveland Clinic patients, visitors and employees by offering trauma-informed crisis intervention, support and education. She has her master of science in social administration from the Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences at Case Western Reserve University, is an independently licensed social worker with supervision designation and a registered advocate with senior standing in the State of Ohio. She has 13 years of experience working with trauma survivors, including as the Director of 24-Hour Advocacy Programs at Cleveland Rape Crisis Center and the Program Coordinator at the Violence Prevention and Action Center at John Carroll University. She also serves as adjunct faculty member at Case Western Reserve University and Kent State University.
Session 9 - Workplace Violence Prevention: After the Violence Ends: A Case Study of Lessons Learned
Run Time - 59:58
Nothing demonstrates the true consequences of workplace violence more than real-life examples of organizations that found themselves having to pick up the pieces following a violent attack on their workplace. This case study will walk you through the immediate and long-term impact on employees and what organizational leadership, supervisors and managers, the workforce at large, and law enforcement did right, as well as the lessons they learned that you can apply in your organization to prevent and mitigate the unthinkable.