Advocate & Activist
Dr. Cat is a champion of the rights of all oppressed groups but focuses primarily on women's rights. For this reason, she also uses the last name of 'Woman'.
Doctor of Psychology
As a survivor of trauma herself, Dr. Cat specializes in post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and Complex PTSD (CPTSD), as discussed in Trauma and Recovery by Judith Herman, M.D.
Social Theorist & Author
Dr. Cat’s theory of oppression is outlined in her book titled Domination is Abomination: Man’s Oppression of Woman, which was featured on public radio KPFK 90.7 L.A., in her interview on Feminist Magazine in 2010 (see Radio page above for podcast).
Educator & Lecturer
As a professor of Psychology and of English, Dr. Cat has taught college and graduate students ages 17-70 for over 15 years (see About Us page above), and was honored by Who's Who of America's Teachers from 2003-2006. (See Video page above and sample below for videos of lectures on YouTube.)
Dr. Cat has performed opera locally in Los Angeles as a lyric mezzo-soprano and was featured on L.A. 36, Cable Channel for the Classical Arts, in their annual holiday opera concert from 2004-2009.