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. Author & book were featured on public radio KPFK 90.7 L.A. on Feminist Magazine in 2010, and on KPFB 89.3 in Berkeley, CA on Goddess on the Radio in January 2015 (see Radio page above).
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.