Pam Chapman, MSW worked in the mental health field for over 27 years. This work encompassed county mental health, nonprofit family and children’s mental health clinic, Cornell University and private practice. She has extensive experience in the areas of childhood sexual abuse, trauma, PTSD, , psychosis, eating disorders, and OCD, as well as other biological or crisis related disorders. She served in court cases as an expert witness in child sexual abuses cases, and worked with inmates in the jails as well. In the courts, Pam was considered an expert in the area of D.I.D. or Dissociative Identity Disorder, formerly known as Multiple Personality Disorder, a condition which strongly correlates to childhood sexual abuse. Much of her work with people in crisis involved being on call throughout the night, visiting clients in jails, and attending to the needs of those suffering from some of the most severe abuses imaginable. One thing Pam remembers is that many of her adult clients, who were survivors of sexual abuse and trauma, said to her repeatedly, “Why didn’t anyone help me?” So we want to explore the social system which turns a blind eye to the abused child, as well as to the systems in place presumably established to help them. In this show we are exploring the social engineering in place in our society and ways to extricate ourselves from the waves of influence engineered through mass media and often sponsored covertly via the state.