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Archive for June, 2009

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Abuse and Divorce – You Are Not the Only Victim in Your Domestic Violence Divorce

Monday, June 29th, 2009

by Dr. Jeanne King, Ph.D.

Domestic violence survivors often believe they are the only victims in their divorce proceedings. But when abuse and divorce are before the court, there are usually more victims in the courtroom. Read on for insight into the larger dynamic of legal abuse…

Abuse and Divorce – You Are Not the Only Victim in Your Domestic Violence Divorce

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Therapy During Your Domestic Violence Divorce and Custody Battle

Friday, June 26th, 2009

by Dr. Jeanne King, Ph.D.

Battered women in custody disputes are often eager to let you know everything that their soon-to-be ex is doing wrong with the children and what wonderful parents they themselves are.

This is natural as is the preparation for any Judgment Day that really matters. And let’s face it, what matters most to these women is their children and their relationship with their children.

For full article, please visit: Therapy During Your Domestic Violence Divorce and Custody Battle

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Domestic Violence Help: Mental Healthcare Versus Domestic Violence Victim Advocacy

Thursday, June 25th, 2009

by Dr. Jeanne King, Ph.D.

It is common knowledge in mental and behavioral health that one must suspend judgment to best serve patients in psychotherapy. Otherwise, the therapy is clouded by therapist agenda, expectations and bias. And in that, patients cannot discover their own truth.

So why is it that when it comes to domestic violence, survivors are met with therapists purporting to know what’s best for them? That is, when to leave and when to stay; and how to be in the event one remains in an abusive relationship?

For full article, please visit: Domestic Violence Help: Mental Healthcare Versus Domestic Violence Victim Advocacy

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