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Domestic Violence Help: Mental Healthcare Versus Domestic Violence Victim Advocacy

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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