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Domestic Abuse Counseling - Can Abusers in Denial Change?

24th August 2012
Eve was a bright woman in her early 50's married to Scott, a successful professional in his late 50's. The couple enjoyed the finest restaurants and beach resorts. They had four children between them, and there was much love to go around for everyone (as ... Read >
Author: Dr. Jeanne King, Ph.D.

Daughter in an Abusive Relationship: How to Recognize Domestic Abuse and Inspire Healthy Change

27th June 2010
When your adult child is in an abusive relationship, you feel helpless because you know that your efforts to impact change may indeed inflame matters. Yet, you know you can't sit still and pretend that all is well when it is not. You know from her acti... Read >
Author: Dr. Jeanne King, Ph.D.

Georgia Visitation Rights

18th September 2009
When parents divorce, in most cases one of the parents is given custody and the other parent is given visitation rights. The visitation schedule can vary according to each parent's needs. A standard visitation agreement allows the non-custodial parent to ... Read >
Author: Michael Waddington

How to Recognize Verbal Abuse - The Top 10 Signs of Abuse

16th September 2009
It's mean, it's cruel and it's inexcusable. Verbal abuse, or mental abuse, is passed on like a life-threatening disease throughout the family. We choose mates, places of employment and friends based upon family patterns of familiarity. No one ever inte... Read >
Author: Kathi Calahan

Verbal Abuse Signs - Recognizing Verbal Abuse in Marriage

02nd April 2009
Verbal abuse is toxic. The following is Kate Carlson, OTR/L interviewing domestic abuse consulting expert Dr. Jeanne King, Ph.D. in an effort to help people recognize and understand verbal abuse in unhealthy relationships. 1) Kate Carlson: In your word... Read >
Author: Dr. Jeanne King, Ph.D.

Recognizing Abusive Relationships: The Subtle Communication Patterns of Emotional Verbal Abuse

29th July 2008
How do you help someone who is abused to see the light? In screening thousands of people for domestic abuse, I'm convinced that showing the subtle communication patterns of abusive relationships helps someone being abused to awaken to their circumstances.... Read >
Author: Dr. Jeanne King, Ph.D.
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