January 3rd, 2013, will start a new series on Intimate Partner Violence on the Dr. Laurie Roth Show.
Who’s Battering Our Lives? will feature Sandra L. Brown and Jennifer Young of The Institute of Relational Harm Reduction on Thursdays broadcasting at 7-8pm Pacific, 10-11pm Eastern.
Sandra L. Brown and Jennifer Young from The Institute for Relational Harm Reduction & Public Pathology Education will explore with Dr.Laurie Roth all the various aspects and legs of domestic violence. It is epidemic in our country and killing people every day. Why?
Upcoming shows in 2013 will cover all aspects of “Who’s Battering Our Lives?” including:
- Intimate partner homicide and it’s prevention
- Court, custody and co-parenting problems
- Mental health issues and counseling; are all disorders treatable?
- Lethality assessment and Fatality reviews, what do we learn and where is the missing link?
- Document the Abuse
- Leaving a destructive relationship safely using the Evidentiary Abuse Affidavit
- Impact on children and the family court meltdown
- Abuse in the workplace
- Celebrity abusers and their cases making news
On January 3, 2013 the first show will be an overview of intimate partner violence: all components; emotional, verbal, spiritual, physical, sexual, financial–the effects of violence in our lives and our culture, laying the ground work for the series.
Sandra L. Brown is the author of How to Spot a Dangerous Man, Why Women Love Psychopaths, and several others books on the diverse topics of pathological love relationships. She is a colleague of the late Susan Murphy Milano and instrumental in the development of Document the Abuse. Sandra is recognized for her pioneering work on women’s issues related to relational harm with Cluster B/Axis II – Sociopathy/Psychopathy disordered partners. She specializes in training professionals from various professions about pathological love relationships based on her books/products, and helps women’s organizations modify their survivor support services to include recognizing pathological love relationships.
Jennifer Young has worked as a social worker, foster parent and as a volunteer legal advocate for victims of violence. She is currently a member of the Pinellas County Fatality Review Team, member of the Suncoast Mental Health Counseling Association and a Director of Client Services for The Institute.
Laurie Roth, “The Annie Oakley of the Airwaves,” has a Ph.D. in counseling and a black belt in Tae Kwon Do. If she can’t reason with you, you had better duck before the roundhouse kick sends you flying! She is the proverbial “pastor’s daughter” when it comes to her sense of adventure and her independent thinking. However, underneath her sharp wit, loony antics, and twisted views, you will find a woman with an uncommon gentle nature, a daily walk with God, and a unique talent for finding success against all odds.