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Dr. Jeanne King, Ph.D.
Member Since: 19th August 2007
No of Articles: 6
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Domestic Violence Divorce - The Key to Legal-Psychiatric Abuse Prevention

09th August 2010
For over a decade, I have been writing about domestic violence divorce and legal-psychiatric abuse to help battered mothers in family court. There's no question in my mind that people who are re-victimized by a perpetrator's use of the system know who the...

Emotional Abuse Divorce - How to Navigate a System Used by an Abuser to Control

24th May 2010
Battered mothers tell me about the rage they harbor over their perpetrators use of the system to batter them. And when I ask if it is anything like what was felt when beaten verbally, emotionally or physically, they usually say, "no." "It's not at all lik...
Family Law

Domestic Abuse "Tiffany's Style" - 5 Challenges of Wealthy Abused Women

30th April 2010
Many people think that domestic violence is easier to deal with when you are wealthy. But, the fact is that the affluent have a whole set of issues unique to their elevated socioeconomic status that makes dealing with domestic abuse even more difficult. ...
Family Law

Domestic Violence and Divorce - The Epidemic Facing Battered Mothers in Family Court

26th April 2010
Battered mothers in divorce court often look like "swine flu" survivors that haven't realized they are part of an epidemic. These women are in awe over what is "happening" or has "happened" to them and their children. They go into court expecting "just...
Family Law

Domestic Violence and Child Custody - Abuser's Use of Mental Healthcare to Discredit Survivors

15th April 2010
A common theme for battered mothers in divorce proceedings is that they begin thinking they are holding the winning hand when it comes to domestic violence and child custody. They typically are awarded temporary custody of their minor children and may eve...
Family Law

Children of Abused Men - Family Violence from the Eyes and Hearts of Battered Men

15th April 2010
There is a plethora of information on the Internet and in the media about violence against women. And for the gentleman being abused, finding relevant, accurate insight and advice is like finding a needle in a haystack. Even harder for abused men is fi...