Thinking of getting into therapy? It’s essential to know your options. We discuss the common types of therapy, therapists, and counselors.
Therapy can truly change your life, but choosing a therapist can be a daunting task. How to choose a therapist fit to your specific needs?
Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) can negatively impact your life into adulthood. How to heal from ACEs and childhood trauma? Read on.
Self-parenting for abuse survivors is an important healing process for your inner child that will move you towards a better future.
Understanding the connection between ACEs and suicide can help you see the warning signs and may ultimately save someone’s life.
When Angelina Jolie filed for divorce from Brad Pitt, she initiated a custody battle that underscores the ramifications of equal parenting.
We discuss ACEs and school performance. ACEs may affect outcomes in adulthood through disrupted neurodevelopment
The online predator’s target is a vulnerable child. Protecting children from online predators is the responsibility of all of us.
Was your child harmed by a custody decision? NY Governor is holding two hearings this month on Forensic Evaluators. Tell your story.
In this Research Roundup Summer 2021 edition, we’re addressing the recall bias in measuring ACEs in many ACEs studies.
You may be surprised by these five ways in which surviving child abuse is much like training for the Olympics.
We discuss ACEs score strengths, limitations, and misapplications to determine how we can best use and interpret the ACEs test and framework.
A victory shows why family courts usually fail abuse victims. The ACE research helps courts understand the harm from DV and child abuse.
The child abuse and custody professionals responsible for protecting children from child abuse and determining custody are failing.
Does the timing of ACEs exposure matter and how? We discuss this topic in our Research Roundup May 2021 edition.
ACEs patterns and their impact. Different ACEs can be grouped in meaningful ways, and different ACEs have different risks in later life.
Family courts are supposed to protect the best interests of the child but too often they promote the worst interests of the child.
Are you the Cinderella or a stepsister in your family’s story of generational abuse? How will you pass on the generational abuse torch?
A family court judge stepped in to protect a child saying only fools would be convinced by false evidence of alienation.
From an author of one of the leading books on representing the domestic violence survivor. How to find a good Domestic Violence attorney.