PTSD & Domestic Violence: The Signs & Ending the Cycle - MedCircle

PTSD & Domestic Violence: The Signs & Ending the Cycle

  • PTSD & Domestic Violence: Facts & Myths You Need to Know

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  • 1
    Warning Signs of Domestic Violence & Understanding the Abuser
  • 2
    How to Get Immediate Help for Domestic Violence
  • 3
    When PTSD Develops... & Steps to Take In an Abusive Relationship
  • 4
    Treatment Options & Resources for PTSD from Domestic Violence

Dr. Cheryl AruttLink forward arrow

An estimated 50-85% of women who have been victims of domestic violence suffer from post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Additionally, 1 in 4 women and 1 in 9 men have experienced some form of severe intimate partner violence. Dr. Cheryl Arutt has worked extensively with victims of abuse, helping them cope with the aftermath of trauma - both recent and decades-old. In this series, she shares her thorough understanding of each stage of domestic violence - from how to spot the signs, how to break free from the Cycle of Violence, and how to effectively cope with the PTSD that results.


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