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An estimated 54 to 84 percent of battered women, or women who have been victims of domestic violence, suffer from post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). At the same time, 1 in 4 women and 1 in 9 men have experienced some form of severe intimate partner violence. So we sat down with leading psychologist Dr. Cheryl Arutt to discuss the causes, symptoms, and misconceptions of domestic violence & the PTSD that may result.
EPISODE 1: PTSD & Domestic Violence: the Facts & Myths You Need to Know
EPISODE 2: Warning Signs of Domestic Violence & Understanding the Abuser
EPISODE 3: How to Get Immediate Help for Domestic Violence
EPISODE 4: When PTSD Develops… & Steps to Take Once out of the Abusive Relationship
EPISODE 5: How to Get the Right PTSD Treatment & Resources Available
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