In episode 6 of Hope beyond abuse, Lisa interviews Kellie, founder of Kherista’s Smile – an organisation working with schools to teach kids about what makes a healthy relationship.
Kellie’s mission is to change the lives of kids experiencing domestic violence and to break the cycle. In this episode Kellie and Lisa talk about Kellie’s story, the meaning behind the name Kherista’s Smile, and how toxic and long lasting verbal abuse is.
If you or anyone you know is experiencing domestic violence, please call 1800 RESPECT. If it’s an emergency, please call the emergency services in your region (000 for Australia).
Music: “Easy Lemon (60 second)” Kevin MacLeod Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0
It has been said, you need at least 10,000 hours experience to become an expert in something. And with over 390,000 hours lived experience of abuse, over 100,000 hours working in corporate and over 80,000 hours learning and researching the consequences and outcomes of domestic violence and how to solve these issues, Lisa really can lay claim to being one of the leading experts in her field.
Lisa is considered a thought leader in the space of domestic violence workplace solutions for the comprehensive policies and training packages she implements into corporate businesses. But also for her blogs, podcast and as a media commentator.
Lisa knows corporates and domestic violence and has combined these two areas of expertise to help corporates implement the policies and training to support staff, improve company culture whilst at the same time improving productivity and profitability.
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