Episode 12 Trauma and prevention with Donna Zander

Do people experience trauma as a direct result of domestic violence? How do our services from social services to psychological services address that complicated issue? How do we get our social infrastructure to be more integrated in the help they provide those who've...

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Episode 11 Mental resilience and movement

Movement can improve your mental resilience and emotional strength. Finding a movement activity that you enjoy can be a small act of investment in yourself. A beautiful thing to do, especially if you're struggling in or recently out of an abusive relationship. In this...

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Episode 10 Prevention

How do we prevent men from becoming violent? How do we stop those who have from continuing the cycle? And although men are statistically far less likely to be the victims of domestic violence, how do we help those who are? In this episode, Lisa interviews Martin Fisk...

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Episode 9 Self-care and self image

Abusive relationships often put people down and create a cycle of negative self-talk and low self-esteem. How do you combat that negativity? In episode 9 of Hope Beyond Abuse, Lisa interviews Elise from Style and Sensibility.

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Episode 8 Mindfulness

Ever wondered how you're going to get through one moment, let alone one day? In episode 8 of Hope Beyond Abuse, Lisa interviews Tamara from Mindful Separation. They discuss how mindfulness helps victims while going through separation just by taking one moment at a...

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Episode 7 Emerge

In episode 7 of Hope beyond abuse, Lisa interviews Paula from Emerge. Emerge supports women and children who have experienced domestic violence, enabling them to break the cycle of violence and rebuild their lives. This episode walks through what people entering the...

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Episode 4 Understanding financial abuse

In episode 4 of Hope beyond abuse, Lisa interviews Julie from WIRE. Julie explains what financial abuse is and when to seek help if you or someone you know is experiencing any kind of abuse. If you or anyone you know is experiencing domestic violence, please call 1800...

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