Strategies To Prevent Domestic Violence: Raising Awareness and Stopping Violence Before It Begins

by Dr. Anchal Goyal Editor(s): Dr. A.D. Gray; Tabitha M. Chapman, MFT Domestic violence is serious, it affects a large proportion of the population. The harm it causes can last a lifetime and spans generations. This has caused serious adverse Read More …

The Bad and The Ugly About Coercive Control

by Dr. Amber D. Gray, DBH Domestic violence is about power and control (Gosselin, 2018; Walker, 1979; Walker, 2000). While no single theory fits the totality of the nuances of domestic violence, an abuser’s need for power and control is Read More …

Service Needs of Domestic Violence Populations: Understanding Challenges in Providing Evidence-based Interventions for High-need Population

by Dr. Anchal GoyalEditor(s): T.M. Chapman; Dr. A.D. Gray Domestic violence is a serious social and public health problem that affects millions of Americans each year. Domestic Violence includes an array of physical and sexual violence, stalking, and psychological aggression. Read More …

Congratulations to Dr. Gray for being a Honorary Awardee for the Morton Bard Allied Professionals Award

Dr. Gray has worked to help victims of violence for many years. Whether it is through advocacy, professional development, or healthcare education, Dr. Gray is always looking at ways to improve the victim/patient experience. Dr. Gray believes that the only Read More …

How To Prevent Re-Traumatizing Victimized Patients Within The Medical Industry

Maleficence in Treatment: Dismissing Patients When They Need Providers Most Adults who have had adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) or are victims of violent crime are often in physiological pain (Clarke, Schubiner, Clark-Smith & Abbass, 2019) and have a need for Read More …