November 2, 2017

If you are a woman or man and this is part of your story, the term “victim” does not have to follow you for the rest of your life. Join Dr. Sutherland and Chelsealya Payne and learn how you too can indeed be a “victor” in your own circumstance. If someone you know or love is experiencing IPV, listen in to learn how you can show your support without the person that is going through or has experienced abuse feeling like they are being victimized all over again.

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