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How do we support resiliency in mothers and their children exposed to domestic abuse? On Friday, September 12th, MCEDV hosted over 110 people in Freeport for a day-long conference on the impact of domestic violence on children. The training, titled Fostering Resiliency: Children Exposed to Domestic Violence, featured national expert Dr. Sandra Graham-Bermann.
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MCEDV's upcoming training, Fostering Resiliency: Children Exposed to Domestic Violence has reached capacity. We have closed the registration and the wait list. Please contact Regina Rooney at firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to be informed directly of future trainings on this topic. Thank you for your interest.
As more details emerge about the Ray Rice case, people are questioning Janay Rice’s choice to stay with a man who was caught on camera beating her. Some don’t understand her subsequent choice to marry Rice, and her defense of him after he was fired from the Ravens. Survivors of domestic abuse, however, are well aware of the complicated...
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