New eBook Helps You Heal the Pain of Emotional Verbal Abuse and the Trauma of Domestic Violence

Denver, CO (PressExposure) June 23, 2009 -- When it comes to healing from domestic abuse, battered women do not reach out to mental healthcare professionals; they run from them. And it’s no surprise.

Historically, psychologists and psychiatrists have been engaged by abusers to "brand" their victims as mentally defective (“crazy”)—all in an effort to discredit and silence the victim and their victimization.

So when the abused need these healthcare providers the most, they are the last to be sought out. The net result is domestic violence survivors typically do not have adequate resources to recover psychologically from domestic abuse.

Psychological Healing for Domestic Abuse eBook brings the wisdom of psychological healing to you. It is the first of a two-volume eBook set designed to help women and men recover from domestic violence.

Psychological Healing for Domestic Abuse helps readers mend the pain of emotional verbal abuse and the trauma of physical violence. It takes you by the hand and shows you secrets to:

• Dealing with Verbal Abuse • Lifting Depression • Establishing Well-being • Creating Physical and Psychological Health • …and more

You can heal your long-standing psychological pain from relationship violence and have remedy for the emotional scars of domestic abuse. And once done, you will know emotional peace, wholeness, happiness and well-being again.

Psychological Healing for Domestic Abuse is authored by Dr. Jeanne King, Ph.D., psychologist and consulting expert in domestic violence cases nationwide. She is the leading expert in the subtle communications of battering relationships and has authored over 175 articles on family violence.

The easy, informative read is available online in a downloadable PDF file eBook. All proceeds from the sales of Psychological Healing for Domestic Abuse eBook support the work of Partners in Prevention, a 501c3 nonprofit dedicated to ending domestic abuse.

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Dr. Jeanne King, Ph.D. Partners in Prevention

About Partners in Prevention

Dr. Jeanne King, Ph.D. is founding director of Partners in Prevention, a 501c3 nonprofit organization dedicated to domestic abuse prevention and intervention.

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Press Release Submitted On: June 23, 2009 at 10:58 am
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