PODCASTS

November 12, 2020

Episode 29: Family courts are failing the “best interests” of adult and child abuse survivors: An interview with Joan Meier

About Episode 29 Family courts’ decisions related to domestic violence and child abuse have tremendous impact on the lives of adult and child survivors. These decisions […]
October 28, 2020

Episode 28: “I have something I want to talk to you about…”: A conversation about the experiences of OIDV survivors with pioneering researcher Dr. Leanor Boulin Johnson

About Episode 28 The first police spouse Dr. Leanor Boulin Johnson interviewed came into the office, sat down and said: “I have something I want to […]
October 16, 2020

Episode 27: “How much crime are you willing to let your police commit?”: An interview with Lieutenant Detective Mark Wynn (Ret) and Police Chief Tom Tremblay (Ret)

  About Episode 27 Police have been fighting against officer-involved domestic violence (OIDV)  for decades. In this episode, David & Ruth interviews two international law enforcement […]
October 6, 2020

Episode 26: Listening to the voices of survivors of officer-involved domestic violence: An interview with Nanette Chezum

About Episode 26 Survivors of officer-involved domestic violence (OIDV) face threats and challenges not faced by other survivors.  OIDV perpetrators are highly trained in violence, control […]
September 30, 2020

Episode 25: When police officers commit domestic violence: Award winning journalist and author Alex Roslin on the global problem of officer-involved domestic violence

About Episode 25 When police officers commit domestic violence, it harms their family, the public, and the efficiency and effectiveness of police departments.  Domestic violence survivors, […]
September 24, 2020

Episode 24: The healing power of survivor impact panels

About Episode 24 Survivors deserve a variety of options for support, justice and healing. In this episode, Ruth and David interview a survivor, practitioner and researcher […]
September 8, 2020

Episode 23: Unraveling the gender paradox at the center of the Safe & Together Model

About Episode 23 Often gendered and non-gendered frameworks for domestic violence are pitted against each other as if they represent two mutually exclusive universes. This does […]
September 3, 2020

Episode 22: When Culture, Religion & Domestic Violence Meet

About Episode 22 Systems often fail domestic survivors who are from religious communities. In the United Kingdom and other places, Muslim survivors can face racism from […]
August 24, 2020

Episode 21: Listening to the Voices of Children and Young People Harmed by Fathers Who Choose Violence

About Episode 21 For too long we have not listened to children and young people’s experience of their father’s violence. In their groundbreaking research, Professor Cathy […]
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