Overcome violation and build the life you deserve.
You're free, strong, and capable. You made the choice to be a survivor and not a victim. But your life from here on out should be about more than just getting by. Written by women who have taken a similar journey, Surviving Domestic Violence helps you find your path toward healing, change, and the future you've always wanted.
Authors Danielle F. Wozniak and Karen N. Allen have used their vast experience and years of teaching and researching to create a clinically tested program that not only helps you understand the devastating effects of domestic violence, but also leads you through the four stages of recovery. Through a series of meditations, activities, and pieces of inspiration, you will learn to reclaim your personal power, restore your life trajectory, reconnect with your community, and re-envision what lies ahead. With the guidance of this book, you can finally conquer your past and step into a brighter future.
Simple, straightforward, and practical, Surviving Domestic Violence helps you heal from the violation you have experienced and thrive once again.
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Danielle F. Wozniak, MSW, ACSW, PhD, is an associate professor and BSW Program Director at the University of Montana's School of Social Work. She spent nine years as a social worker and twenty years in clinical research, focusing on domestic violence, motherhood, sexuality, ethnography, and cultural diversity.
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