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Leaving An Abusive Relationship

be very careful…

I worked with women who were in abusive relationships when I was a therapist. I have taught courses on domestic and child abuse. I also worked in the field of child abuse — both as a psychologist and as an attorney.

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Lynn Dorman, Ph.D.; J.D.

Lynn Dorman, Ph.D.; J.D.

NYC native, snarky, happily aging, educated [with PhD and JD]- I write, I talk, I think, I opine, I teach — and will do so until I can’t.

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