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October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month
Radio Show 'Your Life After Trauma' brings attention to Domestic Violence Awareness Month on their October 20th show featuring a detective and a survivor. Michele Rosenthal hopes to spread a message of healing and hope after trauma.
By: Michele Rosenthal - yourlifeaftertrauma.com
According to Michele Rosenthal, host of ‘Your Life After Trauma’, "While we all think we know what domestic violence is about, the truth is many of us don't realize who it affects and how. I'm really pleased this week to be exploring the subject and raising awareness about abuse. We highlight domestic violence in October but it goes on throughout the year. What we learn this week we can use to help others every day of every other month."
‘Your Life After Trauma’ brings weekly support and information to trauma survivors, plus their caregivers and healing professionals on Thursday nights from 7-8pm EST, on Seaview Radio (95.9AM/106.9FM/
Featuring expert and survivor guests focused on topics related to the experience of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and post-trauma life, ‘Your Life After Trauma’ future topics include:
· October 20th -- ‘Domestic Violence Awareness’
· October 27th -- ‘How You Can Transform Yourself After Trauma’
· November 3rd -- ‘How to Stop Your Thought Addiction’
· November 11th -- ‘Veteran’s Day Tribute’
· November 17th -- ‘How to Fend Off Stress During the Holidays’
Each show features a professional and personal perspective, plus spontaneous call-ins so that listeners can ask their questions, talk to an expert, and receive personal recommendations around specific issues.
For more information about ‘Your Life After Trauma’, visit:
This week’s guests will be:
Rachael is a student at Rogers State University. She is a survivor of domestic violence and will be sharing how to navigate the healing process as well as how to find the right kind of support.
Tamika Jones is a detective at the Palm Beach County Sheriffs Office and currently is assigned to the Domestic Violence Unit. Detective Jones has over 19 years of law enforcement experience, holds an Associate’s Degree from Palm Beach Community College and has participated in numerous continuing education hours in the areas of Domestic Violence, Dating Violence and Stalking. Detective Jones is an active
member of The Palm Beach County Domestic Violence Council. Tamika Sharanda Jones was born in West Palm Beach Florida. She is married to Emory Payne. She now resides in Wellington Florida and has one son, Victor Jones.
Posttraumatic Stress Disorder is a wholly treatable condition that results from a life-threatening experience in which the trauma survivor felt helpless. PTSD symptoms include insomnia, nightmares, flashbacks, emotional numbing, hyperarousal and hypervigilance.
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