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Ending Domestic Abuse is a bi-weekly podcast, hosted by Dr. Ludy Green, a national expert on preventing and responding to violence against women and children. The focus of the podcast is to empower women by arming them with immediate and useful advice to pursue their goals and prevent or escape abuse.
Dr. Green created this podcast in response to the Covid-19 pandemic separating violence victims and survivors from their support systems and isolating many with their abusers. Since then, Ending Domestic Abuse has become an essential resource, featuring subject matter experts who provide valuable insight both for our listeners who have experienced abuse, as well as our listeners who are in positions of power and can help uplift others.
Podcast guests include best-selling authors, well-known celebrities and social media influencers, judges, psychiatrists, and entrepreneurs at the top of their fields, and survivors with inspiring stories to share. Listen now to start the journey of changing your life!

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Ending Domestic Abuse is a bi-weekly podcast, hosted by Dr. Ludy Green, a national expert on preventing and responding to violence against women and children. The focus of the podcast is to empower women by arming them with immediate and useful advice to pursue their goals and prevent or escape abuse.
Dr. Green created this podcast in response to the Covid-19 pandemic separating violence victims and survivors from their support systems and isolating many with their abusers. Since then, Ending Domestic Abuse has become an essential resource, featuring subject matter experts who provide valuable insight both for our listeners who have experienced abuse, as well as our listeners who are in positions of power and can help uplift others.
Podcast guests include best-selling authors, well-known celebrities and social media influencers, judges, psychiatrists, and entrepreneurs at the top of their fields, and survivors with inspiring stories to share. Listen now to start the journey of changing your life!

    Human Trafficking: Survivor-Led Empowerment

    Human Trafficking: Survivor-Led Empowerment

    This week, Dr. Green talks with Andrea Powell, founder of Karana Rising-- a community made up of and lead by survivors of human trafficking and sexual assault, dedicated to promoting healing and ending violence. Together, they discuss what human trafficking truly looks like in the US, how policy must change to protect survivors, and share the story of Tiffany Simpson, a survivor of child sex trafficking currently serving time.
    To learn more about Tiffany's story, click here to read and sign her change.org petition: https://www.change.org/p/state-of-georgia-free-child-sex-trafficking-survivor-tiffany-simpson
    To learn more about Karana rising, visit their website: https://karanarising.org/
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    • 23 min
    Hegemonic Masculinity, Precarious Manhood, and Domestic Violence

    Hegemonic Masculinity, Precarious Manhood, and Domestic Violence

    Dr. Ludy Green speaks with Dr. Trent Claypool, a clinical psychologist who specializes in sexual assault prevention. Together, they discuss how men can participate in the dismantling of and healing from toxic masculinity. They emphasize that we must include men in conversations about intimate partner violence while continuing to empower female and nonbinary survivors.
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    • 25 min
    Mindfulness: One-on-One with Dr. Ludy Green

    Mindfulness: One-on-One with Dr. Ludy Green

    Are you struggling with stress or anxiety? Do you feel like you are constantly staring at our phone screen? Do you want to learn how to live in the moment and be more in-control of your thoughts? Listen in today to learn the basics of mindfulness from Dr. Ludy Green.
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    • 12 min
    Indigenous Women Face an Epidemic of Violence

    Indigenous Women Face an Epidemic of Violence

    In this episode, Dr. Ludy Green sits down with Mary Kathryn Nagle, Cherokee citizen, lawyer, playwright, and activist.
    They discuss the often silent epidemic of violence faced by Indigenous women and children, and the mental, emotional, and physical toll of intergenerational violence and trauma. They also explore the legal, social, political, and economic reforms that must happen to bring justice to Indigenous communities.
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    • 21 min
    Breaking the Stigma of Mental Health Care

    Breaking the Stigma of Mental Health Care

    July is National Minority Mental Health Month.
    Although on a broad scale the importance of mental health care is better understood, there are still too many people who face doubt, ridicule, judgement, and a lack of resources when seeking help for mental illness. Dr. Green and Ayushee Ghoshal discuss the mental health stigma that still exists in many communities and cultures. Ayushee shares her powerful story and an important message: Those struggling with mental illness are not "crazy," and it is okay to not be okay.
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    • 27 min
    Domestic Violence and the Pandemic: A Year Later

    Domestic Violence and the Pandemic: A Year Later

    The Ending Domestic Abuse Podcast is celebrating its one year anniversary!
    In this episode, Dr. Green reflects back on the previous year and discusses how the pandemic has impacted domestic abuse victims and resources with special guest Jennifer Frazee, Executive Director of A Safe Place, Inc.
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    • 23 min

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