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Fighting Domestic Violence PT.2: The Will To Win "The Batterer's Battle Within"

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On FOXOLOGY TODAY I continue a FOUR-PART series on domestic violence, The Will To Win: The Batterer's Battle Within. It's a tough subject, and an even tougher problem for so many men, women and families. We'll discuss how batterers, both MEN and WOMEN, can get help, treatment and support. Fighting domestic violence is a battle we can win. I hope you'll tune in!

About Today's Guest:

Sherri Kendall, CEO of Aid to Victims of Domestic Abuse (AVDA), has specialized in working with domestic violence abusers for more than 27 years. She is both a survivor of domestic abuse and a veteran in the field, having worked in family violence programs in Texas, Colorado, and Oklahoma. She has over a decade of service to AVDA, a unique non-profit that has served the Houston community for over 30 years, providing free legal representation to victims of abuse and a nationally-acclaimed Battering Intervention and Prevention Program (BIPP) for abusers. 

Kendall has created and coordinated Battering Intervention and Prevention Programs for both men and women, and served as Interim Director of a domestic violence shelter. She is an active member of the Texas Council on Family Violence, the Harris County Death Review Team, Harris County Domestic Violence Coordinating Council, and the Fort Bend County Crime Victims Response Team. 

She holds a Masters of Education in Counseling from the University of Houston-Victoria, a Masters in Personnel Management and Industrial Relations from the London School of Economics, and is a Licensed Professional Counselor.

For more information on Aid to Victims of Domestic Abuse, call 713.224.9911.  AVDA is a United Way program.

You may also call the National Center for Domestic and Sexual Violence at 1.800.799.SAFE (7233) for emergency assistance.

 

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