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Protective Mothers Alliance International BTR show with special guest co host Ben Atherton-Zeman

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Please join Protective Mother's Alliance International's Executive Director Janice Levinson along with special guest host Ben Atherton-Zeman as they interview a protective mother and her daughter about their experiences with family court abuse. We are proud to include, famed attorney Barry Goldstein, who will join Janice and Ben for the second half of the show. Attorney Goldstein will discuss the problems within family court, his new groundbreaking book, and answer some questions from callers. Casey Keene, MSW, LSW Casey Keene has been at the National Resource Center on Domestic Violence since 2001, where she currently serves as the Project Coordinator for the National Online Resource Center on Violence Against Women. As a young woman, Casey formed a strong partnership with her mother in the on-going struggle for safety and freedom from her mother's batterer. She is determined to share her story to influence the ways in which advocacy is done on behalf of children exposed to domestic violence. Kathlene Russell, MS A survivor of domestic violence, Ms. Russell has been working in the battered women's movement for more than 15 years. She is currently the Executive Director of The Women's Center of Columbia/Montour in Bloomsburg, PA. Ms. Russell holds a Master's Degree in Guidance and Psychological Services. Barry Goldstein is a nationally recognized domestic violence speaker, author and advocate. He is the co-editor with Mo Therese Hannah of the new book DOMESTIC VIOLENE, ABUSE and CHILD CUSTODY and author of SCARED TO LEAVE AFRAID TO STAY. Barry frequently works with protective mothers to help them apply the up-to-date research now available to their cases and also has been an instructor and supervisor in a NY Model Batterer Program for eleven years.