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The ugly realities of healing from DVA

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It is never easy to be a victim. In every case, someone has to be honest and help them hear what is right, which is sometimes, for a DVA victim, difficult to hear. Jason Grygla a mental health counselor will be discussing the difficult things for DVA victims to hear while they are healing. 

 Jason is a licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor of 18 years, he has a Masters Degree in Professional Counseling for Marriage, Family and Addiction Recovery Therapy. He worked at LDS Family services for 11 years as the Director of the Phoenix AZ, Office, afterwards, he opened a Private Practice in Glendale for 3 years until he Moved to Toquerville to work at a teen inpatient therapeutic program.  He has been married to his wife Debbie for 23 years, they have adopted three boys and have 2 little girls.  They are ages 5, 10, 15, 25 and 25. 

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