In Episode 21 of the Narcissistic Abuse Rehab Podcast, we delve into the topic ‘Julie Levine: A Coercive Control Advocate Battles A Rare Form of Cancer,’ and the disturbing similarities between Julie and Catherine Kassenoff’s experiences of coercive control, child custody in the Westchester Family Court, and adverse health outcomes. Like Catherine, Julie has allegedly suffered from years of cruel post-separation abuse from…
Coercive control survivor and advocate Julie Levine is battling a rare blood cancer and she needs our support.
Sandra L. Brown analyzes how the rejected theory of Parental Alienation Syndrome because big business in the family court system.
‘The Young and the Restless’ is at the forefront of raising awareness about coercive control on daytime television.
Counter-parenting is a coercive control tactic that’s a common aspect of post-separation abuse in narcissistic family dynamics.
An op-ed by Angelina Jolie exposes racial bias in medical care, highlighting the urgent need for nonbiased forensic technology.
Virginie Efira advocates for coercive control legislation in France while promoting ‘L’Amour et les Forêts’ (Just The Two of Us).
Melvil Poupaud’s portrayal of a coercive control perpetrator is a tour de force in Just The Two of Us (L’Amour et les Forêts).
Parent child alienation syndrome is a controversial theory by Dr. Richard A. Gardener that pathologizes children who withdraw from a parent.
Women targeted for non-fatal strangulation by an intimate partner or family member are 750% at risk of being killed by the same perpetrator.