Coercive Control

Coercive control serves as the context within which domestic violence occurs. It is a term used to describe an ongoing pattern of behavior used by one person to harm, punish, frighten, or threaten another person. It was criminalized in the UK in December 2015.

Episode 21: Julie Levine: A Coercive Control Advocate Battles Rare Cancer

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…