Are You Struggling With Domestic Violence?

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Domestic violence includes any type of abuse — physical, sexual, emotional, spiritual, etc. — or any combination of these carried out by an intimate partner. Domestic violence is immensely harmful to the victim, but counseling can assist in their recovery.

Survivors of domestic violence may require more concrete support, such as food, clothing, and shelter. Counselors can help connect them to the resources they need while also providing a safe environment to process the hurt and abuse. Survivors may need more intensive psychotherapy for trauma, depending on their circumstances.

Available Treatment Options

Therapist interventions include identifying unhelpful thought patterns, such as those of self-blame, developing confidence and self-esteem, brainstorming healthy coping mechanisms, and readjusting to life without domestic violence.

Therapists Who Specialize in Helping Those Who Struggle With Domestic Violence

Ebony Harrison, LPC



Life can be isolating and difficult at times. That simple understanding is what continues to motivate me to be a therapist as it allows me to support others in a nonjudgmental and helpful space.
Hello/Nyob Zoo! I’m Fue Yang a licensed Professional Clinical Counselor here in the Twin Cities. My focus is working with adults however I do make some exceptions for young people too! I’m been in practice for the past 10 years, with an array of experience working with culture, trauma, religion/spirituality, grief, and identity. My passion has been providing my skills and services to the commun...