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This Podcast describes the nature of Elder Abuse and how Laura's House can help victims of Elder Abuse through the programs and services we provide.
Welcome to the Laura’s House Podcast series. In this installment of our series, we will be speaking with Marissa Presley, Bilingual Prevention and Education Specialist, about the growing prevalence of dating abuse in middle schools, and how Laura’s House is working to educate 7th and 8th graders on healthy relationships, and appropriate conflict resolution skills for preventing dating abuse.
Welcome to the Laura’s House Podcast series. In this installment of our series, we will be speaking with Amy Borst, Clinical Director for Laura’s House, about the how the recent expansion of our Emergency Shelter has made it possible for Laura’s House to serve individuals and families with special needs.
Welcome to the Laura’s House Podcast series. In this installment of our series, we will be speaking with Amy Borst, Clinical Director for Laura’s House, about the new programs that have been added along with the recent rebuild of the Emergency Shelter.
Welcome to the Laura’s House Podcast series. In this installment of our series, we will be speaking with Amy Borst, Clinical Director for Laura’s House, about the state-of-the-art features for families affected by domestic violence that are now available through the recently rebuilt Laura’s House Emergency Shelter. We will also discuss what these new features mean for Laura’s House and the clients we serve.
Amy Borst, Clinical Director for Laura's House, and Wayne Pinnell, the organization's Board Chair, provide an update on the programs and services provided by Laura's House for Domestic Violence Awareness Month 2013. This segment originally aired on KSBR Radio on Monday, October 7, 2013 at 7:00 p.m.
In this episode of our Podcast series, we are speaking with Amy Borst, Clinical Director for Laura's House about the 2012 agency outcomes, including how many people were served by our agency last year, and the impact that we had on the community.
In this installment of the Laura's House Podcast series, we will be speaking with Adriane Nada, Domestic Violence Clinical Educator for Laura’s House, about the role that therapy plays in treating the impacts of domestic violence, and how it helps individuals and families build lives that are free of violence.
Adriane Nada, Domestic Violence Clinical Educator, and Adam Dodge, a Legal Advocate for Laura's House, provide an update on the programs and services provided by Laura's House for Domestic Violence Awareness Month 2012. This segment originally aired on KSBR Radio on Monday, October 1, 2012 at 7:00 p.m.
Welcome to the Laura’s House Podcast series! Women are not the only ones who find themselves in abusive relationships. In this episode of our Podcast series, we will be speaking with Adriane Nada, Domestic Violence Clinical Educator for Laura’s House, about the male perspective on domestic violence. During this podcast, we hope to learn more about why men either stay in abusive relationships, or remain silent about domestic violence.
In this episode of the Laura's House Podcast Series, Marissa Presley, Bilingual Prevention and Education Specialist for Laura's House will be speaking with a survivor of teen dating violence. Listeners will have the opportunity to learn how dating violence impacted this young woman's life, and what she was able to take away from the experience that will help others in similar situations. Parents and teens alike are encouraged to listen to this informative podcast!
Welcome to the Laura’s House Podcast series. In this installment of our series, we will be speaking with Adriane Nada, Domestic Violence Clinical Educator for Laura’s House, about why women and men who are in abusive relationships, stay in these relationships. This issue is much more complex and multidimensional than it appears on the surface, and we are delighted that Adriane is here to shed some light for us on “Why do they stay?”
Welcome to the Laura’s House Podcast series. In this installment of our series, we will be speaking with Linda Dennis, Shelter Administrator for Laura’s House, about the newly rebuilt Laura’s House Emergency Shelter, and what the shelter expansion means for Laura’s House, the clients we serve, and the Orange County community and beyond.
This a Podcast on restraining orders. During this Podcast will be speaking with Adam Dodge, a legal advocate here at Laura’s House about what victims of domestic violence should know about obtaining a restraining order. We will also discuss the various fundamentals of restraining orders – WHO, WHAT and HOW, and practical considerations for restraining orders including paperwork, evidence and the hearing. In this Podcast, we will define abuse, police involvement, emergency protective orders and temporary restraining orders. Please note that Laura’s House is not a law firm, and this information is mean to be a resource only. NOTICE TO LISTENERS: The information contained in this podcast is not intended to serve as legal advice or as a guarantee, warranty or prediction regarding the outcome of any particular legal matter. It is recommended that you consult with local domestic violence resources or an attorney before filing for a restraining order.
In this installment of the Laura's House Podcast series, Adriane Nada, a Domestic Violence Clinical Educator at Laura’s House, and Marissa Presley, Laura’s House Prevention and Education Specialist will talk about Teen Dating Violence and the Parent’s Point of View. Often, parents do not recognize the signs for teen dating violence, and misinterpret behavior as rebellion or acting out. During this Podcast Karen L., a mom who sought help for her teen daughter assuming she was just being rebellious, will share her testimony about how she came to realize her daughter was in an abusive relationship. This podcast will also offer advice and resources for parents who suspect their child is being abused by a dating partner.
In this installment of our series, we will be speaking with Andrea McCallister, Director of Events and Communications here at Laura’s House about the Laura’s Legacy Society, a deferred giving program that honors those caring and visionary individuals who are making a contribution to the future of Laura’s House.
Amy Borst, Clinical Director for Laura's House, and Wayne Pinnell, Laura's House Board Member and Chairman of the Cornerstone Capital Campaign provide an update on Laura's House for Domestic Violence Awareness Month. This segment originally aired on KSBR Radio on Monday, October 10 at 7:00 p.m.
Welcome to the Laura’s House Podcast series. In this installment of our series, we will be speaking with Adriane Nada, a Domestic Violence Clinical Educator here at Laura’s House about the definition of love, and how it relates to domestic violence issues. In order to recover from domestic violence, one must learn the difference between healthy and unhealthy love. The question then arises, how can we begin to educate our clients on the differences without first defining and exploring the concept of love… especially when those that have experienced abuse claim to have been drawn to the abuser in the first place because of love? How can one trust love in the future when it has been so deceptive in the past?
In this installment of our series, we will be speaking with Adriane Nada, a Domestic Violence Clinical Educator here at Laura’s House about the domestic violence in the workplace. A recent study by the Centers for Disease Control found that victims of severe intimate violence lose nearly 8 million days of paid work – the equivalent of more than 32,000 full time jobs and almost 5.6 million days of household productivity each year. Adriane will talk with us more about why this is happening, and what resources are available to those impacted by domestic violence, as well as their employers, to help mitigate its effect on the workplace.
Pregnant women are 60% more likely to be abused than non-pregnant women. In this installment of our Podcast series, Adriane Nada, a Domestic Violence Clinical Educator with Laura's House will explain more about why this is true, and the impact that Domestic Violence has on pregnant women and their unborn children.
In this installment of the Laura's House Podcast series, we will learn more about “Healing from the Body Up,” a therapeutic technique based on inspiring interventions that address general and specific traumas experienced by those impacted by domestic violence.
In this installment of our Podcast series, we will discuss some of the dangers posed by “texting” when it comes to teen dating violence, learn about the signs that parents can use to identifying whether their teen is in an abusive relationship, and find out more about how the Laura’s House Healthy Emotions and Attitudes in Relationships for Teens (H.E.A.R.T.) program is helping to educate teens, and prevent dating violence before it starts.
For victims of domestic violence, health care is a lifeline. In this installment of our series, we will be discussing how the passage of the “Affordable Healthcare Act of 2010” helps women, particularly those who are victims of domestic violence, ensure that they have access to health care coverage when they need it most.
In this Podcast, Francis Olaveson, a Laura's House shelter staff member, will share share highlights from the “Domestic Violence Counts 2009” survey, a 24-hour census of Domestic Violence Shelters and Services, produced by the National Network to End Domestic Violence (NNEDV). The goal of the 24-hour census was to gather an unduplicated count of adults and children seeking domestic violence services within a single day. Laura’s House is a community-based non-profit organization that empowers individuals and families to lead violence-free lives. We offer a comprehensive range of services including safe refuge for women and children escaping violent homes. We also offer legal support services, counseling, community education, and prevention workshops for teens on healthy relationships and dating violence. Our mission is to change the social beliefs, attitudes and behaviors that perpetuate domestic violence while creating a safe space in which to empower individuals and families affected by abuse.
Hemali Shah discusses "Parent Alienation Syndrome" or PAS, its definition and origins, and why PAS is so detrimental for women and their children who are trying to rebuild their lives after fleeing an abusive home. This podcast will share recent statistics; the problems associated with the PAS theory; and ways that PAS is misused by the courts. We will also share how PAS can impact abused women going through divorce or custody cases, and the economic impact it has on women and their children. Laura’s House is a community-based non-profit organization that empowers individuals and families to lead violence-free lives. We offer a comprehensive range of services including safe refuge for women and children escaping violent homes. We also offer legal support services, counseling, community education, and prevention workshops for teens on healthy relationships and dating violence.
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Podcast Details

Created by
Laura's House
Podcast Status
Hiatus/Finished
Started
Aug 26th, 2009
Latest Episode
Oct 29th, 2014
Release Period
Weekly
Episodes
31
Avg. Episode Length
14 minutes
Explicit
No

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