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Making the intangible tangible: Collecting damages for pain and suffering
The image that a sexual predator is a stranger trying to entice a small child is so outdated. Today, we know that sexual predators can be anyone—blood relatives, clergy, doctors, coaches, and, yes, teachers. As authority ...
How does polyvagal theory impact family law matters?
Polyvagal theory was developed by Stephen Porges, Ph.D. to describe our “flight or fight” response to stressful situations. When faced with trauma, some individuals react with anger, anxiousness, or shame. Some retreat. ...