Recognizing The Impact of Non-Physical Violence in our Daily Lives

May 18, 2017
Hosted by Dr. Suzanne B. Phillips

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Against a backdrop of ongoing reports of terrorism, violence, physical brutality and sexual assault, Dr. Bob Klein and Vic Schermer ask us to consider the overlooked acts of non-physical violence voiced or displayed in families, schools, the workplace, and relationships. Drawing upon their professional work with individuals and groups and their extensive writing on violence, they discuss the causes and impact of insults, stereotyping, bullying, microaggression and institutional violence that marginalizes and stereotypes others and sanctions covert and overt violence. Crucial to their message is an interesting and important discussion of strategies to recognize and prevent these subtle but violent assaults to a person’s sense of self. Most of us have been guilty of non-physical violence, victims of non-physical violence or bystanders of it. The cost to ourselves and others is too great. We can make a difference.

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Dr. Suzanne B. Phillips

Dr. Suzanne B. Phillips

Dr. Suzanne B. Phillips has been a practicing psychologist, psychoanalyst, group therapist and professor for over 30 years. She is the co-author of three books and over 40 articles and chapters. Most recently, she co-authored Healing Together: A Couple’s Guide to Coping with Trauma and Post-Traumatic Stress. She has written and presented on a wide range of topics including couples, marriage, divorce, trauma, teens, pets, midlife, military, managing stress, infidelity, resilience, bereavement and family issues. Her work has been recognized with awards such as The Suffolk County Psychological Association Psychology of the Year Award, The Rutgers University GSAPP Lifelong Distinguished Achievement Award, and The American Group Psychotherapy Association Social Responsibility Award. She also gave testimony before Congress for the needs of military families. Suzanne is a weekly blogger for Psych Central with over 250 original blogs. She has also blogged for This Emotional Life on PBS, has appeared on television programs such as Fox 5 Good Day New York and Good Day Street Talk. She has been a radio guest on many shows including Kelly Connor’s Real Women on Health, Military Mom Talk Radio, Tom Matt’s Boomer Rock and NPR. Since 2013, Suzanne has hosted Psych Up on CoSozo online radio and on WMIQ 1450 AM in Michigan. Her current show, Psych Up Live, airs globally on VoiceAmerica.

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