Author: MNI Media | Date: 12 June 2020
The COVID-19 lockdown has been linked to a global spike in domestic violence, and many survivors who've escaped their abusers lack the resources for traditional therapy and shelters due to the pandemic.
Dr Sandi Curtis, PhD, MTA, MT-BC, a domestic violence survivors' advocate and activist, is an internationally-trained therapist with more than 30 years’ experience in clinical practice, education and research.
Sandi joins host of The International; Conversations That Matter, Jeevan A. Robinson to discuss violence against women and forms of therapy to include music.
Click play and listen to our conversation below: