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Living Free: A Journal for Survivors of Domestic Violence Paperback – January 28, 2013


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There are pivotal moments in the lives of all seekers when we realize that we’ve been traveling on our path of growth toward happiness and ful­fillment, but, simply put, we want to go faster.
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Jennifer is a licensed clinical social worker with twenty years experience in working with at-risk youth and families. She has worked in residential, dual diagnosis, and psychiatric in-patient programs, as well as domestic violence programs. Jennifer currently works in the juvenile justice field.

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Jennifer is a licensed clinical social worker with twenty years experience working with at risk teens. She has provided services in a variety of settings including dual diagnosis residential treatment, in-patient psychiatric care, domestic violence programs, and the juvenile justice field. Her particular interest is with youth that intersect the mental health and juvenile justice systems.