Lisa A. Goodman is a clinical-community psychologist and Professor in the Department of Counseling and Applied Developmental Psychology at Boston College. Her research explores ways that systems designed to support intimate partner violence survivors both promote safety and healing and create new challenges for struggling families. Dr. Goodman has consulted to multiple national organizations, including the National [email protected] Network, the National Resource Center on Domestic Violence, and the American Civil Liberties Union; and she has conducted domestic violence program evaluation trainings in communities across the country. Her previous collaborations with Deborah Epstein include Listening to Battered Women: A Survivor-Centered Approach to Advocacy, Mental Health, and Justice (APA Press 2008).

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