Our guest today is Jordyn Lawson, senior director of Residential Services at Genesis Women’s Shelter & Support. Ms. Lawson supervises both the emergency shelter and Annie’s House transitional living program at the organization and has worked in the field of domestic violence and trauma recovery for over 12 years, conducting individual and group counseling services for women, adolescents, and children. She has a passion for ending domestic violence and helping those who have experienced the pain of trauma heal and grow. Content warnings for this episode include: physical and emotional abuse (2020).
This article focuses on the negative reality of many teen and college relationships, including stalking, sexual assault, and dating violence (2017).
This document presents a case for the inclusion of teen dating violence prevention programs in middle and high schools (2013).
This project expands knowledge about the types of violence and abuse experiences youth have via technology, and how the experience of such cyber abuse within teen dating relationships or through bullying relates to other life factors (2013).
This policy brief focuses on rural survivors of domestic and sexual violence and how the characteristics of rural life have an effect on the survivor’s ability to be economically secure and access safety (2013).
This article provides an overview of trauma as well as experiences of traumas specific to LGBTQ youth (2017).
Recent developments: Domestic violence in the digital age: Towards the creation of a comprehensive cyberstalking statute
The authors discuss the current state of criminal cyberstalking statutes at the state and federal levels (2013).
This article argues that the current juvenile justice system needs to deal with teen abusers by recognizing the causes of dating violence and ending that behavior before they reach adulthood (2015).
This fact sheet reports on the issues faced by LGBTQ+ individuals in teen dating violence relationships (Uploaded 2018).
This document provides the rates and patterns of IPV among LGBTQ+ and responses by collegiate institutions (2014).