Overcoming Domestic Abuse
Information and Inspiration to Rise Above Domestic Abuse
This unique course, based on Jody's Overcoming Domestic Abuse book, offers hope, inspiration, and a pathway for victims of abuse to become true survivors.
This course is also excellent for friends, family, ministries and churches who desire to provide effective support for those impacted by domestic abuse.
The course offers:
- Critical insight and direction that is Biblical and practical
- Important information, skills, steps and strategies
- Real life examples, so the path to healing and strength is clear
- A process of healing from the emotional and spiritual devastation caused by abuse
- Help for parents who want to see their children set free from the generational cycle of domestic violence
The goal is healing and transformation, emotionally and spiritually, for those who want to leave their victim identity in the past and move forward into a life of healthy relationships and freedom from abuse.
There is a way to rise above the chaos, confusion and conflict.
If you are a victim, be encouraged that you are not alone, and begin your journey to becoming a true survivor.
Jody Cowdin, M.A., M.Ed., began her career as a public school teacher, and as a therapist for children and their families.
She went on to become an associate professor at a Christian university and later, the executive director of a Christian shelter for battered women and their children.
Jody has published two books, several articles, and has given dozens of presentations and interviews.
Beyond her professional training, she made the perilous journey from being a victim of domestic violence to true survivor, and now works to empower others to overcome their victimization.
She shares important insights and skills, along with her personal story, to help women believe they too can find hope, healing, and freedom from abuse.
Regarding domestic abuse, Jody says, “If it could happen to me, it could happen to anyone” and her story of overcoming inspires others to believe, “If she can do it, so can I.”