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Interview With Dr. Jed Diamond - Staying Safe From Domestic Violence During Lockdown and Beyond

FREA is here as a resource for anyone and everyone who has experienced or is at risk for abuse. We're seeing indicators that Intimate Partner / Domestic Abuse is a growing problem as the COVID-19 lockdown continues.

With so many people losing jobs and experiencing other kinds of intense stress that isn't going to magically disappear overnight, we're concerned the incidence of abuse will continue to grow.

This is one reason we reached out to Dr. Jed Diamond, Ph.D., LCSW, - an internationally acclaimed expert in men's issues and couples counseling - for his guidance about useful ways to reduce risk of abuse and create more relationship harmony during these challenging times.

Key Insights, Effective Tools, and Simple Actions to Help You Stay Safe

During this interview, Jed shares insights, effective tools, and simple actions you can apply immediately to create relationship harmony to help keep you and family members safe during this prolonged period of COVID-19 lockdown and beyond.

Jed Diamond is a licensed psychotherapist with a Ph.D. in International Health and Master’s degree in Social Work. For 50 years, Jed has been a pioneer in the fields of gender reconciliation, energy healing, and prevention of sexual and relationship violence.

His work has been featured in major newspapers throughout the United States including the, "New York Times", "Boston Globe", "Wall Street Journal", "The Los Angeles Times", and "USA Today".

In addition, he's been featured on more than 1,000 radio and T.V. programs including,

  • "The View with Barbara Walters";

  • "Good Morning America";

  • "Today Show";

  • "CNN-360 with Anderson Cooper"; and,

  • CBS, NBC, and Fox News.

Jed has authored 17 books including international best-sellers, "The Irritable Male Syndrome", "Mr. Mean: Saving Your Relationship from The Irritable Male Syndrome", "The Enlightened Marriage", and recently, "12 Rules for Good Men".

This interview is for men and women who want to create more harmony in their relationship, even during highly stressful times.

You'll find information about Jed and his work at his website,

Here is the YouTube video interview with Dr. Jed Diamond.

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