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CO301 Counseling Women Affected by Sexual Abuse and Domestic Violence (Audio)

CO301 Counseling Women Affected by Sexual Abuse and Domestic Violence (Audio)

Morven Baker

| Lexham Press | 2014

Author Bio

Dr. Morven R. Baker, DMin, PCC-S, NCC, has over 20 years of counseling experience in both institutional and private practice settings. In 2005 she founded the Ashland Women’s Counseling Center, an institution seeking to provide resources to women and those who care for them. Dr. Baker’s efforts deal with a wide range of issues faced by women but primarily with issues arising from sexual abuse and domestic abuse, and the center aims to provide a safe setting for girls and women in need.

Dr. Baker is a popular speaker and teacher, having taught classes and delivered lectures and workshops in the United States and abroad. Topics of her classes and workshops have included aspects of sexual abuse, counseling, and forgiveness. Dr. Baker has contributed to Long Journey Home: Understanding and Ministering to the Sexually Abused (edited by Andrew J. Schmutzer) and More Light on the Path: Daily Scripture Readings in Hebrew and Greek (Baker Publishing Group).

Originally from Scotland, Dr. Baker is married to fellow Mobile Ed instructor Dr. David W. Baker, and this globetrotting couple has two adult children and three granddaughters.