Karen Lee is a retired clinical psychologist and international management consultant. She is on the Board of the Peer Support Services for Abused Women in Calgary, Alberta, and leads groups for women who have left, or are in the process of leaving, abusive relationships.
Karen is author of The Full Catastrophe: A memoir, a book that uncovers the world of upscale domestic abuse by taking you behind the doors of a beautifully appointed home and into a highly professional, well-educated family, to reveal the story that few women will tell.
The Journey To Healing From Upscale Abuse
- What is upscale domestic abuse?
- Why did you write a book about your abusive marriages?
- What benefit are readers going to get from your experience?
- What are the key things to do when you feel trapped in domestic abuse and want to get out?
- What do women need to remember when they leave?
Karen’s book, The Full Catastrophe: A memoir was named by Redbook Magazine as one of the “20 Best Books You Absolutely Must Read this Spring,” by Culturalist.com as one of the “Top 10 Literary Reads that will help you see the World Differently” andhas been named a Finalist in the Next Generation Indie Book Awards for “Women’s Issues.”
If you’d like to know more about her book, and recovering from domestic abuse, healing and recovery, Karen’s website is www.karenelee-author.com and you can follow her on her Facebook page:
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