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Coercive control, with Professor Jane Monckton-Smith

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Trigger warning - this episode deals with domestic abuse, murder and suicide. If you do not feel prepared to listen to these topics, please join us again next month.

In this episode, Sarah talks to Professor Jane Monckton-Smith, Professor Of Public Protection at the University of Gloucestershire, about her research into coercive control.

At around 4:38  Professor Monckton-Smith defines coersive control, at 9 minutes, they discuss how to tell if a relationship is dangerous, and at 18:33 Sarah asks how we can support friends and family in these kinds of relationships.

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