How I #SeeDV: Dr. Wendy Walsh

Dr. Wendy Walsh, how do you #SeeDV?

“I think we’re finally at a place in history where we can see an end to domestic violence. I think that awareness has grown. I think that people are finally asking the questions – the important questions, not the questions of why she stays, but the questions of why he hits, or why as a culture we’re raising perpetrators of domestic violence. I think that we’re at a precipice right now…”

Check out the video to hear more from Dr. Walsh:

wendy-walsh-125Dr. Wendy Walsh is one of America’s thought leaders on relationships. She is an Adjunct Professor of Psychology at California State University, Channel Islands. She holds a B.A. in Journalism, a Masters degree in Psychology, and a Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology, and is the author of three books and numerous publications, including The 30-Day Love Detox. She appears regularly on The Today Show, CBS This Morning, Good Morning America, The Steve Harvey Show, The O’Reilly Factor, Inside Edition, The Katic Couric Show, Jane Velez-Mitchell, and The View. Dr. Walsh was nominated for an Emmy award for her work as a co-host on the Dr. Phil spinoff show, The Doctors. Visit her website at www.drwendywalsh.com.


3 replies
  1. Benjamin ---- says:

    I was just wondering why there is no help for men. I was a DV victim. When I went for help I was laughed at. WHY IS THIS????

    • HotlineAdmin_CC says:


      I am sorry to hear that you have not felt supported as a male victim of domestic violence. While the statistics tell us that more women are victims than men, we absolutely recognize that anyone, regardless of gender, can be a victim of domestic violence, and we try to maintain inclusive language in our advocacy as best we can. If you need additional support or have other questions, please reach out and contact us 24/7 at 1-800-799-7233.


      Hotline Advocate CC

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