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We implement the intent of the Americans with Disabilities Act Amendments Act through advocacy by reducing stigma connected to all disabilities. We thereby improve public health, the economy, and the effectiveness of the judicial system.

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The Legacy of Dr. Karin Huffer

 


 

Dr. Karin Huffer is best known for coining the term legal abuse syndrome, arising from her observations in private practice as a marriage and family therapist for 40 years. She noticed that patients involved in the legal system (litigation in particular) suffered from a traumatic stress preventing them from benefiting from therapy. Through her work at a psychiatric hospital, speaking at conferences, peer research, and personal experience, Dr. Huffer developed an 8-step protocol designed to help victims overcome the pain caused by their psychological reaction to profound and prolonged injustice.

 

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