There are many types of toxic relationships that can deeply affect our sense of self – a relationship underpinned by power and control is one type of these toxic relationships.
We will be looking at power and control relationships as part of a three part series, and Helen Isenhour is here with me today to help us untangle these extremely toxic power and control relationships, and assist us to understand the dynamics and what we can do if we find ourselves in one of these relationships.
Helen Isenhour hails from Australia, and has worked with vulnerable young people, families and communities for over twenty seven years.
Helen is a qualified Social Worker, Counsellor, and a trained Mediator, and has worked with many groups of people including: adults with disabilities; children and young people in Out of Home Care; women and children experiencing domestic violence; perpetrators of violence and families experiencing separation. Helen currently works in the area of mental health and has a passion for empowering people in their lives and relationships.