Dr. Ramona talks with “The 700 Club” about How to Heal Well and Live Free from an Abusive Relationship

Learn more about Dr. Ramona on CBN’s “The 700 Club” here.

Dr. Ramona Appears on 100 Huntley Street to Talk about Domestic Abuse and Her New Book, Healing Well and Living Free from an Abusive Relationship

 

Dr. Ramona talks with Chris Brooks on Moody Radio about How to Heal Well and Live Free from Abuse
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Janet Parshall and Dr. Ramona talk about Domestic Violence Inside and Outside of the Church and How to Heal Well and Live Free from an Abusive Relationship 

Host Janet Parshall of “In the Market with Janet Parshall” talks with Dr. Ramona about how to recognize and define abuse, domestic violence inside and outside the church and her new book, Healing Well and Living Free from an Abusive Relationship. Listen to the full interview here.

 

Dr. Ramona talks with Bill Martinez on Bill Martinez Live about Healing Well and Living Free from an Abusive Relationship  

September 20, 2018 Interview, listen to the full episode here

October 15, 2018 Interview, listen to the full episode here

 

Dr. Ramona and Rev. Rabbi Eric Walker Discuss How to Recover from an Abusive Relationship

Dr. Ramona Talks with Rev. Rabbi Eric Walker about Her Book, Healing Well and Living Free from an Abusive Relationship

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Listen to Dr. Ramona’s interview with Bob Crittenden

October 17, 2018, interview, listen to the full episode here.

Dr. Ramona talks with Rev. Rabbi Eric Walker about Healing From Abuse 

Dr. Ramona speaks with Cathi Parrish of K-WAVE Radio about Healing Well and Living Free from an Abusive Relationship

 

Dr. Ramona talks Healing Well and Living Free from an Abusive Relationship with “The Georgene Rice Show”

Listen to the full episode here

KSIV Radio connects with Dr. Ramona on her new book, Healing Well and Living Free from an Abusive Relationship

Host Mary Guise of KSIV Radio talks with Dr. Ramona about her experience as a survivor of domestic violence, as well as more than 20 years of experience as an expert counselor, therapist, and sought-after speaker. Listen to the full interview about healing well and living free here.

Debbie Chavez and Dr. Ramona talk How to Heal Well and Live Free from an Abusive Relationship

Host of “The Debbie Chavez Show,” Debbie Chavez and Dr. Ramona discuss her new book, Healing Well and Living Free from an Abusive Relationship. Listen to the full podcast here.

 

Dr. Ramona talks “Living Free” with Frequency.FM

Domestic abuse occurs far more frequently than many of us realize, but the shocking reality is that one in four women in the US will experience domestic abuse in her lifetime. Dr. Ramona talks with Frequency.fm’s Joe Brookhouse about her new book, Healing Well and Living Free from an Abusive Relationship and why it’s so important that we acknowledge and talk about domestic violence. Listen to the full interview here.

Host Dwight Lehnhoff of LifeTalk Radio’s “LifeQuest” speaks with Dr. Ramona about her new book, Healing Well and Living Free from an Abusive Relationship 

Listen to Dr. Ramona talk about:

  • How things aren’t always how they appear in an abusive relationship
  • How to break the silence and share your story
  • How the Lord was able to mend her broken heart
  • How to move from victim to survivor to overcome in order to truly heal well and live free
WKTO interviews Dr. Ramona on the importance of openly addressing domestic violence

Host Carol Henry of WKTO’s “Daily Moments” talks with Dr. Ramona about domestic violence, how she moved from victim to survivor to overcomer, and how her new book, Healing Well and Living Free from an Abusive Relationship, provides a proven, step-by-step process to help others move from victim to survivor to overcomer in their own lives. Listen to the full interview here. 

Rev. Rabbi Eric Walker and Dr. Ramona discuss her new book, Healing Well and Living Free from an Abusive Relationship on Revealing the Truth

Watch the full interview here. 

Dr. Ramona speaks to Life Talk Radio about her new book, Healing Well and Living Free from an Abusive Relationship

Host Dwight Lehnhoff talks with Dr. Ramona on how to heal well and live free from an abusive relationship. Listen to the full interview here.

KNEO Radio Interviews Dr. Ramona on her new book, Healing Well and Living Free from an Abusive Relationship

Clark Matthews talks with Dr. Ramona for his “Authors Corner.” Listen to the full interview here.

 

Dr. Ramona weighs in for The Canton Repository on the #MeToo movement finding its way into the church

“One of the nation’s most influential Christian leaders was forced from his post after past remarks made by the Rev. Dr. Paige Patterson, president of the Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, appeared to minimize concerns about spousal abuse.

Audio clips recently emerged with Patterson stating that a woman leaving an abusive spouse depends on the level of abuse. In another, he recalled counseling a woman who had been beaten by her husband to be submissive and offer forgiveness as a way to help him grow in his faith. In yet another instance, he was heard being overly descriptive about a teenage girl’s body.

Patterson apologized, but he still was forced to resign… Ramona Probasco says Patterson’s conduct was erroneous, dangerous and a painful reminder of her own past experience as a Christian who endured domestic abuse by her first husband. A clinical psychologist, Probasco is author of the new book, ‘Healing Well and Living Free from an Abusive Relationship.’

‘My initial reaction was disgust but not surprise,’ she said of Patterson. ‘I worked with survivors of domestic violence when I was doing my doctoral studies. I studied specifically, domestic violence in faith-based relationships. When I read (about Patterson), it just made me sick to my stomach. It’s not only him, but a lot of people in positions of power and influence. They’re placing people in very dangerous, compromising positions.'” Read the Full Article Here

Publishers Weekly Features Healing Well and Living Free From An Abusive Relationship 

I am beyond grateful and super excited to see that Publishers Weekly featured my upcoming book, Healing Well and Living Free from an Abusive Relationship: from Victim to Survivor to Overcomer in their recent article!

My earnest desire is that others who have experienced the trauma of domestic abuse will be encouraged and convinced that their pain is not for naught. Abuse changes us, but it does not have to destroy us. Healing well is the precursor to living free. It’s not for a select few, it’s an option for all of us who pursue it.

Today, I’m sending out a HUGE cyber hug to all of my followers who have faithfully read and supported the information I share on this page. You are an integral part of “the why” behind my commitment to using my pain as a springboard for others to launch from.

Thank you!!

Dr. Ramona

Read the full article here

Dr. Ramona featured in “A Word of Grace from Jack Wyman”
Ramona’s Reason 
She feared for her life.
He stared at her with a terrifying rage. His temples pulsated.
Her heart pounded.
She was trapped – physically, for he had cornered her in the bathroom. All 6’2″, 250 pounds of him. What would he do? How far would he go?
Would she die? Or just go to the hospital?
She was also trapped emotionally and mentally.
This man about to violently assault her – again – was the same man she’d glowingly walked down the aisle with nearly 20 years before. He had been the handsome, charming hunk who any girl would swoon over.
What a catch! And a devoted Christian too. He helped lead her to the Lord, talking to her about Jesus.
Impressive. He had it all.
She was married to someone the outside world knew only as one kind of man – and she knew as quite another. Would anyone believe her? Jekyll was so persuasive, polite and amiable that Hyde was inconceivable.
She had fallen in love with an attractive, well-mannered monster.
His emotions could go from 0-100 faster than a Maserati.
Hers were always on a high wire – taut, precarious, nerve-wracking, only moments from danger.
This particular evening, they were preparing to attend a business meeting and he wasn’t getting ready. He was laying on their bed. She urged him, he did not respond.
They began to argue.
Suddenly, “he lunged at me and grabbed my head in his hands, driving his thumbs into my eye sockets. I couldn’t move, couldn’t get up. I remember thinking my skull might crack. I feared my head might split open from the enormous force. The pain was excruciating.”
She survived – with bruises.
This wasn’t the first time he attacked her. But it would be the last.
The bruises weren’t just on her body – they were on her soul.
“Something broke inside me,” she wrote. “Mentally, emotionally and physically, I was totally depleted.” The future would be different. This couldn’t go on. She couldn’t go on – not like this.
Not anymore.
“On that day, with bruises still marking my face and neck, I made my first step toward healing well and living free. I chose me.”
Dr. Ramona Probasco.
She’s a Marriage and Family Therapist, devoted mother, loving wife and faith-filled Christian believer. This lovely, poised, well-spoken and highly intelligent woman is also a courageous survivor of domestic violence.
Dr. Ramona, as she is affectionately known to clients and colleagues, is now also an author.
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