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Tuesday, June 25, 2013

Women are learning how to stand up to danger; see an expert in action

Psychologist Wendy David co-authored "Safe Without Sight," a self-defense curriculum for people who are visually impaired, as a result of her own experiences being stalked as a teenager. The program became the foundation for "Taking Charge," a therapeutic personal-safety and self-defense program at the VA Puget Sound for female veterans with histories of sexual trauma.