It Takes Courage for Victims to Talk About Sexual Abuse

Media Coverage, Rockville, Md. (ABC7): November 10, 2017

With new sexual assault allegations seemingly coming to light every day, Dr. Bruce Kehr, Author, National Award-Winning Psychiatrist, and, Founder and President of Potomac Psychiatry, addresses the courage it takes for victims to talk about sexual abuse. The featured interview may be viewed on the website of ABC News affiliate WJLA and is titled, Psychiatrist: It takes tremendous courage for a victim to talk about sexual abuse

About Potomac Psychiatry

“We leave no stone unturned in alleviating the emotional pain of our patients and their loved ones.” For thirty-five years this has been the guiding philosophy of Potomac Psychiatry, and its founder Bruce A. Kehr, M.D., a national award winning psychiatrist, and Washingtonian Top Doctor for the past six years. “We treat the whole person. Our specialists meticulously identify and treat the underlying biological, psychological, and social causes of emotional distress in children, adolescents, adults, and senior citizens; persistently striving to achieve a full recovery.” This may include innovative laboratory and genetic testing; coordination with other medical specialists, family doctors, psychotherapists and nutritionists; medication management; and nutrition and lifestyle management. “We also provide caring and empathetic psychotherapy for individuals, couples and families.” Dr. Kehr writes a weekly blog. Each of the blog entries is devoted to helping you or those you care about alleviate emotional pain, and develop more satisfying love relations.” Dr. Kehr’s book, Becoming Whole: A Healing Companion to Ease Emotional Pain and Find Self-Love, published February 14, 2018.

Related Links

Dr. Bruce Kehr’s new book, Becoming Whole: A Healing Companion to Ease Emotional Pain and Find Self-Love
Dr. Bruce Kehr’s psychiatry practice, Potomac Psychiatry
Dr. Bruce Kehr’s Weekly Tips, Subscribe
Dr. Bruce Kehr’s Blog, including blog post: Self-Saboteur™ Part One: Understanding the ‘Me’ in #MeToo