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Photo: Maksym Yemelyanov/AdobeStock We know that domestic abuse has become an increasing concern during the coronavirus pandemic. During the multiple lockdowns and restrictions on normal life, victims have been trapped at home with their perpetrators, which has made it more difficult for them to stay in contact with practitioners working with them or access support. [...]

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