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Dr. Huffer works with the media stimulating national discussion of the problems caused by legal abuses. EAA exposes Legal Abuse Syndrome (LAS), a physiological and traumatic human response to legal abuses as well as solutions to end this public health risk within the U.S. court system. Here are some media quotes from Dr. Huffer:

Five Reasons to Become a Certified ADA Advocate

August 11, 2015

The legal system and its inherent complexities often present a huge challenge to litigants. There are many instances where an individual looking for legal resolution to a conflict faces immense stress during the judiciary process, and consequently ends up with psychological injuries. As a result, the individual is unable to complete the legal process and…

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Loopholes and litigation: the fight against injustice

June 30, 2015

Passionate counselor seeks to help victims of the court system Denver, Colo.- October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month. Domestic violence is one of many issues that can be dealt with unjustly by the court system. Karin Huffer has made it her mission to help these victims skillfully stay in the fight. Through her discussion of…

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The Legal Abuse Syndrome (LAS) affects all aspects of life

June 15, 2015

“LAS can affect all aspects of a sufferer’s life,” Dr. Huffer explained. “The person may no longer feel passion, suffer from sexual disorders, may be unable to cry or laugh—essentially ‘go numb.’ LAS can have a negative impact on intimate relationships, complicating family relationships and support at the very time when it is most needed.”…

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Bad judges and bad lawyers prevent good outcomes

“Oftentimes, bad judges and bad lawyers prevent good people, regardless of the truth, from realizing a fair outcome. The realization that truth doesn’t necessarily guarantee justice can lead to LAS and its long-lasting effects.” Scandal of the State Bar Documentary April 19, 2013

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The stress of Litigation can be devastating

“Under the stress of litigating the most personal issues of our lives, including child-custody rights and the division of assets, sufferers can find their ability to effectively testify on their behalf hindered by a range of physical and psychological afflictions, including anxiety, panic attacks, severe headaches and nausea, and in severe cases, victims have suffered…

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