Coercive Control Expert

Lisa Fontes, Ph.D. provides resources, trainings, and expert witness services related to Coercive Control.

Coercive Control includes some combination of degradation, isolation, micromanagement, manipulation, stalking, intimidation, physically abuse and sexual coercion. A relationship that should involve loving support ends up a trap designed for domination. Coercive control is a form of domestic abuse that can make victims feel anxious, dependent, and afraid. Coercive control deprives people of their self-esteem and basic rights. Coercive control is against the law in some countries and some states in the U.S.