Alternatives to Domestic Violence: A Homework Manual for Battering Intervention Groups

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Psychology Press, 2004 - Family & Relationships - 223 pages
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The first workbook designed for counsellors to help abusers recognise and deal with the issues underlying their behaviour.
 

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Contents

2 DEFINING ABUSE AND BATTERING
11
3 ACHIEVING NONVIOLENCE
19
4 EXPLORING AND DEFEATING INTIMIDATION
37
5 CREATING A TRUSTING RELATIONSHIP
53
6 GIVING AND RECEIVING RESPECT
65
TAKING RESPONSIBILITY FOR YOURSELF
77
8 MAINTAINING POSITIVE SEXUAL RELATIONSHIPS
101
9 NEGOTIATING A PARTNERSHIP
127
10 COOPERATING THROUGH GOOD COMMUNICATION
149
HOW TO RELATE TO YOUR CHILDREN
175
12 RELIGION AND DOMESTIC VIOLENCE
199
CONCLUSION
213
REFERENCES
218
INDEX
219
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Kevin A. Fall, Ph.D., is an Assistant Professor at Loyola University, New Orleans. He earned his Ph.D. from the University of North Texas and holds credentials as a Nationally Certified Counselor and is a Licensed Professional Counselor in both Louisiana and Texas. He has been active as a group counselor in hospital, agency, and private practice settings and is the co-author of Group Counseling: Concepts and Procedures.

ShareenHoward, M.S., is the director of the Battering Intervention and Prevention Program at the Denton County Friends of the Family in Denton, Texas. She received her Masters degree in Counseling and Development at Texas Woman's University. She is also a Licensed Professional Counselor in Texas and has worked extensively with the survivors and perpetrators of domestic violence.

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