Treating the Abusive Partner: An Individualized Cognitive-behavioral Approach
Guilford Press, Sep 9, 2005 - Psychology - 290 pages
Detailing the first one-on-one cognitive-behavioral treatment approach for this highly challenging population, this resource provides a straightforward rationale and clear guidelines for implementing the authors' flexible four-phase model.
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The Forms and Patterns of Abusive Behavior
The Clinically Relevant Characteristics of Partner Abuse Perpetrators
Intervention Models and Research
Clinical Assessment of the Abusive Client
Enhancing Motivation to Change and Engagement into Treatment
Relationship Skills Training
Cognitive Intervention Strategies
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