|Other titles||Feminist perspectives on wife abuse.|
|Series||Information from... (National Clearinghouse on Family Violence)|
|Contributions||National Clearinghouse on Family Violence (Canada)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||18|
Writing with respect for battered women's struggles for safety and their courageous survival strategies, Neil Jacobson and John Gottman offer fresh insights about men who batter. Their research jump-starts a new method of examining battering, and the book provides women with thoroughly accessible information to help them analyze their by: Get this from a library! Court-mandated counseling for men who batter: a three-day workshop for mental health professionals: participant's manual. [Anne L Ganley; United States. Law Enforcement Assistance Administration.; United States. Administration for Children, Youth, and Families.; Center for Women Policy Studies.]. Programs for men who batter: intervention and prevention strategies in a diverse society / edited by Etiony Aldarondo, Fernando Mederos. It is based on the author’s year involve- ment in community-based counseling and group programs for heterosexual men who abuse their partners. These activities occurred in the northern suburbs of Auckland, New Zealand, a suburban region comprised predominantly with people of middle-to-upper income and English- speaking European descent.
Matt Englar-Carlson, Marcheta P. Evans, and Thelma Duffey have made a signifi - cant contribution by editing this excellent book, A Counselor’s Guide to Working With Men. Every chapter in this book adds important knowledge about how to counsel men. This book excites me because the chapters have practical ideas for counselors to help men. Historically, men's violent behavior at home has been acceptable, and men who batter have taken their cues from the subsequent lack of social response. It is for these reasons that systemic sanctions hold more promise for ending violence then helping individual men understand their abusive behavior. Men who abuse are clever, smart, and extremely charming. Most of these men have a personality that draws people in, he is adept at charming, deceiving and . Domestic violence: a sociological perspective / Del Martin --The male batterer: an overview --Domestic violence assessment and the determination of lethality --Treatment of the male batterer --Special issues in treatment --Legal, professional, and personal ethics in counseling men who batter --What counselors should know about the battered.
If you think battered women are stuck in their mess, you haven’t seen “stuck” until you have met a battered man. Read on to learn how the lack of social support and resources for abused men contributes to their remaining stuck in domestic abuse. Book chapter succinctly describes Emerge’s program philosophy and provides detailed information about staffing, intake procedures, "Counseling Men Who Batter: A Pro-Feminist Analysis of Treatment Models" by David Adams Describes and contrasts five different treatment approaches. From counseling with single fathers to counseling with gay men and AIDS victims, from counseling with the male substance abuser to men in prison, the Handbook of Counseling and Psychotherapy with Men provides practitioners with practical suggestions for implementing positive behavior change in men and offers examples to anchor the theoretical considerations and research findings presented. Battered women’s advocates and other community members who are part of the movement to end the domestic abuse of women struggle with a mixed outlook on intervention programs for abusive men. A well-run program can contribute in many ways to the movement, while a poorly-run program can actively endanger abused women, shelter batterers from.