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Title Strengths-based batterer intervention : a new paradigm in ending family violence / Peter Lehmann, Catherine A. Simmons, editors
Published New York : Springer Pub., [2009]
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Description 1 online resource (xxv, 316 pages) : illustrations
Contents The state of batterer intervention programs: an analytical discussion / Peter Lehmann and Catherine A. Simmons -- Strengths-based batterer intervention: a new direction with a different paradigm / Catherine A. Simmons and Peter Lehmann -- Accountability for change: solution-focused treatment of domestic violence offenders / Mo Yee Lee, Adriana Uken, and John Sebold -- Motivational interviewing for perpetrators of intimate partner violence / David A. Dia [and others] -- Narrative therapy: addressing masculinity in conversations with men who perpetrate violence / Tod Augusta-Scott -- Cognitive behavioral interventions for partner-abusive men / Christopher I. Eckhardt and Jacqueline Schram -- Application of the broaden-and-built theory of positive emotions to intimate partner violence / Eric L. Garland and Barbara L. Fredrickson -- Applying the good lives model to male perpetrators of domestic violence / Robyn L. Langlands, Tony Ward, and Elizabeth Gilchrist -- Application of strengths-based approaches / Catherine A. Simmons [and others] -- Looking forward / Peter Lehmann and Catherine A. Simmons
Summary "This book harkens a new era of intimate partner violence intervention, one in which we are free to experiment with alternative ways to end intimate partner abuse.". -Julia C. Babcock, PhD. Professor, University of Houston, TX (From the Foreword). "The book you hold in your hands offers a variety of approaches intended to help abusive men change by utilizing the strengths and assets they already possess.". - Chris Huffine, PsyD. Clinical Director. Allies in Change Counseling Center. Portland, OR (From the Foreword). Strengths-based batterer intervention programs serve as a
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Notes Print version record
Subject Abusive men -- Rehabilitation.
Family violence -- Treatment.
Family violence.
Marital violence -- Treatment.
Marital violence.
Domestic Violence -- prevention & control.
Dangerous Behavior.
Family Conflict.
Men -- psychology.
Form Electronic book
Author Lehmann, Peter, 1950-
Simmons, Catherine A.
ISBN 0826110827 (electronic bk.)
9780826110824 (electronic bk.)