Stopping the Violence
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BeschreibungStopping the Violence: A Group Model to Change Men's Abusive Attitudes and Behaviors helps practitioners reduce the negative atmosphere in a batterers' group for men while adapting to clients' individual needs, abilities, and levels of motivation. Useful in any type of patient setting, this comprehensive, hands-on guide provides you with a complete, step-by-step model for a batterer program that includes all of the forms, handouts, tools, and assignments necessary for the treatment process. Pro-feminist, cognitive, and behavioral in its orientation, this program works to eliminate the mindset that dominates, controls, and leads to the battering of women.
InhaltsverzeichnisContents Introduction Overview of the Program Chapter I: Group Leadership Chapter II: The Intake Procedure Part 1: Conducting the Intake Part 2: The Intake Handouts Understanding Your Anger Types of Abusive Behavior How Violence May Occur in a Relationship Using Time-Outs Domestic Abuse Group Description Escalation Questionnaire--M Abuse Questionnaire--W Safety Plan Chapter III: The Individual Member Tasks Part 1: Facilitating the Individual Member Tasks Task I: Introduction Task II: Exercise Program Task III: Individual Member Goals Task IV: Escalation Prevention Plan Task V: Time-Out Plan Task VI: Abuse Inventory Task VII: Mid-Group Evaluation Task VIII: Family of Origin and Childhood Task IX: Amends Letter Task X: Aftercare Plan and Final Feedback Task XI: Violent Incident Assessment Task XII: Violation of Sobriety Contract Assessment Part 2: The Domestic Abuse Group Member Booklet How to Use This Booklet Domestic Abuse Group Description Group Goals, Rules, and Expectations How To Participate in Group Domestic Abuse Group Members' Tasks: Task I: Introduction Task II: Exercise Program Task III: Individual Member Goals Task IV: Escalation Prevention Plan Task V: Time-Out Plan Task VI: Abuse Inventory Task VII: Mid-Group Evaluation Task VIII: Family of Origin and Childhood Task IX: Amends Letter Task X: Aftercare Plan and Final Feedback Task XI: Violent Incident Assessment Task XII: Violation of Sobriety Contract Assessment Reading List for Domestic Abuse Group Members Chapter IV: The Educational Units Part 1: How to Use the Educational Units Unit 1: Abuse and Its Affects Unit 2: Stress and Its Affects Unit 3: Anger Unit 4: Self-Talk Unit 5: Shame and Empowerment Unit 6: Culture of Origin Unit 7: Assertiveness Unit 8: Communication and Conflict Resolution Unit 9: Self-Esteem and Healthy Relationships Unit 10: Parenting Unit 11: Women's Perspective on Abuse and Violence Unit 12: The Ongoing Recovery Process Part 2: The Educational Handouts Unit 1: Abuse and Its Affects Types of Abusive Behavior How Violence May Occur in a Relationship Myths About Domestic Abuse Perceived Advantages/Disadvantages of Using Physical Force in a Relationship Effects of Violence and Abuse in Women Violence, Abuse, and Their Effects on Children Excuses/Justifications for Becoming Violent with Women and Others The Place of Generalized Violence in Our Lives Unit 2: Stress and Stress Management What Is Stress Changes and Stress Symptoms That Stress Can Trigger Stress Management Techniques Progressive Muscle Relaxation Stress and the Holidays Unit 3: Anger Understanding Your Anger Anger Analysis Escalation Prevention Plan/De-Escalation Strategies Using Time-Outs Anger Journal Unit 4: Self-Talk Self-Talk Positive Self-Talk and Anger Self-Talk Log Unit 5: Shame and Empowerment Shame and Empowerment Shame Signals that Shame May Be Present Potential Effects in Coming from a Shame-Based Family The Cycles of Shame and Empowerment Defenses Moving Toward Empowerment Unit 6: Culture of Origin Male Socialization Control Types of Abusive Behavior Unit 7: Assertiveness Styles of Relating to Others Aggressive Behavior Verbal and Non-verbal Elements of Assertive, Passive, and Aggressive Behavior Assertiveness Synonyms Assertiveness Grid The Process of Becoming More Ass
Untertitel: 'Earthquake Engineering Monogra'. New. Sprache: Englisch.
Verlag: ROUTLEDGE CHAPMAN HALL
Erscheinungsdatum: Januar 1999
Seitenanzahl: 468 Seiten