4 edition of The evaluation of a pro-feminist assaultive men"s treatment program found in the catalog.
The evaluation of a pro-feminist assaultive men"s treatment program
Mark Anton Bodnarchuk
1992 by National Library of Canada = Bibliothèque nationale du Canada in Ottawa .
Written in English
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recidivism of battering: A program evaluation of Seattle's coordinated community A pro-feminist approach. The Howard Journal, 41(No. 3), of change measure for men in batterer treatment. Cognitive Therapy and Research, 24(2), In this way men would not be taking center stage in yet another part of women’s lives allowing a slightly more subtle form of domination to continue. Paul Smith, who co-authored the book Men in Feminism suggested recently in Cultronix that men should not be in feminism but nearby. He challenges men to think of feminism working on them. the nation's leading experts on men who batter and has conducted trainings of social service and criminal justice professionals in 41 states and 11 nations. He has published numerous articles and book chapters, including "Identifying the Assaultive Husband in Court: You . The Abusive Personality, Second Edition: Violence and Control in Intimate Relationships - Kindle edition by Dutton, Donald G.. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading The Abusive Personality, Second Edition: Violence and Control in Intimate s: 9.
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Treatment models of men who batter: A pro-feminist analysis. In K. Yllo & M. Bograd (Eds.), Treatment Program Implications. Paper presented at the meeting of the American Psychological Association, An evaluation of a domestic abuse by: Interviewed men had attended a median of 35 interventions sessions at a feminist-oriented group treatment program and were identified by their counselors and partners as having made significant Author: Rebecca Bonanno.
Studies of community treatment, with small samples, high program fidelity, and conducted as part of a demonstration project had larger effects; high methodological rigor was related to slightly. Sincetreatment and education programs for men who are assaultive toward spouses have proliferated across the country.
Due to the great risk these men have posed to. An Evaluation of a Group Program for Men Who Batter Article in Social Work With Groups 11(3) October with 8 Reads How we measure 'reads'.
Anger, hostility, and depression were examined across four groups: a clinical sample of domestically violent men, two samples of more generally assaultive men, and a nonviolent control group. Feminist evaluation emphasizes bringing to light the ways that pervasive gender inequality can distort program design, implementation and outcome.
The contributors to this volume provide both theoretical underpinnings for a feminist approach to evaluation and show how to apply this theory in the real world. The first three chapters of this volume present background on feminist theory and.
Abstract. Posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) has been associated with intimate partner violence (IPV) across a range of populations. This chapter summarizes theoretical models attempting to explain these associations, with an emphasis on social information processing models that describe how trauma impacts the ways in which we interpret and process our social worlds, core themes that may.
Program evaluation emerged as a professional field in the United States during the s with the expansion of social programs during that period.
Although evaluation is a discipline in its own right, practitioners often. ignores the fact that women may choose to live with men focuses too much on differences between women and too little on the experiences all women face Sociology: Feminist Theories Book Reference: A2 Level, Page Feminist evaluation (FE) emphasizes participatory, empowering, and social justice agendas.
While all evaluation approaches are laden with their own, often implicit, values, few assert their values as openly as feminist evaluation. Unlike most gender approaches, feminist evaluation does not provide a framework or advocate a precise approach; rather, feminist evaluation is often.
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men’s health network. men's resource center for change. national organization for men against sexism (nomas). From tohe served as a therapist in the Assaultive Husbands Project, a court mandated treatment program for men convicted of wife assault.
In the course of providing therapy for these men, he drew on his background in both social and clinical psychology to develop a psychological model for intimate abusiveness. Hamberger, L. Kevin, and James Hastings. ‘‘Court-mandated treatment of men who assault their partner.’’ In L egal Responses to W ife Assault: Current T rends and Evaluation, edited by Zoe Hilton, Newbury Park, CA: Sage.
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Engaging Boys and Men in Sexual Assault Prevention: Theory, Research and Practice explores sexual assault prevention programs for boys and men.
Following an ecosystemic perspective, the book examines individual risk and protective factors, discusses initiatives to prevent sexual aggression (i.e., bystander intervention programs, given their use among men), covers programs that specifically.
The relationship between treatment, incarceration, and recidivism of battering: A program evaluation of Seattle’s coordinated community response to domestic violence. Journal of Family Psychology, 13 (1), 46– The book draws on the authors' in-depth empirical studies of violent men and their extensive experience with recidivism risk assessment in policing, court cases, offender assessment, and victim services.
It is also a user's manual—replete with all the scoring, reporting, and interpreting details needed to effectively use the ODARA/DVRAG system.
The book clarifies the differences between research and evaluation and between gender-based and feminist research, as well as areas of overlap. It dares to tackle some of the most challenging issues in feminist research: the role of the researcher/evaluator, values, power differentials, rigor Reviews: 1.
The development and evaluation of a spouse abuse treatment program in a military setting are described. Preliminary studies on the correlates of interspousal violence found that measures of locus of control, marital adjustment, and stressful life events differentiated abusive from non-abusive service members.
Learning test (DIAL-3) as part of a program evaluation • Conducted parent training workshops on dealing with difficult Stages of change and batterer subtype among men in group treatment for domestic violence Supervisor: Partner assaultive men and the stages and processes of change.
Journal of Family Violence, 19(2). Havens, C., Evaluation of Evaluation Special Session Domestic Violence: Enhanced Advocacy and Interventions Eckhardt, C., Stages and Processes of Change and Associated Treatment Outcomes in Partner Assaultive Men Evaluation Community Lyon, E., Impact Evaluation Evaluation Community of a Special Session Domestic Violence: Enhanced Advocacy and.
INTRODUCTION It gives me great pride to present Men & Healing to you, the & Healing has been an ambitious project, meant to serve a dual role: a resource compendium aimed at presenting a research-based understanding of male sexual victimization* and its sequelae; and a model of a successful community- based treatment strategy for male survivors.
Feminist therapy has become a practice that encompasses work with women, men, children, families, and larger systems. In this book, Dr. Brown presents and explores this approach, its theory, history, the therapy process, primary change mechanisms, empirical basis, and future developments.
Anger, hostility, and depression in domestically violent versus generally assaultive men and nonviolent control subjects. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 56, 17– PubMed CrossRef Google Scholar. The development and evaluation of a spouse abuse treatment program in a military setting.
Evaluation and Program Planning, 9. Section Four introduces the Pro-feminist model of why men batter their intimate partners. This model forms the basis for most currect treatment programs.
Section Five reviews Elaine Leeder's () model of treatment for men who batter. She argues that we must, as a community, become involved. treatment, and to complete treatment, compared to women who had committed violent offenses who did not attend Be-yond Violence (Kubiak et al.
In a randomized con-trolled trial, Kubiak et al. () compared the session Beyond Violence intervention with a session treatment as usual (TAU; Assaultive Offender Program), both delivered.
A recent issue of Aggression and Violent Behavior: A Review Journal (AVB) (,16,(4)) contained papers by Johnson, Dekeseredy and Gondolf criticizing my portrayal of their work in my writing on the "gender paradigm"(Dutton and Corvo,Dutton et al.,Dutton et al., ).The gender paradigm is the concept that intimate partner violence is primarily perpetrated by males against.
Treating Assaultive Men from an Attachment Perspective to be published in Dutton, D. and Sonkin, D. () Intimate Violence: Contemporary Treatment Innovations published by Haworth Press. Attachment Theory and Psychotherapy Published in the The Therapist, a publication of the California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists.
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The book, divided into four parts - the mentalizing framework, basic mentalizing practice, mentalizing and groups, and mentalizing systems - covers the aims and structure of treatment, outlines how patients are introduced to the mentalizing model so that their personality disorder makes sense to them, explains why certain interventions are.
Author Biographies. Sharon M. Aaron is a licensed clinical social worker who is the Director of the university’s Victim Empowerment Program, a position she has held since In that role, she supervises staff who provide direct services to students who have experienced actual or threatened domestic violence, sexual assault, and stalking.
BRIEF SLEEP TREATMENT Many reports indicate that assaultive, destructive and agitated behavior can be controlled and improved with high dose phenothiazine,17,18,23 However, one recent study disputed the value of "snowing" assaultive patients, that is, rendering them "powerless, under control and often asleep through the action of a.
An evaluation of the self-esteem of maritally violent men. Family Relations, 34, – CrossRef Google P. P., Wagner, B. C., & Zegree, J. Anger, hostility and depression in domestically violent versus generally assaultive men and nonviolent control subjects. Journal of A treatment program for couples.
Champaign, IL. The combination of effect sizes from each participant sample comparing partner assaultive men and non-partner assaultive men suggested that as a whole there was a moderate relationship between anger, hostility, and IPV (d + =, k=23; 95% CI=–; p.
Treatment. Except when death occurs immediately, the outcome of an injury depends not only on its severity, but also on the speed and appropriateness of treatment. Communication systems are needed to facilitate decision making, injury management at the site, and the rapid delivery of the patient to a hospital that can provide the needed care.
Pro-feminism refers to support of the cause of feminism without implying that the supporter is a member of the feminist term is most often used in reference to men ("male feminists") who actively support feminism and its efforts to bring about the political, economic, cultural, personal, and social equality of women with men.A number of pro-feminist men are involved in political.
Feminist therapy is no longer just for women — it has grown to encompass work with women, men, children, families, and larger systems. —Midwest Book Review In this second edition, Laura S.
Brown integrates new developments and helps readers see feminist therapy as a vibrant approach with liberating potential and social change commitments. Our goal in this book is to propose and describe a new intervention approach for partner-abusive clients, an approach informed by current research on the causes and correlates of abusive behavior.
Our approach begins with the observation that partner-abusive individuals vary widely in. Cox, J.W., and C.D. Stoltenberg Evaluation of a treatment program for battered wives.
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