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A Research-Based Couples Treatment for Domestic Violence
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presented by Julie Gottman, fl. 2012 and John M. Gottman, 1942-; produced by Milton H. Erickson Foundation (Phoenix, AZ: Milton H. Erickson Foundation, 2016), 1 hour 42 mins

Drs. John and Julie Gottman will present a state-of-the-art review of how to conceptualize and treat the highly intractable problem of domestic violence toward intimate partners. They will review the research literature and present a conceptualization of the issues in treating this population. They will describe a...

presented by Julie Gottman, fl. 2012 and John M. Gottman, 1942-; produced by Milton H. Erickson Foundation (Phoenix, AZ: Milton H. Erickson Foundation, 2016), 1 hour 42 mins
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Client
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in Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy Collection by Anonymous Male Therapist; presented by Anonymous (Alexandria, VA: Alexander Street, 2014, originally published 2014), 1 page(s)
Client discusses a major issue of abuse and internet trolling that is occurring in her career field. Client discusses the anger and frustration she feels towards her friend who is naming herself as the expert on sexual violence and how best to handle abusive relationships.
in Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy Collection by Anonymous Male Therapist; presented by Anonymous (Alexandria, VA: Alexander Street, 2014, originally published 2014), 1 page(s)
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Assessing for Domestic Violence
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presented by Michele Harway, fl. 2004; produced by Andrews & Clark Explorations (Thousand Oaks, CA: Masterswork Productions, 2004), 1 hour
In this program, Michele Harway explores violence in marriages and examines Lenore Walker’s cycle of violence. Harway explains how to assess a client who is currently in an abusive situation in an initial interview.
presented by Michele Harway, fl. 2004; produced by Andrews & Clark Explorations (Thousand Oaks, CA: Masterswork Productions, 2004), 1 hour
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Counseling Military Families:  Deployment, Co-Morbidity, and PTSD
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written by Joshua Taylor, fl. 2012; presented by Joshua Taylor, fl. 2012 (Alexandria, VA: Microtraining Associates, 2012), 51 mins
Dr. Taylor meets with a military family—including the father, step-mother, teenage sister, and teenage brother—in conflict. He navigates the complex and multiple stressors that create conflict, miscommunication, and dysfunction within this blended family.
written by Joshua Taylor, fl. 2012; presented by Joshua Taylor, fl. 2012 (Alexandria, VA: Microtraining Associates, 2012), 51 mins
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Principles, 4, Dating Violence: Should We Expect Respect?
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produced by Project Love, in Principles, 4 (Millis, MA: Aquarius Health Care Media, 2006), 27 mins
One in three teen relationships are abusive. Sure to provoke discussion, this program helps viewers see the difference between healthy and abusive relationships, understand why some teens are more vulnerable to abuse, and consider the behaviors needed to break free from unhealthy relationships. A diverse panel of...
produced by Project Love, in Principles, 4 (Millis, MA: Aquarius Health Care Media, 2006), 27 mins
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Counseling Men to Prevent Sexual Violence
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presented by Christopher Kilmartin, fl. 2014; in A Counselor's Guide to Working With Men (Alexandria, VA: American Counseling Association, 2014, originally published 2014)
This book examines a variety of critical issues pertaining to the psychology of men and masculinity and presents successful, evidence-based strategies for treatment. Part 1 focuses on treating men in couples counseling, group work, and career counseling, as well as counseling men about their health. Part 2 explore...
presented by Christopher Kilmartin, fl. 2014; in A Counselor's Guide to Working With Men (Alexandria, VA: American Counseling Association, 2014, originally published 2014)
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Experiencing Dating Violence Scale
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presented by John J. Liptak, fl. 1990 and Ester A. Leutenberg, fl. 2010-Tucs; in Teen Violence Workbook (Duluth, MN: Whole Person Associates, 2013, originally published 2013)
Teen violence can break out anywhere and at any time. Violent behavior in teens can include a wide range of behaviors including: explosive temper tantrums, date rape, physical aggression, school shootings, suicide, bullying, fighting, threats or attempts to hurt others (including homicidal thoughts), use of weapon...
presented by John J. Liptak, fl. 1990 and Ester A. Leutenberg, fl. 2010-Tucs; in Teen Violence Workbook (Duluth, MN: Whole Person Associates, 2013, originally published 2013)
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Exceptions to Acceptance
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presented by Carol Butler, fl. 2013 and Ester A. Leutenberg, fl. 2010-Tucs; in Teens - Accept And Embrace Diversity, Transitional Life Skills for Teens (Duluth, MN: Whole Person Associates, 2014, originally published 2014)
Exclusion or inclusion, discord or harmony hinge on hating or appreciating cultural differences. This book is very relevant today because school shootings and teen suicides often relate to being left out, laughed at, and bullied because of cultural differences.Teens - Accept and Embrace Diversity capitalizes on wh...
presented by Carol Butler, fl. 2013 and Ester A. Leutenberg, fl. 2010-Tucs; in Teens - Accept And Embrace Diversity, Transitional Life Skills for Teens (Duluth, MN: Whole Person Associates, 2014, originally published 2014)
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