Engaging with Perpetrators of Domestic Violence

Engaging with Perpetrators of Domestic Violence

written by Kate Iwi, fl. 2006; presented by Chris Newman, fl. 2000 (London, England: Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2015, originally published 2015), 178 page(s)

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Abstract / Summary
Child protection and family workers can complete training without learning about how to work with domestic abuse perpetrators - but intervening at an early stage can make a real difference to increasing family safety.This concise book equips practitioners with the knowledge and techniques they need to make the most of limited client contact with perpetrators. It outlines how to briefly assess perpetrators, how to prepare them for a perpetrator programme, and describes a range of interventions that can be used to reduce the risk they represent in the meantime. Drawing on approaches from motivational work, anger management, CBT and feminist models, but written in practical and easy to follow language, the book provides guidance for carrying out interviews and assessing risk, how to use safety plans, signals and time outs, understanding the impact of abuse on victims, how to analyse incidents of abuse and how to make an effective referral.This reliable guide is a useful reference for any child protection worker wanting to make the most of the valuable opportunity they have to engage with domestic violence perpetrators.
Field of Interest
Social Work
Author
Kate Iwi, fl. 2006
Publisher
Jessica Kingsley Publishers
Copyright Message
Copyright © Kate Iwi and Chris Newman 2015
Content Type
Book
Format
Text
Original Publication Date
2015
Page Count
178
Publication Year
2015
Publisher
Jessica Kingsley Publishers
Place Published / Released
London, England
Subject
Social Work, Counseling & Therapy, Social Sciences, Psychology & Counseling, Health Sciences, Children and Families, Family and relationships, Sex and sexual abuse, Abuse (non-sexual), Spousal abuse, Child abuse, Parent-child relations, Domestic violence, Micro
Clinician
Chris Newman, fl. 2000

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