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Writing a Strengths-Based, Clinical Batterer Intervention Curriculum

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dc.contributor.advisor Brodie, Kilolo Torres, Matthew Abraham
dc.contributor.other Johnson, Jennifer 2013-06-11T21:06:16Z 2013-06-11T21:06:16Z 2013 May 2013-06-11
dc.identifier.other Master of Social Work
dc.description.abstract The field of batterer intervention is currently exploring new techniques and approaches for increasing victim safety and reducing batterer recidivism. Traditional approaches to batterer intervention, such as the Duluth model, have proven to be inconclusive in effecting changes to both victim safety and batterer recidivism. Current research directs attention towards incorporating evidenced-based and research-informed practices found in clinical frameworks. These clinical frameworks include the strengths perspective, cognitive behavioral therapy, dialectical behavior therapy, Gestalt therapy, narrative therapy, and mindfulness skills. This project aims to create a batterer intervention curriculum, facilitator guide, and survey instrument that incorporate these clinical frameworks to achieve the primary goals of batterer intervention. en_US
dc.language.iso en_US en_US
dc.title Writing a Strengths-Based, Clinical Batterer Intervention Curriculum en_US
dc.type thesis en_US

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