Resource Centre

Ending intimate abuse
practical guidance and survival strategies for professionals and their clients
Author: Roberts, Albert R.
2005
Format: Book
The results of a study of 501 victims of physical abuse. The results show how to avoid dangerous relationships, along with a step-by-step safety protocol and guidelines for survival
Domestic violence, USA Abuse, partner Family violence Crime prevention Sexual abuse Rape, date Rape, intimate Abuse, intimate Abuse, healing therapy Victims of crime, interventions Abused partner, rehabilitation
Table of contents
PART 1. The Study Of 501 Abused Women.
1. Proceed with Caution
2. Short-Term Abuse and Getting out Quickly.
3. After the Honeymoon Period
4. Women Caught in the Grip of Circumstances - Living with Sporadic Long-Term Abuse.
5. The Hitting Habit
6. Lethal Domestic Violence
7. Step-by-Step Individualized Safety Plan
PART 2. Practical Guidelines and Survival Strategies
About the Study - A Typology on the Duration and Severity of Abuse
Seven Stage Crisis Intervention Protocol
Guidelines for Improving Police and Court Responses to Abused Women
Drug-Facilitated Sexual Assault. Acquaintance Rape and Date Rape Drugs
Glossary of Domestic Violence, Criminal Justice, and Legal Terms
Directory of the National Domestic Violence Hotline, Resource Centers, and the Fifty Statewide Coalitions Against Domestic Violence
Published: Oxford University Press USA; New York, USA
Shelf Number: Dv44
Acquisiton Number: 2616
ISBN: 0195135474

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