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Picking Up the Pieces After Domestic Violence
a Practical Resource for Supporting Parenting Skills
Author: Iwi, Kate
Format: Book
A manual for social workers on assessing and preventing child abuse by parents. The book offers advice on assisting non-abusive and abusive parents, and assessing risk and parental needs, in both group and individual therapy sessions. Included are worksheets, safety plans, and guides for family agreements
Domestic violence Domestic violence, effects on children Domestic violence, impact on partners Domestic violence, maternal alienation Family violence Parent-child relationships Domestic violence, boys against mothers Parenting training Group Therapy Separation, parental, children's needs Child Abuse Child Abuse, impact Child protection Children, emotional problems Safety, child Mothering Child trauma Child victims Behaviour management
Table of contents
1. Introduction
2. Assessing and Managing Risk
3. Starting Out. Building Strengths, Setting Goals and Planning for Safety
4. Child Discipline
5. Working with Parents on the Impact of Domestic Violence on their Children
6. Helping Parents Understand their Child's Development
7. Child to Parent Violence and Out-of-control Behaviour. Becoming more parent-centred
8. Working with Over-authoritarian or Abusive Parenting. Becoming more child-centred
9. Therapeutic Parenting Following Domestic Violence
10. Parental Separation
Published: Jessica Kingsley Limited; UK
Shelf Number: Dv20
Acquisiton Number: 3796
ISBN: 9781849050210

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