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This book aims to fill this gap by providing practitioners with a practical, user-friendly resource to increase their confidence in dealing with perpetrators of domestic violence. While borrowing from cognitive—behavioural therapy, anger-management programmes and violence programmes, the techniques outlined in the book are to be considered preparatory rather than Most users should sign in with their email address. If you originally registered with a username please use that to sign in.

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This book aims to fill this gap by providing practitioners with a practical, user-friendly resource to increase their confidence in dealing with perpetrators of domestic violence. While borrowing from cognitive—behavioural therapy, anger-management programmes and violence programmes, the techniques outlined in the book are to be considered preparatory rather than Most users should sign in with their email address.

One participant reflected, 'My entire filter for viewing perpetrators and calling them on their distorted thinking will be changed'. Jump to. Sections of this page.

This advice is about engaging and intervening with adult perpetrators of family violence. It builds on the advice provided in the specialist practice resource Working with families where an adult is violent - specialist practice resource and should be read in conjunction. See tip sheet Working with perpetrators of family violence to reduce risk of harm to children for a quick guide on how to engage with perpetrators and tasks that must be undertaken. Family violence is frequently accompanied by other issues and risk factors that are detrimental to children's safety and development.

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Working with Male Perpetrators of Family Violence: Reflections on Collusion

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