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Battered women and their families : intervention strategies and treatment programs / Albert R. Roberts, editor ; Barbara W. White, foreword.

Other author/creatorRoberts, Albert R.
Format Book and Print
Edition3rd ed.
Publication InfoNew York : Springer Pub., ©2007.
Descriptionxxvi, 626 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
Series Springer series on family violence ; v. 12
Springer series on family violence ; v. 12. ^A401178
Contents Overview and new directions for intervening on behalf of battered women / Albert R. Roberts -- Cognitive problem-solving therapy and stages of change that facilitate and sustain battered women's leaving / Sondra Burman -- National survey on empowerment strategies, crisis intervention, and cognitive problem-solving therapy with battered women / Albert R. Roberts and Sondra Burman -- Discovering strengths and competencies in female domestic violence victims : an application of Roberts's Continuum of the duration and severity of woman battering / Mo-Yee Lee -- National survey of 107 shelters for battered women and their children / Albert R. Roberts, Gina Robertiello, and Kimberly Bender -- The stress-crisis continuum : its application to domestic violence / Ann W. Burgess, Albert R. Roberts, and Pamela V. Valentine -- Community response models for battered women : from crisis intervention to legal advocacy and court-based justice centers / Karen S. Knox and Mary Jo Garcia Biggs --
Contents Complex trauma and crisis intervention with children in shelters for battered women / Peter Lehmann and Emily Spence -- Double jeopardy : risk assessment in the context of child maltreatment and domestic violence / Aron Shlonsky and Colleen Friend -- Intervention and treatment strategies with adolescents from maritally violent homes / Maura O'Keefe and Shirley Lebovics -- Roles for health care professionals in the United Kingdom and the United States in addressing the problem of domestic violence / June Keeling and Katherine S. van Wormer -- Battered women in the emergency room : emerging roles for the emergency room social worker and clinical nurse specialist / Mary E. Boes -- Imminent danger of failing to redefine women battering as coercive control : contextualizing an application of Roberts's Seven-stage crisis intervention model and the Ecological nested model / Cynthia Wilcox Lischick --
Contents Conjoint therapy for the treatment of partner abuse : indications and contraindications / Janet A. Geller -- Domestic violence against women with mental retardation / Leone Murphy and Nancy J. Razza -- Domestic violence and substance abuse : an integrated approach / Katherine S. van Wormer -- Poverty, women, welfare, work, and domestic violence / Diane L. Green and Patricia Brownell -- Same-sex domestic violence : myths, facts, correlates, treatment, and prevention strategies / Nicky Ali Jackson -- Global issues in elder abuse and mistreatment : policy, research, and practice / Patricia Brownell -- The use of the culturagram in understanding immigrant women affected by domestic violence / Elaine P. Congress and Patricia Brownell -- Venezuelan-American abusive relationships : assessment and treatment / Diane L. Green and Mary W. Viani -- Chinese battered women in North America : their experiences and treatment / Mo-Yee and Patrick Au -- Validating coping strategies and empowering Latino battered women in Puerto Rico / Diana Valle Ferrer.
Bibliography noteIncludes bibliographical references and indexes.
LCCN 2006034189
ISBN9780826145925 (hardback)
ISBN0826145922 (hardback)

Available Items

Library Location Call Number Status Item Actions
Joyner General Stacks HV699 .B37 2007 ✔ Available Place Hold
Laupus Books - Stacks WM 401 B335 2007 ✔ Available Place Hold

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