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eBook Protecting Children from Domestic Violence: Strategies for Community Intervention ePub

by Peter G. Jaffe,Linda L. Baker,Alison J. Cunningham

  • ISBN: 157230992X
  • Category: Medicine
  • Subcategory: Medicine
  • Author: Peter G. Jaffe,Linda L. Baker,Alison J. Cunningham
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: The Guilford Press; 1 edition (February 13, 2004)
  • Pages: 238
  • ePub book: 1516 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1720 kb
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Article in Child Abuse & Neglect 28(12):1341 · December 2004 with 20 Reads. How we measure 'reads'

Article in Child Abuse & Neglect 28(12):1341 · December 2004 with 20 Reads. How we measure 'reads'. Cite this publication.

PETER J. JAFFE, LINDA L. BAKER, and ALISON. Peter G. Jaffe is Special Advisor on Violence Prevention. at the Centre for Children and Families in the Justice. System in London, Ontario. J. CUNNINGHAM (Ed. Protecting Children from Domestic Violence: Strategies for. Community Intervention. He recently co-authored Child.

about promising strategies for protecting children from domestic violence. This book is a highly recommended tool for anyone with a personal or professional interest in the subject of helping children cope with violence in their families. For far too long, children exposed to domestic violence have been overlooked-if not forgotten-by those who should be protecting them and providing effective interventions. This book is a welcome and invaluable resource for a range of practitioners working in the area of domestic violence.

Strategies for Community Intervention. The impact on children of domestic violence has received increasing attention, but awareness of the problem has not always translated into public action. This forward-thinking volume brings together leading mental health, legal, educational, and social services professionals from the . and Canada to demonstrate how the problem of violence in the home can best be mitigated through community collaboration.

The second section of the book addresses current thinking about individual and group intervention approaches.

The book emerged from the International Conference on Children Exposed to Domestic Violence that was held in London, Ontario in 2001. The second section of the book addresses current thinking about individual and group intervention approaches. Chapter 5 by Sandra Graham-Bermann and Hilda Halabu discusses how to make intervention programs culturally relevant.

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by Canadian Periodical for Community Studies. in Canadian Journal of Community Mental Health. Canadian Journal of Community Mental Health, Volume 26, pp 177-181; doi:10.

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Extra resources for Protecting Children from Domestic Violence: Strategies for Community Intervention. Washington, DC: American Psychological Association. Hughes, H., & Luke, D. A. (1998). Heterogeneity in adjustment among children of battered women. In G. W. Holden, R. Geffner, & E. N. ), Children exposed to marital violence (pp. 185–221)., & Vargo, M. (1989).

The impact on children of domestic violence has received increasing attention, but awareness of the problem has not always translated into public action. This forward-thinking volume brings together leading mental health, legal, educational, and social services professionals from the U.S. and Canada to demonstrate how the problem of violence in the home can best be mitigated through community collaboration. The book provides an understanding of the effects of childhood exposure to domestic violence; considers the most promising assessment approaches; and examines specific interventions with victims and offenders, ranging from individual and group approaches to broader efforts involving schools, police, courts, and the media. Also addressed are the complexity of working with families from diverse cultural backgrounds and the often-ignored subject of how to enhance the roles of fathers in their children's lives.