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Battering Intervention

 


AFRICAN AMERICAN MEN WHO BATTER: A COMMUNITY-CENTERED APPROACH TO PREVENTION AND INTERVENTION (5th chapter), Ulester Douglas, Sulaiman Nuriddin and Phyllis Alesia Perry, Family Violence and Men of Color: Healing the Wounded Spirit (2nd edition), Springer Publishing Company, New York, NY: 2008. Copyright © 2008 Springer Publishing Company.

ANGER MANAGEMENT MAY NOT HELP AT ALL, Benedict Carey, The New York Times, New York, NY: November 24, 2004. Copyright © 2004 The New York Times Company.

Assessing whether batterers will kill, Barbara J. Hart, Pennsylvania Coalition Against Domestic Violence, 1990, Barbara J. Hart’s Collected Writings, Minnesota Center Against Violence and Abuse, St. Paul, MN. Copyright © 1995-2004 Minnesota Center Against Violence and Abuse.

ASSESSMENT AND EVALUATION OF MEN WHO BATTER WOMEN, Linda M. Peterman and Charlotte G. Dixon, National Online Resource Center on Violence Against Women, Harrisburg, PA: October-December 2001.

ATTACHMENT, INTERPERSONAL PROBLEMS AND TREATMENT OUTCOME IN GROUP THERAPY FOR INTIMATE PARTNER VIOLENCE, David M. Lawson and Daniel F. Brossart, Psychology of Men & Masculinity (volume 10 [4], pages 288-301), 2009. Copyright © 2009 American Psychological Association.

Batterer Intervention: PROGRAM APPROACHES AND CRIMINAL JUSTICE STRATEGIES, Kerry Healey, Christine Smith and Chris O'Sullivan, NIJ Issues and Practices, National Institute of Justice, Washington, DC: February 1998.

BATTERER INTERVENTION ~ DOING THE WORK AND MEASURING THE PROGRESS: A REPORT ON THE DECEMBER 2009 EXPERTS ROUNDTABLE, prepared by Lucy Salcido Carter, Futures Without Violence, San Francisco, CA: November 2010. Copyright © 2010 Family Violence Prevention Fund.


BATTERER INTERVENTION PROGRAM, Kansas Attorney General's Office, Topeka, KS.

BATTERER INTERVENTION PROGRAMS: WHERE DO WE GO FROM HERE?, Shelly Jackson, Lynette Feder, David R. Forde, Robert C. Davis, Christopher, D. Maxwell and Bruce G. Taylor, Special NIJ Report, National Institute of Justice, Washington, DC: June 2003. Synopsis written by Rus Ervin Funk, Louisville, KY.

BATTERER INTERVENTION SYSTEMS IN CALIFORNIA: AN EVALUATION, Dag MacLeod, Ron Pi, David Smith and Leah Rose-Goodwin, Administrative Office of the Courts of the Judicial Council of California, San Francisco, CA. Copyright © 2008 Judicial Council of California / Administrative Office of the Courts.

BATTERER PROGRAMS: WHAT CRIMINAL JUSTICE AGENCIES NEED TO KNOW, Kerry Murphy Healey and Christine Smith, Research in Action, National Institute of Justice, Washington, DC: July 1998.

BATTERERS INTERVENTION PROGRAMS (click on "View Code", then "TItle 75 Attorney General"), Oklahoma Secretary of State, Oklahoma City, OK.

BREAKING THE CYCLE: FATHERING AFTER VIOLENCE – CURRICULUM GUIDELINES AND TOOLS FOR BATTERER INTERVENTION PROGRAMS, Futures Without Violence, San Francisco, CA: October 2004.

CHARACTERISTCS OF BATTERERS IN A MULTI-SITE EVALUATION OF BATTERER INTERVENTION SYSTEMS, Edward W. Gondolf, National Online Resource Center on Violence Against Women, Harrisburg, PA: April 1996.

CONSEQUENCES, Toby Myers, The PIVOT Project, The University of Texas School of Public Health, Houston, TX: 1993.

CONTROL LOG ~ MEN'S EDUCATION GROUPS, developed by Ellen Pence, Domestic Abuse Intervention Programs, and adapted by Aid to Victims of Abuse, Houston, TX.

CONTROVERSIES AND RECENT STUDIES OF BATTERER INTERVENTION PROGRAM EFFECTIVENESS, Larry Bennett and Oliver Williams, National Online Resource Center on Violence Against Women, Harrisburg, PA: August 2001.

COOPER V. DISTRICT COURT – P.3D – 2006 WL 976894, Alaska Court of Appeals, Anchorage, AK: April 14, 2006. In this case, the victim of domestic violence, Cynthia Cooper, contended that the defendant had been illegally sentenced to a treatment program that was not one of the batterer's treatment programs approved by the Alaska Department of Corrections and appealed the sentence. The Court of Appeals held that, as a victim of crime, Ms. Cooper did not have standing to independently seek appellate review of a substantive sentencing decision by a trial court. The court specifically left open the question of whether a victim had standing to seek appellate review of the violation of a victim's procedural rights, such as the right to be heard at sentencing. Because the court also held that the sentence had not been illegal, it did not reach the issue of what the court would do if the records had revealed collusion on the part of the prosecutor, court and defendant to circumvent the sentencing law.

DECONSTRUCTING MALE VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN –THE MEN STOPPING VIOLENCE COMMUNITY-ACCOUNTABILITY MODEL, Ulester Douglas, Dick Bathrick, and Phyllis Alesia Perry, Violence Against Women (volume 14 [2], pages 247-261), Sage Publications, Thousand Oaks, CA: 2008. Copyright © 2008 Sage.

DO BATTERER INTERVENTION PROGRAMS WORK?  TWO STUDIES, NIJ Research for Practice, National Institute of Justice, Washington, DC: September 2003.

DO BATTERERS' PROGRAMS WORK?, Jeffrey L. Edleson, MINCAVA electronic clearinghouse, St. Paul, MN: 1995. Copyright © 1995 Minnesota Center Against Violence and Abuse.

DOMESTIC VIOLENCE PERPETRATOR PROGRAMMES ~ WHAT COUNTS AS SUCCESS?, N. Westmarland, L. Kelly and J. Chalder-Mills, Respect, London, UK: 2010.

DOMESTIC VIOLENCE: NEW RESEARCH FOCUSES ON TREATMENT FOR PERPETRATOR, NOT VICTIM, ScienceDaily, July 31, 2012. Copyright © 1995-2012 ScienceDaily LLC.

EFFECTIVE INTERVENTIONS IN DOMESTIC VIOLENCE CASES: CONTEXT IS EVERYTHING, Loretta M. Frederick, Battered Women’s Justice Project, Minneapolis, MN: 2001.

EVALUATING BATTERER COUNSELING PROGRAMS: A DIFFICULT TASK SHOWING SOME EFFECTS AND IMPLICATIONS (abstract), Edward W. Gondolf, Aggression and Violent Behavior (volume 9 [6], pages 605-631), September - October 2004. Copyright © 2004 Elsevier.

THE FIVE ELEMENTS IN THE PROFILE OF AN ABUSER, David Mandel & Associates, LLC, Canton, CT: Winter 2002.

For the Sake of Safety, Accountability, and Community: Referring Offenders to Certified Batterer’s Intervention Programs, Ronda Redden Reitz.

THE FULL PICTURE OF RESEARCH ON BATTERER INTERVENTION PROGRAMS (scroll down), The AQUILA Working Group of the Batterer Intervention Services Coalition of Michigan, Okemos, MI.

THE FUTURE OF BATTERER PROGRAMS ~ REASSESSING EVIDENCE-BASED PRACTICE, Edward W. Gondolf, Northeastern University Press, April 2012.

GROUPWORK WITH MEN WHO BATTER: WHAT THE RESEARCH LITERATURE INDICATES, Jeffrey L. Edleson, National Online Resource Center on Violence Against Women, Harrisburg, PA: February 2012.

HAWAI`I BATTERER INTERVENTION PROGRAM STANDARDS, finalized by Child & Family Service, Parents and Children Together and Hawai`i State Judiciary, First Circuit, December 2010.

HOW DO YOU KNOW YOUR PROGRAM WORKS?, Dick Bathrick, Men Stopping Violence, Decatur, GA.

IMPLEMENTING MENTAL HEALTH TREATMENT FOR BATTERER PROGRAM PARTICIPANTS: IINTERAGENCY BREAKDOWNS AND UNDERLYING ISSUES, Edward W. Gondolf, Violence Against Women (volume 15 [6], pages 638-655), Sage Publications, Thousand Oaks, CA: June 2009. Copyright © 2009 Sage.

INDIVIDUAL THERAPY FOR BATTERERS?, Gus B. Kaufman, Jr., Men Stopping Violence, Decatur, GA. Copyright © 2001 Men Stopping Violence.

Intervention with Abuse of Alcohol, Drugs and Women, Gus B. Kaufman, Jr., Men Stopping Violence, Decatur, GA. Copyright © 2001 Men Stopping Violence.

Is anger management a remedy for batterers? A federal ban on using domestic violence grants to fund the programs raises some questions, David Hench, Portland Press Herald, Portland, ME: October 10, 2004. Copyright © 2004 Blethen Maine Newspapers, Inc.

LIMITAtIONS OF EXPERIMENTAL EVALUATION OF BATTERER PROGRAMS, Edward W. Gondolf, Trauma, Violence & Abuse (volume 2 [1], pages 79-88), Sage Publications, Thousand Oaks, CA: January 2001. Copyright © 2001 Sage.

a LONGITUDINAL STUDY OF ARRESTED BATTERERS, 1995-2005, Andrew R. Klein and Terri Tobin, Violence Against Women (volume 14 [2], pages 136-157), Sage Publications, Thousand Oaks, CA: 2008. Copyright © 2008 Sage.

MALE BATTERERS TREATMENT STANDARDS, Wisconsin Batterers Treatment Providers Association, End Domestic Abuse Wisconsin: The Wisconsin Coalition Against Domestic Violence, Madison, WI: 2007.

MALE SOCIAL WORKERS WORKING WITH MEN WHO BATTER: DILEMMAS IN GENDER IDENTITY, Benjamin Bailey, Eli Buchbinder and Zvi Eisikovits, Journal of Interpersonal Violence (volume 26 [9], pages 1741-1762), Sage Publications, Thousand Oaks, CA: 2011. Copyright © 2011 Sage.

MAN TO MAN ~ A GUIDE FOR MEN IN ABUSIVE RELATIONSHIPS, Edward W. Gondolf and David M. Russell, Human Services Institute and Sulzburger & Graham Publishing, Ltd, New York, NY: 1987; reprinted 1994. Copyright © 1987 by Edward W. Gondolf and David M. Russell.

MANY IN DOMESTIC VIOLENCE COMMUNITY QUESTION BATTERER INTERVENTION PROGRAMS, Tom Perrotta, New York Law Journal Online, New York, NY: February 23, 2006. Copyright © 2006 ALM Properties, Inc.

MCADSV SERVICE STANDARDS AND GUIDELINES FOR BATTERER INTERVENTION PROGRAMS: A SELF-EVALUATION TOOL, Missouri Coalition Against Domestic & Sexual Violence, Jefferson City, MO.

Measuring Success: Evaluating Batterers Intervention Programs, Kathleen Carlin, Men Stopping Violence, Decatur, GA. Copyright © 2001 Men Stopping Violence.

THE MEN'S DOMESTIC ABUSE CHECK-UP: A PROTOCOL FOR REACHING THE NONADJUDICATED AND UNTREATED MAN WHO BATTERS AND WHO ABUSES SUBSTANCES, Roger A. Roffman, Jeffrey L. Edleson, Clayton Neighbors, Lyungai Mbilinyi and Denise Walker, Violence Against Women (volume 14 [5], pages 589-605), Sage Publications, Thousand Oaks, CA: 2008. Copyright © 2008 Sage.

The Men’s Movement of Choice, Kathleen Carlin, Men Stopping Violence, Decatur, GA. Copyright © 2001 Men Stopping Violence.

Most Men Re-offend, Says Study of Battering – Longest Look to Date Paints a Darker Picture, Carolyn Y. Johnson, The New York Times, New York, NY: November 9, 2006. Copyright © 2006 The New York Times Company.

NIJ REPORT ON BATTERER INTERVENTION PROGRAMS, Futures Without Violence, San Francisco, CA: September 18, 2003. See Batterer Intervention Programs: Where Do We Go From Here?.

N.Y. PIONEERS TOUGHER APPROACH TO BATTERERS, Francesca Levy, Women's eNews, New York, NY: April 8, 2008. Copyright © 2008 Women's eNews.

OFFENDERS’ ANGER CONTROL CLASSES HELP MAKE SOME MORE DANGEROUS; COURSES AXED AS RESULT OF MONCKTON MURDER INQUIRY ~ KILLER'S TRAINING HELPED HIM WIN RELEASE, Alan Travis, The Guardian, Manchester, UK: April 24, 2006. Guardian Unlimited © Guardian Newspapers Limited 2006.

OPERATIONALIZING ACCOUNTABILITY: THE DOMAINS AND BASES OF ACCOUNTABILITY, Jeffrie K. Cape and David J. H. Garvin, Catholic Social Services of Washtenaw County, Alternatives to Domestic Aggression, Ann Arbor, MI: December 31, 2009. Copyright © Catholic Social Services of Washtenaw County, Alternatives to Domestic Aggression.

Parenting in the Context of Domestic Violence, Jeffrey L. Edleson, Lyungai F. Mbilinyi and Sudha Shetty, Judicial Council of California Administrative Office of the Courts, Center for Families, Children, & the Courts, San Francisco, CA: March 2003. Copyright © 2003 Judicial Council of California / Administrative Office of the Courts.

Parenting inTERVENTIONS FOR MEN WHO BATTER, Katreena Scott, National Online Research Center on Violence Against Women, Harrisburg, PA: June 2012.

PRACTICAL CONSIDERATIONS FOR Parenting inTERVENTIONS FOR MEN WHO BATTER, Katreena Scott, National Online Research Center on Violence Against Women, Harrisburg, PA: June 2012.

PRESENTATION TO INSTITUTE ON WORKING WITH THE ABUSER, Kathleen Carlin, Milwaukee, WI: August 8, 1982.

A PROFILE OF WHO COMPLETES AND WHO DROPS OUT OF DOMESTIC VIOLENCE REHABILITATION, April A. Gerlock, Issues in Mental Health Nursing (volume 22, pages 379-400), 2001.Copyright © 2001 Taylor & Francis.

PROGRAM COMPLETION IN SPECIALIZED BATTERER COUNSELING FOR AFRICAN-AMERICAN MEN (abstract), Edward W. Gondolf, Journal of Interpersonal Violence (volume 23 [1], pages 94-116), Sage Publications, Thousand Oaks, CA: 2008. Copyright © 2008 Sage.

PROGRAMS FOR BATTERERS CHANGING THEIR FOCUS, Suzanne Batchelor, Women’s eNews, January 30, 2006. Copyright © 2005 Women’s eNews.

Re-OFFENDING IN BatterING Intervention Programs, Toby Myers, The PIVOT Project, The University of Texas School of Public Health, Houston, TX: 1993.

ReFLECTION (part three, chapter 23), Ellen Pence, Violence Against Women: Classic Papers, Raquel L. Kennedy Bergen, Claire M. Renzetti and Jeffrey L. Edleson, Allyn & Bacon, September 2, 2004.

ReLATIONSHIP MUTUALITY ~ WHY IS IT IMPORTANT IN BATTERERS' REHABILITATION?, April A. Gerlock.

ReSOURCES FOR BATTERING INTERVENTION PROGRAMS IN TEXAS TO MITIGATE RISK FACTORS WHICH INCREASE THE LIKELIHOOD OF PARTICIPANT DROPOUT, Peggy Helton, Applied Research Projects (paper 351), Texas State University-San Marcos, San Marcos, TX: April 1, 2011.

A Review of Standards for Batterer Intervention Programs, Juliet Austin and Juergen Dankwort, National Online Resource Center on Violence Against Women, Harrisburg, PA: revised August 1998.

RULES FOR BATTERER'S INTERVENTION PROGRAMS, Tennessee Domestic VIolence State Coordinating Council, Nashville, TN: December 1999, revised.

STATE STANDARDS LISTING BY STATE (scroll down), Batterer Intervention Services Coalition of Michigan, Okemos, MI: as of December 2013.

TESTING THE EFFECTIVENESS OF BATTERER PROGRAMS AND JUDICIAL MONITORING – RESULTS FROM A RANDOMIZED TRIAL AT THE BRONX MISDEMEANOR DOMESTIC VIOLENCE COURT, Melissa Labriola, Michael Rempel and Robert C. Davis, Center for Court Innovation, November 2005.

THEORETICAL AND RESEARCH SUPPORT FOR THE DULUTH MODEL: A REPLY TO DUTTON AND CORVO, Edward W. Gondolf, Aggression and Violent Behavior (volume 12, pages 633-657), 2007. Copyright © 2007 Elsevier Ltd.

VIEW AND COMMENTARY FROM THE TRENCHES: A BATTERING INTERVENTION PROJECT’S REACTION TO PARTICIPATION AS A SITE IN PROGRAM EVALUATION, Toby Myers, Houston, TX, and Jennifer Daly, University of Hawaii at Manoa, Women’s Studies Program, Honolulu, HI: June 1997.

Violence Against Women: Synthesis of Research on Offender Interventions, Daniel G. Saunders and Richard M. Hamill, National Institute of Justice, Washington, DC: June 2003.

VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN – VICTIMS AND ABUSERS – LEGAL ISSUES – INTERVENTIONS AND TREATMENT (volume III), edited by Joan Zorza, Civic Research Institute, Inc., Kingston, NJ. Copyright © 2006 Civic Research Institute, Inc.

“The Way to Change” Series for Men Who Have Abused their Women Partners, Edward W. Gondolf, Learning Publications, Inc., Holmes Beach, FL: 2001. Copyright © 2001 Edward W. Gondolf.

Workbook 1 – Checking Our Behavior

Workbook 2 – Discovering Our Self

Workbook 3 – Appreciating Women

Workbook 4 – Reaching Out to Others

Workbook 5 – Relapse, Reuniting, and Progress

WHERE DO THE Batterer Intervention ProgramS FIT IN?, Paul Kivel, National Online Resource Center on Violence Against Women, Harrisburg, PA: 1996.

WHY WOMEN FIRST, Kathleen Carlin, Men Stopping Violence, Decatur, GA. Copyright © 2001 Men Stopping Violence.

WORKING WITH BATTERERS: WHAT IS WOMEN'S ROLE?, Kathleen Carlin, Men Stopping Violence, Decatur, GA. Copyright © 2001 Men Stopping Violence.

Working with Young Children and Their Families: Recommendations for Domestic Violence Agencies and Batterer Intervention Programs, Abigail Gewirtz, Resmaa Menakem and Susan Schechter (editor), Paper #5 in the Series – Early Childhood, Domestic Violence and Poverty: Helping Young Children and Their Families, School of Social Work – University of Iowa, Iowa City, IA: January 2004. Copyright © 2004 The University of Iowa.

WORKING WITH YOUNG MEN WHO BATTER: CURRENT STRATEGIES AND NEW DIRECTIONS, Dean Peacock and Emily Rothman, National Online Resource Center on Violence Against Women, Harrisburg, PA: November 2001.

 

 


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