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Treating Domestic Violence Offenders
Sebold, John, Adriana Uken, and Insoo Kim Berg
SFBTA / Audio CD / 2008-01-01 / X11334
Collaborative Therapies / Violence
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29 tracks ~ 80 Minutes

Holding clients responsible for solutions is much more effective and respectful than demanding an admission of guilt from domestic violence offenders. Listen to Sebold and Uken, of the Plumas Project in Northern California, describe in detail the group treatment model that lasts only 8 sessions and has a record of high completion and low recidivism. Learn to adapt this successful model to fit your own program in your own setting.

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