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5 edition of Treating Violence found in the catalog.

Treating Violence

A Guide to Risk Management in Mental Health

by Anthony Maden

  • 143 Want to read
  • 26 Currently reading

Published by Oxford University Press, USA .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • English criminal law: offences against public health, safety, order,
  • Psychiatry,
  • Violence in society,
  • Mental Illness,
  • Psychiatry - General,
  • Medical / Psychiatry,
  • Medical,
  • Medical / Nursing,
  • Dangerously mentally ill,
  • Mental health facilities,
  • Rehabilitation,
  • Risk management,
  • Treatment,
  • Violence

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages208
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL10141171M
    ISBN 100198526903
    ISBN 109780198526902

    Beyond Anger and Violence: A Program for Women. Beyond Anger & Violence is a manualized curriculum for women who are struggling with the issue of anger and who are in community settings (outpatient and residential substance abuse treatment programs, domestic violence shelters, mental health clinics, etc.).Beyond Anger & Violence is the first manualized intervention for women that . Approaches to the treatment of violence Within their review of the rehabilitation efforts with violent offenders Polaschek and Collie () usefully distinguished violent offender treatment on the basis of its theoretical approach.

      The book presents up-to-date information on techniques for working with men and women who commit intimate partner violence, moving past a “one size fits all” mentality to develop treatment that affects long-term changes in beliefs, behaviors, and by:   While numerous books address specific issues of violence and aggression, there is a clear and pressing need for a comprehensive resource that explores everything from the root causes of violence and aggression to the appropriate interventions for both individuals and society at large. The Wiley Handbook of Violence and Aggressionis a landmark three-volume resource that explores the Author: Peter Sturmey.

    The STOP Domestic Violence Program: Group Leader's Manual. David Wexler, $ A successful all-in-one program for treating domestic violence offenders, this comprehensive instruction manual teaches group leaders how to effectively and successfully administer David Wexler’s trusted program. This book is pages of rich content, with topics including: social and self-awareness, shoplifting and theft assessment, understanding cravings and triggers, developing and implementing a relapse prevention plan, anger and depression, change, self-esteem, criminal thinking, instant v. delayed gratification, penalties of shoplifting and theft, setting goals, and much more/5().


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Treating Violence: A Guide to Risk Management in Mental Health 1st Edition by Anthony Maden (Author)Cited by: Treating Violence deals with the problem of violence by mental health patients. Studies have established that mental Treating Violence book lead to violence in a minority of sufferers.

This book critically reviews risk assessment methods and summaries the evidence. It should be read by anybody working in front line mental health services or criminal justice.

This book presents an empirically based approach for clinicians conducting individual treatment with this population.

The authors have extensive experience working with abusive clients, and their 4-phase treatment model emphasizes the importance of individualized case formulation and the establishment of a collaborative working s: 5.

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New York: Routledge. Treating Victims of Torture and Violence is the definitive manual for therapists treating victims of torture, prisoners of war, and casualties of forced by:   Synopsis Treating Violence deals with the problem of violence by mental health patients. Over the last twenty years violence by the mentally ill has grown from just a peripheral concern to dominate debate about services/5(2).

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books about violence: origins and prevention. Look for this book at your local library, Gilligan suggests treating violence as a public health problem. He advocates initiating radical social and economic change to attack the root causes of violence, focusing on those at increased risk of becoming violent, and dealing with those who are.

Books in this domain address such subject matter as genetics, physiology, neurobiology, cultural evolution, biobehavioral, learning, cognitive, psychoanalytic, sociological and other explanations of violence. The second domain focuses on prevention and treatment for individuals and couples.

Abused Women and Survivor Therapy helps the newly trained as well as the experienced practitioner to identify, assess, and treat women who have been abused physically, sexually, or psychologically. It provides a touchstone by which future progress in research and practice with abused women can be Pages: Domestic violence, also known as partner-abuse, spouse-abuse, or battering, is one facet of the larger problem of family violence.

Family violence occurs among persons within family or other intimate relationships, and includes child abuse and elder abuse as well as domestic violence. Family violence usually results from the abuse of power or theFile Size: 67KB.

Building on the success of the first edition and the growth of research in the field over the past decade, this book offers an authoritative overview of the assessment, treatment, and management of violent and sexual by:.

Domestic violence has been characterized as a “state of siege in which discrete battering episodes occur as intermittent events within a cycle of violence” (Dutton, ).

A World Health Organization and United Nations’ Report () indicates that violence against women is .Susceptibilityrefers to the level (or lack) of resistancetoinfection for an individual; this could be due to the immune system (orother factors).

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The book explores the myriad gendered experiences and doesn’t shy away from the violence women live through. 4 After Shocks: The Poetry .