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The future of batterer programs

Edward W. Gondolf

The future of batterer programs

reassessing evidence-based practice

by Edward W. Gondolf

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Published by Northeastern University Press in Lebanon, NH .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Abusive men,
  • Services for,
  • Victims of family violence,
  • Rehabilitation,
  • Prevention,
  • Wife abuse

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementEdward W. Gondolf
    SeriesThe northeastern series on gender, crime, and law
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHV6626.2 .G664 2012
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25067562M
    ISBN 109781555537692, 9781555537708, 9781555537715
    LC Control Number2011042525

    Batterers have different public and private persona's. These characteristics are very confusing to victims and others. On one hand abusers are kind, gentle, and generous; on the other hand, they can become extremely violent within seconds. Moving beyond the narrow clinical perspective sometimes applied to viewing the emotional and developmental risks to battered children, The Batterer as Parent: Addressing the Impact of Domestic Violence on Family Dynamics, Second Edition offers a view that takes into account the complex ways in which a batterer's abusive and controlling behaviors are woven into the fabric of daily life.

    Batterer intervention programs are an integral part of any comprehensive approach to domestic violence. However, because intervention programs are relatively new, there is a need for increased communication between programming providers and criminal justice professionals. The latest publication in NIJ’s Issues and Practices series. Batterer Intervention Systems responds to this debate with research from a multi-site evaluation of batterer programs—the most comprehensive and extensive evaluation to date. It critiques current experimental evaluations, exposes the complex issues of evaluation, and presents alternatives to assessing effectiveness.

    The future of batterer programs: Reassessing evidence-based practice. Boston, MA: Northeastern University Press. perspectives on batterer programs: Program leaders on history, approach, development and research. New York: Lexington Books. Google Scholar. Jones, A., D’Agostino, R., Gondolf, E Court responses to batterer program non. RECOMMENDED BOOKS. Authored by ADVIP Members and Colleagues. Bowen, E. (). Domestic violence treatment for abusive women: A treatment manual. New York: Routledge.


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The Future of Batterer Intervention Programs (BIPS) – The Importance of Evidence-Based Practice and Movement Affiliation View Resource. Similar Resources (3) Other Resources (3) Substance Abuse & IPV: A Just Community Response. Webinar Recording Future Directions for BIPs: Examining the Power of Male Peer Support and Building Alternative.

"Batterer Intervention Programs: The past, and Future Prospects." In Coordinating Community Responses to Domestic Violence: Lessons from Duluth and beyond, edited by Melanie F. Shepard and Ellen L. Pence,SAGE Series on Violence Against Women. "The Future of Batterer Programs" examines batterer research in light of the push for "evidence-based practice" and advocates a progressive evolution of batterer intervention as it currently stands.

Cautioning against the call for programs based on a "new psychology," the book argues that current cognitive-behavioral approaches are appropriate. The book presents a broad picture of batterer intervention and makes recommendations for heightened engagement of men, ongoing risk management, and better coordination of courts and services.

Gondolf is a professor emeritus of sociology at Indiana University of Pennsylvania and has written nine other books on wife abuse. Sorting out batterer programs --The uncertain state of batterer programs --The debate about program effectiveness --The cognitive-behavioral and psychodynamic divide --The many efforts to categorize batterers --Risk management in the intervention system --Implementation, implementation.

Series Title: Northeastern series on gender, crime, and law. Mid-Atlantic Research and Training Institute for Community and Behavioral Health; Stright Hall, Room E South Tenth Street Indiana, PA ; Phone: Fax: Association of Batterers Intervention Programs. ABIP is committed to ending the interpersonal cruelty of domestic violence, increasing the safety of domestic violence victims and their children, reducing batterer behavior and thinking, making safe communities rather than victims of violent crimes.

If however, the batterer is willing to seek help, remain in the program, and be open to community help, there is a good chance the cycle of abuse will end in that family. Although the 10 signs below can give you an idea if the batterer is willing to change, the only real way to know if the batterer will change is with time.

Implementation of case management for batterer intervention program participants. Violence Against Women, 14, Gondolf, E. Culturally-focused batterer counseling for African American men.

Criminology & Public Policy, 6(2), Gondolf, E. The future of batterer programs: Reassessing evidence-based practice. North Carolina Department of Administration. Mail Service Center Raleigh, NC Division Contacts & Phone Numbers. Get this from a library. The future of batterer programs: reassessing evidence-based practice.

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Assessing the Efficacy of Batterer Intervention Programs in Context. By Etiony Aldarondo, Ph.D. The Survival of Batterer Programs: Responding to Evidence-Based Practice and Improving Program Operation.

By Edward Gondolf, Ed.D., M.P.H. Future Directions for BIPs: Examining the Power of Male Peer Support and Building Alternative Support Communities. Batterer Intervention Family Violence Prevention Fund / National Insititute of Justice 3 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY T he first programs for men who batter were founded in the s in partnership with battered women’s advocates.

Between fifteen and twenty-five hundred batterer inter-vention programs (BIPs) are currently in operation across the country.With so much focus on victims, the batterer and what contributes to his behavior is frequently overlooked.

By understanding that the batterer is created from a unique combination of genetic propensity, abusive/absent father, distant/disengaged mother, and societal trends denigrating women, maybe, just maybe future generations of children with abusive potential can be identified and /5(8).

The future of Batterer Intervention Programs A new initiative, currently called the Conceptual Clarity Project, is underway to promote common principles of gender-informed Batterer Intervention Programs (BIP) and assert the importance of such programs as part of systems’ response to domestic violence.