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Toxic Couples The Psychology Of Domestic Violence

Author : Anna Motz
ISBN : 9781317815358
Genre : Psychology
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Domestic violence is a major public health concern, affecting millions worldwide. It is underreported, often devastating and sometimes ends in murder. In Toxic Couples: The Psychology of Domestic Violence, Anna Motz integrates psychological and criminological data with clinical illustrations and discussion of current high-profile cases. She examines the complex manifestations and multiple causes of intimate partner violence. Motz disentangles the roles played by those involved and examines the addictive nature of these damaging partnerships. The book describes various forms of abuse, including physical, sexual and emotional, and analyses how intimate partner violence can escalate to murder. She explores important factors including: the role of addiction; homelessness and vulnerability; the intergenerational transmission of abuse; sadomasochistic relationships; honour-based violence. The book emphasizes the significance of female- as well as male-perpetrated violence and outlines the powerful impact on the children of abusive parents, extending the clinical awareness of professionals working with those affected. Toxic Couples: The Psychology of Domestic Violence is ideal for clinicians working with the victims and perpetrators of intimate partner violence, for students of psychology, gender studies and social care courses and for anyone interested in the psychological forces behind violence in relationships. ]

Domestic Violence And Psychology

Author : Paula Nicolson
ISBN : 9781351202060
Genre : Psychology
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Despite changes to laws and policies across most western democracies intended to combat violence to women, intimate partner violence and abuse (IPVA) remains discouragingly commonplace. Domestic Violence and Psychology: Critical Perspectives on Intimate Partner Violence and Abuse showcases women’s harrowing stories of living with and leaving violent partners, offering a psychological perspective on domestic violence and developing a theoretical framework for examining the context, intentions and experiences in the lives of people who experience abuse and abuse themselves. Nicolson provides an analysis of survivors’ real-life stories, and thoughts about IPVA. The attitudes of the general public and health and social care professionals are also presented and discussed. The theoretical perspective employs three levels of evidence – the material (context), discursive (explanations) and intrapsychic (emotional). Domestic Violence and Psychology is divided into three parts accordingly, engaging qualitative data from interviews and quantitative data from surveys to illustrate these theoretical perspectives. Although many pro-feminist sociologists and activists firmly believe that any attempt to explain domestic violence potentially condones it, this book takes up the challenge to make a compelling case demonstrating how we need to widen understanding of the psychology of survivors and their intimate relationships if we are to defeat IPVA. The new edition has been updated to include the latest developments in IPVA research and practice, and in particular examines the impact of a violent and abusive family life on all members, including children. This is essential reading for students, academics and professionals interested in domestic abuse, as well as professionals and practitioners, including psychologists, social workers, the police, prison officers, probation staff, policy makers, and charity workers.

Couple And Family Psychoanalysis Volume 5 Number 2

Author : Molly Ludlam
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Couple and Family Psychoanalysis is an international journal sponsored by Tavistock Relationships, which aims to promote the theory and practice of working with couple and family relationships from a psychoanalytic perspective. It seeks to provide a forum for disseminating current ideas and research and for developing clinical practice. The annual subscription provides two issues a year. Articles Ethical Issues in Work with Families: On Facing the Music or Not “Turning a Blind Eye” by Sally Box - Couple Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy with Violent Couples: Understanding and Working with Domestic Violence by Julie Humphries and Damian McCann - Thinking about Publishing? On Seeking Patient Consent to Publish Case Material by Christopher Clulow, Ernest Wallwork, and Caroline Sehon - Ethics and Complaints Procedures for Psychoanalytic Organisations: Some Thoughts About Principles by Philip Stokoe - Becoming an Adolescent: a Body Changes in the Field of the Family by Isabel Duarte and Maria Emília Marques

Engaging Couples

Author : Andrew Balfour
ISBN : 9780429817007
Genre : Psychology
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This book is a challenge to the silos in our human services that an ‘atomised’ focus gives rise to. They are evident in the chasm that can exist between child and adult mental health care, between competing therapeutic approaches and, most importantly for this volume, in the segmentation of support for adults who are partners as well as parents. The contributors, all with substantial experience of providing front-line services, identify the problem their intervention is designed to address, provide a conceptual justification for the approach they have used and supply evidence for its effectiveness. Vivid illustrations bring the work to life and provide examples of best practice whose relevance can readily be transported to different settings. Unusual in bringing together approaches that encompass internal and external realities in responding to the challenges of physical constraint, emotional distress and an often-volatile social environment, the contributions are assembled to highlight a common thread that can inform services at different stages of the life course. Each chapter is accompanied by a commentary from specialists in their field who elucidate and critique the key points made by the authors and help the experience of reading the book to be one of dialogue. Engaging Couples: New Directions in Therapeutic in Work with Families explores new ways of approaching some of the key issues of contemporary family life, including depression, living with long-term conditions, inter-parental conflict and domestic abuse to name but a few, refracting them through a lens that sees our relationships as fundamental to the fabric of our lives – the most important social capital of all. It represents essential reading for clinicians and family practitioners of all persuasions, and those that train and support them in their work.

Toxic Relationships

Author : Sam Vaknin
ISBN : 9789989929410
Genre : Family & Relationships
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How to identify abuse, cope with it, survive it, and deal with your abuser.

Silent Domestic Victims

Author : Robert Heal
ISBN : 9798615274466
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Have you ever wondered what would make you truly happy and build up a positivity inside you?Would you like to build back your confidence, manage your anger and calm down your emotions?What about healing your wounds and creating a relationship of your dreams? If at least one of these questions made you interested, then keep reading... "SILENT DOMESTIC VICTIMS" - a complete self-development guide for relationship-recovery, self-healing, and mind-managing. Imagine yourself like an empty page that has nothing written yet, no past and no future. Do you have the power inside yourself to open this new page and don't look back? - The answer is "YES," and we are going to teach you the best way to do that. From abusive and painful relationships to inexhaustible self-esteem, from the life full of anger and frustration to true happiness, this step-by-step guide will help you to build back your true colors, get rid of unsuccessful relationships, reduce negativity, find your inner peace and joy. Take a look at only a couple of ingredients this book consists of: What is domestic violence, and how to break it? Warning signs or silence abuse sufferers 7 steps to heal from emotional and verbal abuse How to detect TOXIC RELATIONSHIP upfront? 15 signs of narcissistic abuse STEP-BY-STEP MENTAL RECOVERY GUIDE Much more... It is really important that you take immediate action and start applying the strategies straight away. This book consists of thousands of different studies and scientific research that have been successfully used on hundreds of thousands of people and led their life into a whole new direction. So don't wait, scroll up, click on "Buy Now" and start building your true happiness!

Break Free From The Narcissist And Psychopath

Author : Pamela Kole
ISBN : 1647431328
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Are you feeling miserable yet trapped in your relationship? Who is this stranger, and where is the person you fell in love with? Are you constantly told you're not good enough - and actually starting to agree? Kept from voicing your concerns and needs by the fear of a violent backlash, or even worse, being left and unloved? Will you live your life dictated by fear and walk on eggshells forever? Your partner doesn't understand love and you are in a toxic relationship. Break Free is your primer if you simply can't understand why your partner or friend continually hurts you and makes you feel unlovable. You are not to blame and there is nothing wrong with you - they are a psychopath or narcissist, specific personality types that aren't in relationships out of love. They'll charm you at first, then turn the tables to keep their control over you. They'll make you think you're crazy for wanting to be treated normally. Pamela Kole, author of the bestselling book Mind Games, has had to protect herself from (1) physical, (2) domestic, (3) verbal, (4) mental, and (5) emotional abuse. That's why Break Free is different; it was written from firsthand pain. She wants to shine the light onto what is happening right under your nose and what to do about it... because she was you. Break Free will teach you everything you need to spot the narcissist or psychopath, disarm them, and become their worst nightmare. -14 red flags of emotional manipulation. -Vivid examples and illustrations so you know exactly what you're up against. -Character studies of the psychopath, narcissist, and manipulator - so you can understand them and take away their ammunition. -The psychological phenomenon of the abusive relationship cycle. How else will you gain your freedom from your invisible prison? -What makes you feel compelled to stay despite it all. -How to establish assertive boundaries to protect your heart. -Precise tactics and phrases to disarm narcissists and psychopaths. -How to leave and what to do in the aftermath. Learn to love yourself again. Escape the black hole of the narcissist and psychopath and discover how your self-worth again. Stop the pain and undermining and realize that you deserve love, happiness, and a place to feel safe. Learn to disarm the narcissist and psychopath and control your life again - today.

Cupid S Knife Women S Anger And Agency In Violent Relationships

Author : Abby Stein
ISBN : 9781317963776
Genre : Psychology
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Much domestic violence literature has called attention to the fact that women's material needs for shelter, daycare, employment, and legal protection may render them helpless to leave toxic relationships. Yet, even with the provision of these, many women remain tightly wound in their abusers' embrace. In Cupid's Knife: Women's Anger and Agency in Violent Relationships, Abby Stein draws on the gripping narratives of physically and emotionally abused women to illuminate how splitting off their own aggression undermines women's agency, making it almost impossible for them to leave violent partners. Psychology, with its focus on 'managing' men's anger in violent relationships, has had little to offer in the way of substantive critical work with women on the identification, integration and constructive use of a range of darker emotions typically labelled as antithetical to the norms for female behaviour. In this book, Abby Stein shows that although a number of psychological processes that contribute to the intractability of abusive relationships have been identified – such as trauma bonding and learned helplessness – their recognition has offered no clinical pathway out of the abyss. Stein suggests that our attention to other aspects of the internal world, the relational framework, and the cultural context in which both operate, may be more useful than current interventions in determining individual treatments that break the oft-cited 'cycle of violence'. More globally, Cupid's Knife: Women's Anger and Agency in Violent Relationships jumpstarts a provocative conversation about how female aggression can be repurposed as a catalyst for social change. It will be essential reading for psychoanalysts, psychologists, psychiatrists, sociologists, criminologists, students and the lay reader with an interest in clinical treatment, interpersonal psychoanalysis, domestic violence, gender roles, dissociation and aggression.

Invisible Trauma

Author : Anna Motz
ISBN : 9781315389981
Genre : Psychology
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There is an expectation that women will be nurturers and carers. Women who have been judged violent, destructive and criminal and who are detained in the criminal justice system can find themselves perceived through a distorted lens as unwomanly. This book explains how they become hypervisible in their difference, while the histories of trauma and suffering that are communicated through their offending and other risk behaviour remain hidden, and so are unseen. Bringing together authors uniquely placed as experts in their fields, Invisible Trauma argues that it is essential to trace the traumatic roots of women’s violence and criminality. Powerful intergenerational factors perpetuate the cycles of offending and trauma re-enactment that current sentencing practice overlooks. The authors present a psychoanalytically informed account of the development of violence and other offending, identifying pathways for change to address trauma within the lives of these women and their children, and also to create a responsive, effective and sensitive workforce. Invisible Trauma highlights the role of emotional, social and cultural forces in traumatising women who come into contact with the criminal justice system and uncovers areas of their lives that are all too often hidden from view. It will be invaluable to those working in clinical and forensic psychology, mental health nursing, psychotherapy, social work, medical practice and women’s health, as well as frontline practitioners in the criminal justice system, the health service and third sector organisations and for anyone with an interest in racism, equality and social justice.

Family Violence In The United States

Author : Denise A. Hines
ISBN : 9781452256085
Genre : Social Science
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Rich in scholarly references and case materials, Family Violence in the United States: Defining, Understanding, and Combating Abuse, Second Edition by Denise A. Hines, Kathleen Malley-Morrison, and Leila B. Dutton is a thought-provoking book that encourages students to question assumptions, evaluate information, formulate hypotheses, and design solutions to problems of family violence in the United States.

Toxic Relationships

Author : Lilly Singh
ISBN : 1517268931
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Toxic Relationships: How to DE-TOX From Negative People and Abusive Relationships Abusive relationships or toxic relationships are very destructive. They can really make your life miserable. A toxic relationship is deadly. It can sabotage your life. So, how do you get rid of toxic people? Can you really avoid them? It's impossible to avoid toxic people. Toxic and negative people can never be avoided. They are everywhere. You encounter them in your family, and some in your workplace. You hear about them on the news and on talk shows. To deal with toxic people is very difficult, it takes some skill and great courage. How do you break off a friendship that is toxic or an unhealthy friendship? You need the courage to severe the ties. You cannot afford to stay in an emotionally abusive relationship. Toxic relationships are energy vampires and can sabotage your life. Toxic people are very negative. Negative people have a negative attitude. Any relationship that does not increase you will soon decrease you. It's about time that you take a stand and end negative relationships, bad friendships and begin to embrace better relationships and positive relationships. This book - is a quick and concise guide on how to identify snakes - vicious, wicked, malicious and evil people in your life. This book will help you to name and shame them. The sooner you DE-TOX from them one by one, the quicker your life will experience true freedom and real peace. Grab Toxic Relationships: How to DE-TOX From Negative People and Abusive Relationships now, and start experiencing the freedom and liberty you deserve! Take action Today! Scroll to the top and select the "BUY" button for instant download. Tags: emotional abuse, verbal abuse, domestic violence, emotional vampires, relationship problems, relationship advice, relationship counseling, how to save a relationship, deal with difficult people, relationship help, male female relationships, relationship issues, relationship, relationships, how to fix a relationship, family relationships, christian relationship advice, new relationship advice, bad relationships, relationships advice, how to end a bad relationship, healthy relationships, unhealthy relationships, releasing a toxic person, ways to spot a toxic person, nasty people, narcissism, personality disorder, psychopath free, psychopathic relationships, manipulative people, toxic parents, in sheep's clothing, toxic men, emotional assault, abusive partner, what is emotional abuse, emotionally abusive relationship, abusive marriage, dating, relationship problem, abuse, types of relationships, physical abuse, emotional abuse, signs of abuse, verbal abuse, abuse in relationships, counselling, relate, love advice, relationship advice for women, relationship advice for men, relationship forum, marriage counselor, dating advice for women, dating advice, break up advice, relationship tips, abusive husband, controlling husband, warning signs, red flags in a relationships, relationship test, family relationships, relationship issues, abusive women, bad friendship, how to end a friendship, divorcing friends, break off a friendship, dump friends, unhealthy friendship, toxic relationship, signs of an abusive relationship, emotional abuse signs, dysfunctional relationships, how to deal with negative people

Family Interventions In Domestic Violence

Author : John Hamel, LCSW
ISBN : 0826103294
Genre : Social Science
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In this exciting new book John Hamel, author of the ground-breaking Gender-Inclusive Treatment of Intimate Partner Abuse, and Tonia Nicholls go beyond the traditional intervention theories of domestic violence practiced today. Offering alternative, unbiased and sometimes controversial views, theories, and current research, they, along with renowned contributors in the field, provide new treatment options that encompass a wide range of gender dynamics. Here are just some of the key principles covered: Interventions Should Be Based on a Thorough Unbiased Assessment Victim/Perpetrator Distinctions are Overstated, and Much Partner Abuse is Mutual Regardless of Perpetrator Gender, Child Witnesses to Partner Abuse are Adversely Affected, and are at Risk for Perpetrating Partner Abuse as Adults This new gender-inclusive approach to assessment and intervention provides a significant departure from traditional paradigms of domestic violence, and offers a much-needed awareness to effectively prevent violence in our communities today and for future generations.

Toxic Love

Author : Indira Haracic-Novic
ISBN : 0645028908
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Are you a victim of domestic abuse? Or do you desire to stop abusing your intimate partner? Do you simply want to understand what motivates an abusive perpetrator to reoffend? If so, this ground-breaking book is for you.With their innovative approach, clinical psychologist Indira Haracic-Novic and men's health expert Dean Quirke shed new light on the epidemic of domestic violence against women. Instead of viewing spousal or intimate partner abuse as the sole result of power and control tactics, the authors invite readers to explore the repetitive patterns of abusive behaviour - which tend to escalate in frequency and severity - within a behavioural addiction paradigm.They have consolidated their expertise in this book, assisting victims to heal from the trauma of abuse, and to prevent it from happening in future relationships. Reaching out to men who want to stop abusing their loved ones, Haracic-Novic and Quirke also provide strategies to break free from their repetitive patterns of abusive behaviour. By dismantling the dangerous aspects of the personality that may have become addicted to abusing their partners, victims and perpetrators become freer to create healthier loving relationships.

Coercive Control Breaking Free From Psychological Abuse

Author : Lauren Kozlowski
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The devastation of a controlling relationship has to be endured to be believed. From the constant fear of upsetting your spouse, the walking on eggshells in case you've done or said something wrong, or the relentless feeling of anxiety, a controlling partner will beat you down until you no longer recognize yourself. Coercive control will see an abuser dominate their victim's life; from the food they eat, the people they see, the places they can go and the things they can say. A controlling partner, through fear and intimidation, will seek to ensure their victim is subdued, to the point of accepting any and all abuse that's fired their way. By manipulation, gaslighting, lies, and hurtful insults, the abuser will make their victim a willing puppet on a string, ready to be utilized how the controlling spouse sees fit. Coercive control is seldom talked about in comparison to other forms of abuse, yet it's so commonplace in relationships. Plenty of victims of this type of behavior may not even be aware that's it's full-blown abuse. Many more see controlling behavior as their partner's way of showing they 'care'. In order to shed light on this topic, and reach out to those who need help in understanding and overcoming a controlling partner, I have created this book as their starting point. I was shackled to a malignant narcissist for many years of my life, being controlled and manipulated, day-in, day-out. As a proud survivor of abuse, I feel obligated to help others in their journey towards getting their power back and recovering from the cruel effects of an abusive relationship. This book will cover the following: - what coercive control is - the devastating effects of a controlling relationship - financial coercion - breaking the spell of abuse - coercive control after separating I use my own experiences, as well as those of the survivors I've connected with via Escape the Narcissist, to help piece together the things you need to know about this type of abusive relationship.

Abnormal Child Psychology

Author : Eric J. Mash
ISBN : UVA:X004276954
Genre : Child psychiatry
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In this current and scholarly text, authors Eric Mash and David Wolfe achieve a balance between developmental, clinical-diagnostic, and experimental approaches to child and adolescent psychopathology. The book traces the developmental course of each disorder and shows how biological, psychological, and sociocultural factors interact with the child's environment. First-person accounts and cases enrich the reader's understanding of what children and adolescents with disorders experience, emphasizing the strengths of individual children. Case materials are integrated throughout each chapter to help students understand the chapter's key topics. Engaging "first-person" accounts frequently introduce the chapters and reflect the authors' clinical experience. In every disorder chapter, the authors present an overview of the most empirically supported approaches to intervention. The authors discuss the unique as well as general aspects of major intervention strategies for each disorder. The authors pay attention to risk and protective factors and the conditions that lead to effective coping in some children, despite adverse early circumstances. The authors have organized the book into logical five-part structure: Understanding Abnormal Child Psychology, Behavioral Disorders (ADHD and disruptive behavior disorders), Emotional Disorders (anxiety and mood disorders), Developmental and Learning Disorders (mental retardation, autism, childhood-onset schizophrenia, and communication and learning disorders), and Problems Related to Physical and Mental Health (health-related disorders, eating disorders, and child abuse and neglect). This organization provides students with a framework for understanding the disorders that will enhance their mastery of the material.

Nursing Diagnosis Handbook E Book

Author : Betty J. Ackley
ISBN : 9780323071529
Genre : Medical
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Use this convenient resource to formulate nursing diagnoses and create individualized care plans! Updated with the most recent NANDA-I approved nursing diagnoses, Nursing Diagnosis Handbook: An Evidence-Based Guide to Planning Care, 9th Edition shows you how to build customized care plans using a three-step process: assess, diagnose, and plan care. It includes suggested nursing diagnoses for over 1,300 client symptoms, medical and psychiatric diagnoses, diagnostic procedures, surgical interventions, and clinical states. Authors Elizabeth Ackley and Gail Ladwig use Nursing Outcomes Classification (NOC) and Nursing Interventions Classification (NIC) information to guide you in creating care plans that include desired outcomes, interventions, patient teaching, and evidence-based rationales. Promotes evidence-based interventions and rationales by including recent or classic research that supports the use of each intervention. Unique! Provides care plans for every NANDA-I approved nursing diagnosis. Includes step-by-step instructions on how to use the Guide to Nursing Diagnoses and Guide to Planning Care sections to create a unique, individualized plan of care. Includes pediatric, geriatric, multicultural, and home care interventions as necessary for plans of care. Includes examples of and suggested NIC interventions and NOC outcomes in each care plan. Allows quick access to specific symptoms and nursing diagnoses with alphabetical thumb tabs. Unique! Includes a Care Plan Constructor on the companion Evolve website for hands-on practice in creating customized plans of care. Includes the new 2009-2011 NANDA-I approved nursing diagnoses including 21 new and 8 revised diagnoses. Illustrates the Problem-Etiology-Symptom format with an easy-to-follow, colored-coded box to help you in formulating diagnostic statements. Explains the difference between the three types of nursing diagnoses. Expands information explaining the difference between actual and potential problems in performing an assessment. Adds detailed information on the multidisciplinary and collaborative aspect of nursing and how it affects care planning. Shows how care planning is used in everyday nursing practice to provide effective nursing care.

The California Psychologist

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Genre : Psychology
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Domestic Criminal Violence

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ISBN : MINN:31951D002700835
Genre : Child abuse
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Abuse

Author : Jim O'Shea
ISBN : 1855942178
Genre : Family & Relationships
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Explores physical, emotional, verbal and financial abuse; looks at the abusive personality, and examines workplace and school bullying.

Venomous Relationships

Author : Tamara Neal
ISBN : 0990937909
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At first the relationship seems fine, and then things start to get ugly. You are told you're stupid. You're fat and unloveable. Your partner's family doesn't like you, you're not satisfying in bed-you should be thankful your partner's willing to stay with you at all. If these comments sound familiar, you may be in an emotionally abusive relationship. While physical abusers use their fists, emotional abusers take a subtler, more manipulative approach-destroying your self-worth and isolating you from friends and family. Tamara Neal understands. She's watched friends and family deal with this common but often silent abuse and experienced the pain firsthand. Written without complicated psychological jargon, Neal's advice includes practical methods for identifying red-flag behaviors, from the obvious warnings of addiction, physical abuse, and adultery to subtle indications of manipulative thinking. You'll learn, through practical examples of toxic relationships, how to respond, move on, and heal. You are not broken, and you are not worthless. With time and honesty, you can regain your self-worth, end emotionally abusive relationships, and learn to care for yourself. "Venomous Relationships" offers a new chance. Are you ready to accept it?

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