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Podcast 15: Working with Female Domestic Violence Perpetrators

Interventions in Domestic Violence
Podcast 15: Working with Female Domestic Violence Perpetrators
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Title: Working with Female Domestic Violence Perpetrators

Guest: David Wexler, Ph.D., is a clinical psychologist in private practice in San Diego, specializing in the treatment of relationships in conflict. He is the Executive Director of the non-profit Relationship Training Institute, which provides education and treatment internationally for relationship development and the prevention and treatment of relationship violence. Dr. Wexler has authored an internationally-recognized domestic violence treatment manual: the newly revised and updated The STOP Program—Fourth Edition, released by W.W. Norton in March 2020. More than 50,000 domestic violence offenders have now been treated in the STOP Program.  Dr. Wexler has trained thousands of community professionals, military personnel, and law enforcement officials through extensive training seminars on The STOP Program model throughout the world. He has also recently published the ground-breaking STOP Program: For Women Who Abuse (Norton, 2016). To contact Dr. Wexler or other RTI faculty about professional training or consultation, please go to the RTI website at www.RTIprojects.org or contact him directly at dbwexler@gmail.com.

 

Podcast 14: The evolution of domestic violence intervention policies: Advocacy, research, and mental health perspectives – Part Two

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Podcast 14: The evolution of domestic violence intervention policies: Advocacy, research, and mental health perspectives – Part Two
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Title: The evolution of domestic violence intervention policies: Advocacy, research, and mental health perspectives – Part Two
Guest: Shelly Wagers, Ph.D. Assistant Professor of Criminology at the University of South Florida St. Petersburg. Dr. Wagers has over 20 years of experience developing and delivering educational classes, workshops, and seminars in the areas of the prevention of interpersonal violence. The specific focus of her research and experience is on helping people understand the internal motives behind their behaviors, and how these can either enhance or obstruct their interpersonal relationships at home and in their career. Dr. Wagers collaborates with local providers and victim advocates to conduct on-going research concerning the effectiveness of domestic violence programs and has provides trainings to providers in Virginia.

Podcast 13: The evolution of domestic violence intervention policies: Advocacy, research, and mental health perspectives – Part One

Interventions in Domestic Violence
Podcast 13: The evolution of domestic violence intervention policies: Advocacy, research, and mental health perspectives – Part One
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Title: The evolution of domestic violence intervention policies: Advocacy, research, and mental health perspectives:  Part One

Guest:  Dr. Shelly Wagers – Assistant Professor of Criminology at the University of South Florida St. Petersburg. Dr. Wagers has over 20 years of experience developing and delivering educational classes, workshops, and seminars in the areas of the prevention of interpersonal violence. The specific focus of her research and experience is on helping people understand the internal motives behind their behaviors, and how these can either enhance or obstruct their interpersonal relationships at home and in their career. Dr. Wagers collaborates with local providers and victim advocates to conduct on-going research concerning the effectiveness of domestic violence programs and has provides trainings to providers in Virginia

Podcast 12: An Acceptance and Commitment Therapy Approach to IPV Perpetrator Treatment Groups, Part Two: Treatment

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Podcast 12: An Acceptance and Commitment Therapy Approach to IPV Perpetrator Treatment Groups, Part Two: Treatment
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Title:   An Acceptance and Commitment Therapy Approach to IPV Perpetrator Treatment Groups, Part Two: Treatment.

Guest:  Erika Lawrence, Ph.D.

Podcast 11: An Acceptance and Commitment Therapy Approach to IPV Perpetrator Groups, Part One: Research and Theory

Interventions in Domestic Violence
Podcast 11: An Acceptance and Commitment Therapy Approach to IPV Perpetrator Groups, Part One: Research and Theory
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Title: An Acceptance and Commitment Therapy Approach to IPV Perpetrator Groups, Part One: Research and Theory

Guest: Erika Lawrence – Dr. Lawrence is currently a research professor in the department of psychology at Northwestern University, and is also Director of Translational Science at that university’s Family Institute. After obtaining her M.A. and Ph.D. in clinical psychology at UCLA, she completed her clinical psychology internship at the UCLA Neuropsychiatric Institute and Hospital. Since then, Dr. Lawrence has conducted several research projects on intimate partner violence. She works with high-conflict couples in her clinical practice, and her current focus is on developing evidence-based treatment for IPV offenders, using principles from Acceptance and Commitment Therapy.

Podcast 10: Parental Alienation as Emotional Abuse and Control

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Podcast 10: Parental Alienation as Emotional Abuse and Control
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Title:  Parental Alienation as Emotional Abuse and Control

Guest:  Jennifer Harman, Ph.D.  Dr. Harman is an Associate Professor in the department of psychology at Colorado State University, Fort Collins.  Her areas of specialization include application of social psychological theories to underrepresented populations, power in intimate relationships, family violence, and parental alienation (PA).  Her PA research findings have been published several peer-reviewed journal articles.  Contact:  Jennifer.Harman@ColoState.edu.

Podcast 9: Best Practices in IPV Treatment and the National Partnership to End Interpersonal Violence

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Podcast 9: Best Practices in IPV Treatment and the National Partnership to End Interpersonal Violence
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Title:  Best Practices in IPV Treatment and the National Partnership to End Interpersonal Violence

Guest:  Robert Geffner, Ph.D.  – Dr. Geffner is Founder and President of the Family Violence and Assault Institute in San Diego, a Licensed Psychologist and Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, and a founding member of the National Partnership to End Interpersonal Violence Across the Lifespan.  He is the editor or co-editor of several peer-reviewed journals, and has co-edited numerous books on family violence and child maltreatment.

Podcast 8: Interventions with Couples

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Podcast 8: Interventions with Couples
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Title:  Interventions with Couples

Guest:  Sandra Stith, Ph.D.  Sandra is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and a professor at Kansas State University.  Her work has been published in numerous peer-reviewed scholarly journals.  She is the author or co-author of four books, including Couples Therapy for Domestic Violence, considered the definitive text on this subject.  It was published in 2011 by the American Psychological Association.

Podcast 7: The Fathers for Change Program

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Podcast 7: The Fathers for Change Program
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Title:  The Fathers for Change Program.

Guest:  Carla Stover, Ph.D.  Carla is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist and Associate Professor at the Yale University School of Medicine Child Study Center.  Her research interests are focused on the impact of violence and trauma (particularly family violence) on child development and the advancement of best practice interventions for children and families affected by such violence exposure.  She developed Fathers for Change to enable fathers to reduce both their violence and substance use and improve their parenting.

Podcast 6 – Working with Same-Sex Intimate Partner Violence

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Podcast 6 - Working with Same-Sex Intimate Partner Violence
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Title: Working with Same-Sex Intimate Partner Violence

Guest: Clare Cannon, Ph.D.  A graduate of Tulane University, Clare is currently Assistant Professor in the Department of Human Ecology, University of California, Davis. She has written on feminism, the environment, and intimate partner violence within LGBTQ communities.