Your Feedback on ADVIP Podcast Series
For nearly two years now, I have been fortunate to having conducted numerous interviews with some of the world’s most respected IPV researchers. These interviews are available for all ADVIP members for free as part of our podcast series.
I would love your feedback on these podcasts. Soon, I hope to make some of them available on iTunes and other platforms, and it would be good for marketing purposes if I could get some endorsements.
So, what are some of your favorites? Please share your thoughts with the rest of us!
John Hamel, Ph.D., LCSW
Jul 15, 2021 @ 16:46:27
As an emerging social worker I’m trying out and testing all sorts of content to develop my worker identity. I already know I’ll be going into the domestic violence intervention field with a perspective of treating those who use violence and control in their personal relationships as humans deserving of respect, care and service. I have listened to the first two podcasts and already find that the humanizing of people who are labeled perpetrators aligns with my values and plans for service. Specifically, the discussion on the attachment issues people have that can inform their use of violence and control against others is useful for conceptualizing the ways to unwind maladaptive behaviors. Thank you for this series, and I look forward to continuing to learn with all of you.
Jul 15, 2021 @ 17:54:18
Hi Emma, it’s really great to see others interested in this war against family violence. I would like to suggest to you that “DV” is a very broad topic but is always about a choice one makes about something happening in their relationship and not necessarily about “Power and Control.” I believe the only time mental health should be part of the DV conversation, is when putting a treatment plan together which could entail a number of different modalities – depending on the personality traits of the “Perpetrator.” I wish you the best and hope you thrive in the helping business.