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Gender Inclusive Treatment of Intimate Partner Abuse: A Comprehensive…

by John Hamel LCSW

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0826196772, Paperback)

Praise for the first edition:

"A comprehensive assessment and treatment handbook that addresses the complexities of violence by men and women in intimate relationships. The appendix includes many excellent assessment forms and patient exercises professionals can utilize to augment their treatment approach."

-Daniel J. Sonkin, PhD
Author of Learning to Live Without Violence: A Handbook for Men

"Finally, a 'how to' guide to abuse that recognizes just how key the dynamic within the couple can be in predicting and perpetuating violence. This step-by-step approach will help both professionals and the people involved in violent relationships to think honestly about these issues. Hats off to Hamel who has developed the manual for responding to this complex problem."

-Linda G. Mills, PhD, JD, MSW
Professor of Social Work, Public Policy, and Law, NYU

I recommend this book as a 'must read' for anyone interested in understanding domestic violence and everyone working as a family counselor."

-Dr. William A. Stacey, Professor, University of Texas at Arlington

"The book presents a completely new approach to domestic violence: the gender-inclusive approach. Sound research has documented that both sexes play important roles in the causes and treatment of partner abuse, and this exciting book shows how. This book leads the way to making domestic-violence reduction a realistic goal, at last! This is the best book I have read on the topic of domestic violence treatment-it combines a sound evidence base with creative clinical practice."

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