Feminist-Cognitive-Behavioral and Process-Psychodynamic Treatments for Men Who Batter: Interaction of Abuser Traits and Treatment Models
Saunders, Daniel G., Violence and Victims
At a community-based domestic violence program, 218 men with a history of partner abuse were randomly assigned to either feminist-cognitive-behavioral or process-psychodynamic group treatments. The treatments were not hypothesized to differ in outcome. However, men with particular characteristics were expected to have lower recidivism rates depending on the type of treatment received. Treatment integrity was verified through audio-taped codings of each session. The partners of 79% of the 136 treatment completers gave reports of the men's behavior an average of 2 years post-treatment. These reports were supplemented with arrest records and self-reports. Rates of violence did not differ …
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Publication information: Article title: Feminist-Cognitive-Behavioral and Process-Psychodynamic Treatments for Men Who Batter: Interaction of Abuser Traits and Treatment Models. Contributors: Saunders, Daniel G. - Author. Journal title: Violence and Victims. Volume: 11. Issue: 4 Publication date: January 1, 1996. Page number: 393+. © Springer Publishing Company 2009. Provided by ProQuest LLC. All Rights Reserved.
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