|9.||How are substance abuse and partner violence related?|
|10.||Therapists often find themselves experiencing negative countertransference reactions when they work with individuals in violent relationships. Identify what your personal reactions may be when working with individuals in a violent relationship and explain what steps you would take to ensure that the therapeutic process remains effective in light of these feelings.|
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