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Webinar Recording

The Benefits of Violence: Why Give It Up

Published: January, 2014| Chuck Derry

In our work to address domestic and sexual violence, it’s easy to overlook the most fundamental fact: offenders benefit from their use of violence. This webinar describes exactly what’s in it for… View this resource

Webinar Recording

Fatherhood and Domestic Violence

Published: January, 2013| David Mandel, MA, Gabrielle Davis, J.D.,

Domestic violence is often defined as the perpetration of coercive control by one adult against another in an intimate relationship. In reality, domestic violence perpetrators frequently engage in a… View this resource

Webinar Recording

Recognizing Batterer Tactics Against Mothers and Children Post-Separation

Published: September, 2012| Jill Abernathy, Beth Olson

The Power and Control Wheel describes the variety of tactics employed by batterers to maintain power and control in their relationships. But what happens when the relationships end Sadly, abuse seldom… View this resource

Webinar Recording

The Future of Batterer Intervention Programs (BIPS) – The Importance of Evidence-Based Practice and Movement Affiliation

Published: April, 2012| Edward W. Gondolf, Scott Miller

Batterer programs are at a critical juncture: A handful of experimental program evaluations show little or no effect from the prevailing program approach and have prompted calls to overhaul or replace… View this resource

Webinar Recording

Substance Abuse & IPV: A Just Community Response

Published: March, 2012| Larry Bennett, Ph.D., Leslie Landis, J.D.

The empirical facts are hard to dispute: About half of the men and women seen in agencies and institutions serving perpetrators and victims of intimate partner violence (IPV) have substance use… View this resource

Webinar Recording

Integrating Substance Abuse and Domestic Violence Intervention with Men who Batter

Published: May, 2011| Larry Bennett, Ph.D.

Batterer intervention, and the whole domestic violence field, has been slow, perhaps reluctant to respond effectively to substance abuse. Similarly, most substance abuse interveners have not responded… View this resource

Webinar Recording

Addressing Fathering After Violence: The Role of Batterer Intervention Programs

Published: April, 2011| Melissa Scaia, Scott Miller

The presenters describe the rationale for and the development of the Fathering after Violence Program, a new supplement to Duluth's Creating a Process of Change for Men Who Batter curriculum. They… View this resource

Tools & Guides

Future Directions for BIPs: Examining the Power of Male Peer Support and Building Alternative Support Communities

Published: November, 2009| Barbara Hart, Esq.

This article explores the concept of "male peer support – and the strength and direction of that support – is undeniably a factor in the decision-making of male batterers regarding the infliction of… View this resource

Policy Analysis

Countering Confusion About the Duluth Model

Published: June, 2008| Graham Barnes, Michael Paymar

In this paper, the authors examine and respond to research and criticism from three sources and clarify other myths and misinformation about the Duluth Model. Given the difficulty of changing… View this resource

Website

Batterer Intervention Services Coalition of Michigan

Published: January, 2015| Batterer Intervention Services Coalition of Michigan

The Batterer Intervention Services of Michigan Coalition's website contains useful national information on state standards in batterer treatment, and presentations by Lundy Bancroft. View this resource

Website

Emerge

Published: January, 2015| Emerge

Founded in 1977, Emerge was the first abuser education program in the United States. Since its creation, Emerge has been a national leader in working to end violence in intimate relationships. View this resource