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 explain why parenting classes often fail to improve the parenting of men who batter. They also describe how the greater empathy that men have for their children can improve men's motivation to stop their violent and controlling behaviors.

Materials are available for download: PowerPoint Presentation