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dc.contributor.authorTownsend, Lynneen
dc.format24 p. ; 30 cm.en
dc.publisherNSW Women's Co-ordination Uniten
dc.titlePrograms for perpetrators of domestic violenceNSW domestic violence strategic planen
dc.typeJournal Articleen
dc.subject.keywordJournal article/research paperen
dc.subject.keywordNew South Walesen
dc.description.notesReport written as part of the development of the NSW Domestic Violence Strategic Plan to determine what place, if any, perpetrator counselling programmes have in the overall plan to reduce and eliminate assaults on women by their male partners, and what organisational frameworks, policies and practice standards are required to ensure that the safety of women and children is not jeopardised. Explores the reasons behind the popularity of perpetrator treatment programmes for this particular crime. Reviews the approaches adopted in other states of Australia and current models of service and makes recommendations about the model, content, accountability mechanisms, staffing and evaluation of these programmes.en
dc.description.contentsCh. 1: Introduction<br/ >Ch. 2: Why therapy?<br/ >Ch. 3: The consequences of ad hoc development<br/ >Ch. 4: Therapeutic approaches<br/ >Ch. 5: State government programs<br/ >Ch. 6: Current models<br/ >Ch. 7: Future directions<br/ >Ch. 8: Referencesen
dc.publisher.placeHaymarket [N.S.W.]en
dc.description.physicaldescription24 p. ; 30 cm.en
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