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December 2020

WEBINAR: Reducing Violent Behavior

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Survivors in contact with a partner or parent who is abusive cannot rely on leaving a relationship or physical separation to end the violence, abuse, or control. For them to be safer, the violent behavior must be reduced, and they’ll need options to meet basic need and be well. This webinar features Jacquelyn Boggess, Lisa Nitsch, Juan Carlos Areán, and Jill Davies in an important conversation about supporting behavior change, safety planning, and our advocacy.
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Breaking the Cycle, Fathering After Violence: Curriculum Guidelines and Tools for Batterer Intervention Programs

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This curriculum offers information, exercises and tools to help batterer intervention programs begin essential conversations about helping fathers who have perpetrated family violence relate to their children in positive ways.