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January 2005

Professor's Resource Guide to Teaching About Woman Abuse and its Effects on Children

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A teaching aid for the professor planning a lecture or workshop on how woman abuse affects infants, toddlers, children and teenagers. Background resource material is provided to aid in preparation for a lecture or workshop.
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January 2004

Helping Children Thrive: Supporting Woman Abuse Survivors as Mothers: A Resource to Support Parenting

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This resource reviews the needs of abused women as mothers, batterers as parents, effects of power and control tactics on mothers, the potential impact of woman abuse on children of different ages, and strategies used by young people to cope with violence in their homes.