[Audio and Video] EP13 Workshop 36 – Group Treatment of Situational Domestic Violence for Lower-Income Couples – John Gottman, PhD and Julie Gottman, PhD

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[Audio and Video] EP13 Workshop 36 – Group Treatment of Situational Domestic Violence for Lower-Income Couples – John Gottman, PhD and Julie Gottman, PhD

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Workshop Topics: Evolution of Psychotherapy 2013 | Evolution of Psychotherapy
John Gottman, PhD | Julie Gottman, PhD Course Levels: Master’s Degree or Higher in a Health-Related Field
1:38:39 Duration Format: Audio and Video
Original air date: December 15, 2013.
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Julia Babcock’s recent meta-analysis demonstrates that same-sex group treatment for domestic violence is unsuccessful. Many states make couple’s therapy unlawful. We will describe the findings (and techniques) for treating solely situational (rather than characterological) domestic violence, which demonstrate great efficacy with long-term impacts after 18 months. The Gottman-method curriculum is used in treatment, including 21 sessions of couples group therapy.

Objectives of Education:

Distinguish between situational and characterological domestic violence.
Describe the use of a reliable questionnaire for differentiating between the two types of domestic abuse.
Show how to deal situational domestic violence appropriately.

*Content and confidentiality may be modified during sessions*

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