Family Safety

 

Unprovoked Shootings, Violence and Possible Explanations

December 13, 2007

By William Shryer, MSW, LCSW   Introduction One of the most terrifying things seen on recent news programs is the unprovoked killings of...

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Working with Male Batterers: How Social Workers Help

August 30, 2007

By Katherine van Wormer, MSSW, PhD   Introduction The Duluth Domestic Abuse Intervention Program A Biopsychosocial...

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About Domestic Homicide and Murder-Suicide

August 30, 2007

By Katherine van Wormer, MSSW, PhD   Introduction Facts on Domestic Homicide Situations on Domestic Murder...

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What to Expect from a Life-Defense Class

August 29, 2007

By Willie Elliott, D.Minn., MSW Who Is the Typical Participant in a Life-Defense Class? What Will Participants Learn? How...

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Traumatic Bonding in Kidnap Victims and Battered Women

August 10, 2007

By Katherine van Wormer, MSSW, PhD   Introduction Brainwashing or Traumatic Bonding? What Leads to Traumatic...

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About Priest/Clergy Sexual Abuse: Trauma and Healing

August 10, 2007

By Katherine van Wormer, MSSW, PhD   Introduction Extent of the Abuse Power Dynamics in Clergy Sexual Abuse The...

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Emotional First Aid: Supporting Others in Times of Crisis

July 17, 2007

By John D. Weaver, MSW, LCSW, BCD, ACSW, CBHE   Introduction Without realizing it, whenever you find yourself responding to a family...

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Emergency and Disaster Preparedness Checklist

June 19, 2007

By John D. Weaver, MSW, LCSW, BCD, ACSW, CBHE   Introduction Plans (Home, Work, School and Social-Recreation...

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Healing From Incest

May 22, 2007

By Nella Hahn, LMSW Introduction Children A Sense of Loss Empathy Methods of...

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Abusive Relationships: Why Women Stay

May 2, 2007

By Joyce Parker, PhD, LICSW   Introduction Rationalization and Denial Profound Consequences Walking on Egg...

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