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Strategies for Battered Women
Strategies for Battered Women

Course Learning Objectives

Answer Booklet | Table of Contents
Psychologist CEs, Counselor CEUs, Social Worker CEUs, MFT CEUs

By the end of the course, the Counselor, Marriage and Family Therapist, Social Worker or Psychologist will be able to:
-Name four types of emotional abuse that a batterer may use to groom his victim for future physical abuse.
-Name six areas described Carrie's "dog collar of control.
-Name four "If only" rationalizations commonly used by battered women.
-Name three questions you might discuss to facilitate the unraveling of the battered woman's feelings of guilt.
-Name three areas you might discuss to alleviate client guilt regarding her children.
-Name three components of Learned Helplessness a battered woman may experience.
-Name the Power House Three of learned helplessness that results in Failure Expectancy.
-Name the six building blocks in the battered woman's Pyramid of Self-Hate.
-Name seven Personal Terrorisms experienced by battered women.
-Explain how many children are severely battered annually.
-Explain which system of the brain involves in experimental and clinical evidence links explosive rage to disorders.
-Explain what did 90% of the two thirds of the population seeking police help report.
-Explain what a batterer is faced with if he thinks that other men may respond to a provoking partner differently, in a non-violent way.
-Explain what can increase the severity and number of risks a battered woman faces.
-Name items comprise the HITS scale.
-Name four signs that a therapist can look for to detect if someone is being abused.
-Name what is the difference between the way a person of European descent and a person of African descent might explain their abusive behavior.
-Explain what does Mederos say is probably the most important value of Hispanic culture.
-Name two of the four generalizations that can prove both dangerous and painful to victims of abuse in a lesbian partnership.


"The instructional level of this course is introductory, intermediate, or advanced depending on the learners clinical area of expertise."

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