Week 7 dq 2 response 3 & 4
Good morning class,
One topic we are looking at is domestic violence. Knowing the reasons listed in your textbook that explain why partnered women often stay in a violent relationship, what do you think explains why some types of women are more likely to be in abusive relationships than others?
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An abuser often denies the existence or minimizes the seriousness of the violence and its effect on the victim and other family members. An abuser externalizes the causes of their behavior. They blame their violence on circumstances such as stress, they’re partner’s behavior, a “bad day,” on alcohol, drugs, or other factors etc (NCADV). Some challenges a practitioner may have dealing with this population is they can be very angry and violent. Another challenge will be getting the whole truth of out them, they tend to hold back information. I would like to work with survivors of assault, because I can relate and give then the proper encouragement and resources to create and live life after the trauma. I would like to start my own domestic violence shelter for Women and Children. They will receive counseling, resources and tools for jobs, housing and proper defense from their abuser.

Michaiah H.

(NCADV), Signs of abuse, https://ncadv.org/signs-of-abuse

Ivory Parker
Hello Class,
There are various characteristics within abusive populations, including incidences of depression and suicide. Specialists and practitioners are handling this specific type of individual need to be careful because these individuals have the tendency to hold back what the practitioner tells them, and they become abusive and violent when someone assists. Practitioners dealing with them usually experience challenges because the addictive population is highly unpredictable from the study and can hold information from being given out. Generalist practitioners face various challenges when working with violent and abusive individuals, such as lacking cooperation (Goldkind, 2011). The violent and vicious individuals do not cooperate with the generalist practitioner giving the professionals a hard time managing and handling them. They are forceful and abusive hence cannot take the words said to them by the health care professionals. Working with juvenile offenders is better because they can listen to what the counselor says than adults offenders and survivors of assaults and domestic violence.
Juvenile offenders are less violent; hence their level of tolerating and coping with them is high compared to adults and survivors. Young offenders are also cooperative, and handling them is not cumbersome and stressful like the case of adult reprobates. Working with juvenile offenders is to restore the offenders early to help them change and drop abusive and violent behaviors irrespective of bringing offenders at a young age (Levendosky, Bogat & Huth-Bocks, 2011). Secondly, the other accomplishment related to working with the young offender is installing focus and rehabilitation to the young offenders for personal change and future acceptance into the society.
Goldkind, L. (2011). A leadership opportunity for school social workers: Bridging the gaps in school reentry for juvenile justice system youths. Children & Schools, 33(4), 229-239. doi: 10.1093/cs/33.4.229
Levendosky, A., Bogat, G., & Huth-Bocks, A. (2011). The influence of domestic violence on the development of the attachment relationship between mother and young child. Psychoanalytic Psychology, 28(4), 512-527. doi: 10.1037/a0024561

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