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Chapter 1 Domestic Violence through the Trauma Lens: An Introduction, Rafael Art. Javier & William G. Herron Part I Conceptual Framework Chapter 2 Domestic Violence in All of its Contexts: An Issue for All Cultures, Races, Genders, and Classes, Rafael Art. Javier, William G. Herron, Gerald A. Pantoja, and Jennifer De Mucci Chapter 3 Aggression, Domestic Violence and Risk Factors: An Overview, William G. Herron & Rafael Art. Javier Chapter 4 Clinical Applications of the General Aggression Model to Domestic Violence, Wayne Warburton & Craig A. Anderson Chapter 5 Psychoanalytic Theories of Domestic Violence, William Herron & Rafael Javier Chapter 6 21st Century Medeas, Medusas, and Salomes: Violence Female Style, June Chisholm & Kristy Magee Part II Challenges and Interventions: Domestic Violence in Ethnic and Cultural Contexts Chapter 7 Family Maltreatment and Domestic Violence among Arab Middle Easterners: A Psychosocial, Cultural, Religious, and Legal Examination, Fatimah El Jamil & Naji Abi-Hashem Chapter 8 Crucial Considerations in the Understanding and Treatment of Domestic Violence in African Couples, Carolyn West Chapter 9 Understanding Domestic Violence within a Latino/Hispanic/Latinx Context: Environmental, Cultural, and Ecological Mapping as a Culturally Relevant Assessment Tool, Caroline S. Clauss-Ehlers & Fred Millan Part III Treatment and Intervention Issues Chapter 10 Victimized and Disabled: Neuropsychological Issues at the Intersection of Gender and Ethnicity, Martha E. Banks Chapter 11 The Impact of Stigma on Survivors of Intimate Partner Violence: Implications for Counseling, Christine Murray & Allison Crowe Chapter 12 Essential Elements for an Effective Treatment Model of Domestic Violence in our Complex World: New Directions, Lenore Walker & Tara Jungersen Part IV Conclusion Chapter 13 The Complex Nature of Domestic Violence: Possible Causes and Solutions, Rafael Art. Javier, W. G. Herron, & Michelle Yakobson Appendix I Resources for Domestic Violence Intervention Appendix II Legal Precedents Glossary

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Rafael Art. Javier is a professor of psychology and director of inter-agencies training and research initiatives, director of the postgraduate professional development programs, and the director of the postdoctoral certificate programs in forensic psychology at St. John's University. He is also a faculty member at the Object Relations Institute. He is the editor-in-chief for the Journal of Psycholinguistic Research and the past co-editor of the Journal of Social Distress and the Homeless. William G. Herron is a retired professor at St. John's University and was the director of the school psychology program and founding coordinator of the clinical psychology PhD program. He earned his PhD from Fordham University. A devoted writer, Dr. Herron has published 12 books. He has a practice in New Jer

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This comprehensive volume offers the clinician a treasure trove of statistics, theory, insight and approaches to dealing with domestic violence. It is a must-have book for the clinician's personal library. -- Athena A. Drewes, director of Clinical Training, Astor Services for Children and Families
Javier and Herron present a comprehensive text on the assessment and treatment of intimate partner violence. The book offers perspectives on the dynamics of abuse, with focused attention on diversity issues. The chapters are informative, practical, and easy to read and could be used in family violence and couples therapy courses. -- Gregory Canillas, PhD, The Chicago School of Professional Psychology
For professionals who deal with domestic violence (DV), this volume is an ideal new tool. Its chapters describe evidence-based resources to understand, prevent, and reduce DV while also offering unusual features not found in other volumes, in a carefully crafted volume that is the state of the art in coping with DV. -- Harold Takooshian, PhD, past-president, Division of International Psychology, American Psychological Association
This edited book takes a unique perspective by dealing with topics that we do not usually see in the domestic violence field. Including disabilities, the intersection of ethnic and cultural factors, and treatment approaches from a trauma informed lens is an excellent combination to focus on that helps move the field forward. -- Robert Geffner, founding president, Institute on Violence, Abuse & Trauma, San Diego, CA

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