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 How to create a brochure that addressed IPB and therapy

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This week, you will create a brochure that addresses IPV and therapy. Your audience includes professionals that work with relationships from any human services approach.

Think of this brochure as having at least five parts:

1. Define IPV (including the cycle of violence).

2. Discuss safety (e.g., safety contracts and how people are experiencing IPV and link to resources in their area).

3. Reflect on Ethics and ethical challenges that therapists might experience when working with IPV cases.

4. Discuss the pros and cons of working with both partners together in therapy when there is a history of IPV.

5. Provide some key ways that therapy could address IPV.

Length: About 2 -3 pages (depending on how you format the brochure)

References: Include a minimum of 4 scholarly resources.

The completed assignment should address all of the assignment requirements, exhibit evidence of concept knowledge, and demonstrate thoughtful consideration of the content presented in the course. The writing should integrate scholarly resources, reflect academic expectations and current APA standards, and adhere to Northcentral University’s Academic Integrity Policy.

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Considerations of Conjoint Couples Therapy in Cases of Intimate Partner Violence

Hurless, N. N., & Cottone, R.R. (2018). Considerations of conjoint couples therapy in cases of intimate partner violence. 
The Family Journal, 26(3):324-329.

This article explores the challenges and benefits of conjoint therapy for couples when IPV has been part of the relationship.


Creating Structure in a Time of Intense Stress: Treating Intimate Partner Violence

Rouleau, E., Barabe, T., & Blow, A. (2019). Creating structure in a time of intense stress: Treating intimate partner violence. 
Journal of Couple & Relationship Therapy, 18(2), 148–169.

This article highlights the use of EFT with couples and discusses some of the background for conjoint therapy with couples experiencing IPV.


“No one would ever believe me”: An Exploration of the Impact of Intimate Partner Violence Victimization on Men

Bates, E. A. (2020). “No one would ever believe me”: An exploration of the impact of intimate partner violence victimization on men. 
Psychology of Men & Masculinities, 21(4), 497–507.

Explores the voices of male victims of IPV.


Perspectives on Treating Couples Impacted by Intimate Partner Violence

Maharaj, N. (2017). Perspectives on treating couples impacted by intimate partner violence. 
Journal of Family Violence, 32(4), 431–437.

This article lays out the debate between conjoint therapy and individual therapy when seeing couples experiencing IPV.


Risk-Informed Intervention: Using Intimate Partner Violence Risk Assessment within an Evidence-Based Practice Framework

Messing, J. T. (2019). Risk-informed intervention: Using Intimate Partner Violence Risk Assessment within an evidence-based practice framework. 
Social Work, 64(2), 103–112.

This article considers the safety of those seeking therapy when there is a history of IPV.


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