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Batterers Treatment Program

This group focuses on stopping domestic violence by helping men take responsibility for their actions, as well as increasing their awareness of signs, symptoms and the emotional precursors to violence. The group focuses on situations/scenarios, functional analysis, timeouts, communication skills, change/decision points and thinking errors. The group meets once a week for 26 weeks.


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