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Taming the flame: Reaching transformation while preventing domestic violence

Taming the flame: Reaching transformation while preventing domestic violence by  Sujata Swaroop, M.A. & Kyle Rundles, M.A.

This roundtable discussion aims to:

  • Discuss the utility in expanding our current understanding of anger management in preventing domestic violence.
  • Examine and formulate a response to results from community needs assessment and focused interviews with persons in current mandated anger management programs.
  • Reflect on the importance of addressing issues of culture, gender, group practice and power in domestic violence prevention programming.

View or download the narrated PowerPoint Slide Show here.


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Sujata Swaroop, M.A. & Kyle Rundles, M.A. Sujata Swaroop, M.A. & Kyle Rundles, M.A.

Sujata Swaroop and Kyle Rundles are Clinical PsyD students at The Chicago School of Professional Psychology.


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Marissa Coleman (Miami Children's Hospital) February 14, 2012

This discussion is so vital to the field of psychology. I work with a number of families impacted by DV and the scares are never minimal. Thank you to Ms. Swaroop and Ms. Rundles for the helpful information!

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Keywords: domestic violence prevention, community psychology practice, scra biennial, gjcpp