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|Engaging men who use violence (report)||4.03 MB|
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This study explored the historical and philosophical foundations of invitational narrative practice and the principles and skills that practitioners use in their work.
The study was conducted in partnership with Uniting Communities in Adelaide, which has a strong, agency-wide commitment to invitational narrative practice and has maintained longstanding relationships with the Dulwich Centre. Uniting Communities works with men who use violence in men’s behaviour change groups and also in counselling. The agency also provides counselling and support to the partners/ex-partners of these men and their children.
This study contributes to the limited evidence available on how invitational narrative approaches are used in the domestic and family violence field.
The study sought to document:
The following research questions guided the study: