Adolescent Dating Violence

by Kelli S. Franco, Emily F. Rothman, Jeff R. Temple

Series: Advances in Psychotherapy – Evidence-Based Practice - Volume 56

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Adolescent Dating Violence
ISBN: 9780889374195
2025, viii/88 pages
Due September 2024
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Effectively identify, prevent, and treat teens and their families affected by dating violence.

  • Provides the science behind assessing and treating adolescent dating violence
  • Outlines effective interventions in schools and correctional institutions
  • Includes a detailed case example

Addressing the critical issue of adolescent dating violence, this comprehensive volume in the Advances in Psychotherapy series provides mental health professionals with the essential tools for recognizing, assessing, and treating victims and perpetrators. The authors expertly explore the diagnostic guidelines, theories, and treatment options, with a focus on those most at risk for dating violence – youth aged 10–24 years. Emphasizing a gender-inclusive and intersectional approach, the text challenges common myths and provides evidence-based recommendations for several effective interventions that can be used in schools and correctional institutions. A detailed case example offers insights into the different aspects of assessment, treatment, and client and school follow-up. This book equips clinical psychologists, child psychologists, educational and school psychologists, forensic psychologists, and students with the latest research and practical resources to respond to adolescent dating violence with care and urgency.

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