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Kaplin, D. (2019). Understanding Domestic Violence: Theories, Challenges, and Remedies, by Rafael Art. Javier and William G. Herron (Eds.). J. Infant Child Adolesc. Psychother., 18(2):196-199.

(2019). Journal of Infant, Child & Adolescent Psychotherapy, 18(2):196-199

Understanding Domestic Violence: Theories, Challenges, and Remedies, by Rafael Art. Javier and William G. Herron (Eds.)

Daniel Kaplin, Ph.D.

Domestic violence (DV) includes the use of controlling behavior (i.e., monitoring phone calls, limiting a person’s dress, or any other form of invasion of privacy), physical abuse (i.e., hitting, slapping, pushing, restraining, etc.), sexual abuse (i.e., rape, coercion, exploiting a vulnerable victim, withholding sex, etc.), emotional abuse (i.e., using criticism to undermine a partner’s self-confidence), verbal abuse (i.e., name calling), economic abuse (i.e., limiting a partner’s access to financial statements or use of money), isolation (i.e., limiting who a person can see or interact with), intimidation (i.e., any act used to disempower one’s partner), and stalking (i.e., surveillance, leaving items at someone’s home, sending cryptic messages, etc.) (Hall, Walters, & Basile, 2012; Lehmann, Simmons, & Pillai, 2012; Zarling, Orengo-Aguayo, & Lawrence, 2016). According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s National Center for Injury Prevention and Control, sexual violence, stalking, and intimate partner violence (IPV) are occurring at alarming rates (Smith et al., 2018). These authors note that 1:4 (or approximately 30 million) women and 1:10 (or approximately 12 million) men in the United States experienced contact sexual violence, physical violence, and/or stalking by an intimate partner during their lifetime.

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These staggering numbers highlight the importance and timeliness of the edited text by Rafael Art.

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