8.3 B. Guidance and Resources

Choose to STOP!

Respect (2009)

This booklet published by Respect is for gay and bi men who have been violent and/or abusive towards their (ex) partners and are looking for help.

click here

The Respect Accreditation Standard

Respect (2008)

Accreditation for voluntary sector community perpetrator programmes has been developed so that members of the public, funders, commissioning agencies and other professionals can be assured of a high quality, safety-focused service from organisations accredited by Respect. Accreditation provides a recognised framework for delivering programmes in many different ways, allowing skilled practitioners and effective projects to gain recognition for their work, to support safe practice and to assist with fundraising.

click here


Respect Accreditation Standard Assessors’ Manual

Respect (2008)

The Assessors' Manual describes in detail the processes involved in assessment for accreditation. These processes have been developed, tested, reviewed and revised during the accreditation pilots this year with three member organisations and one non-member.

click here

Indicators for referral to couples counselling following domestic violence prevention programme attendance

Respect (2008)

This document helps you to identify the indicators for referrals to couples counselling along with the areas that should be taken into consideration during your assessment following a violence prevention programme.

click here

Domestic Violence: working with perpetrators, the community and its institutions

Blacklock, N (2001)

Reflections on the development of perpetrator programmes within the London based Domestic Violence Intervention Project (DVIP).

click here

 

Working Towards Safety: a guide to domestic violence intervention work (2000)

Iwi, K.  and Todd, J. (2000)

Based on the work of the Domestic Violence Intervention Project, London, (DVIP) this is a three volume manual which covers the principles and understandings of their programme, procedural information, policy considerations, organisational, structural and inter-agency issues, as well as the practicalities of service delivery to men, women and children in a domestic violence intervention setting. Volume one focuses on intervention work, volume two on women's services and volume three on perpetrator services. This publication is only available from DVIP directly.

click here


Men Who are Violent to Women: a group work practice manual for the change programme

Morran, D. and Wilson, M. (1997)

This practical manual shows practitioners how they can help men who are violent to their female partners to stop their violence, with details of the CHANGE groupwork programme. This publication is only available from CHANGE directly.

click here


Creating a Process of Change for Men Who Batter: the Duluth curriculum for facilitating batterer intervention programs

Domestic Abuse Intervention Program (2003) - USA

The manual for the Duluth model perpetrator programme in the USA.

click here

 

return to top of page