Published on February 27, 2014
Counselling Victims of Violence Ravi Samuel MA, MPhil, PGCARM (Lond) Psychotherapist
Lesson I Case I / Case II What is your impression about the person who was Violent
Forms of Violence Physical as well as Verbal
PTSD Kind of Reaction Any signs of the previous episode will trigger the Fear reaction Aggressive behaviour Raising the voice Threatening gesture
Can Exist Anywhere Boss – Subordinate Family – Children do hit their mother Common in Marriage Friends Colleagues
Lesson II What few Counsellors said to victims of violence
Counselling 1. Do not take it seriously 2. What can be done? 3. You look at his/her good side 4. You avoid what is making him /her angry 5. Think differently – think You have the power to make him angry
Lesson II Do not give common sense advice
Counselling Process Oriented Approach ABC Antecedent Behaviour Consequences
Lesson III Application of theoretical model can be futile? Why
Lesson III Relationship Personality Coping Skills
Conclusion Violence could be a sign of underlying problems in the relationship Please focus on prevention aspects if you find the victim is triggering the attacks Go beyond the Violence to bring permanent solutions
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