When Victims Offend: The Domestic Violence “Flip”. Jon McGregor, M.Sc., M.F.T. Calgary Counselling Centre & Community Crisis Society Coordinator: Male Victims of Domestic Abuse Program. Male Victims of Domestic Abuse Program. Partnership program (CCC – CCS)
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When Victims Offend: The Domestic Violence “Flip”
Jon McGregor, M.Sc., M.F.T.Calgary Counselling Centre & Community Crisis SocietyCoordinator: Male Victims of Domestic Abuse Program
(e.g., jealousy, knowing where the other is)
Turning Point: Women Who Abuse
Abuse isn’t just physical:
Power & Control
We are informed by these discourses, and we may be biased to ignore the male victim story (as real as it may be to that client)
Penetrating barriers to working with offenders
Safety planning may look different for men:
Jon McGregor:[email protected]
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