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Domestic Violence. Rob Gerst, LPC, LMFT The Care Center, Inc. Power & Control Wheel. Intimidation. Making her afraid by using looks, acting, gestures. Smashing things. Destroying her things Abusing pets Displaying weapons. Power & Control Wheel. Emotional Abuse. Putting her down.

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domestic violence

Domestic Violence

Rob Gerst, LPC, LMFT

The Care Center, Inc.

intimidation
Intimidation
  • Making her afraid by using looks, acting, gestures.
  • Smashing things.
  • Destroying her things
  • Abusing pets
  • Displaying weapons
emotional abuse
Emotional Abuse
  • Putting her down.
  • Making her feel bad about herself.
  • Calling her names.
  • Making her think she is crazy.
  • Playing mind games.
  • Humiliating her.
  • Making her feel guilty.
using isolation
Using Isolation
  • Controlling what she does, who she sees, talks to, what she reads, & where she goes.
  • Limiting her outside involvement.
  • Using jealousy to justify actions.
minimizing denying blaming
Minimizing, Denying & Blaming
  • Making light of the abuse.
  • Not taking her concerns seriously.
  • Saying the abuse didn’t happen.
  • Shifting responsibility for the abuse.
  • Saying she caused it.
using children
Using Children
  • Making her feel guilty about the children.
  • Using the children to relay messages.
  • Using visitation to harass her.
  • Threatening to take the children away.
using male privilege
Using Male Privilege
  • Treating her like a servant.
  • Making all the big decisions.
  • Acting like “master of the castle.”
  • Being the one to define men’s & woman’s rolls.
economic abuse
Economic Abuse
  • Preventing her from getting or keeping a job.
  • Making her ask for money.
  • Giving her an allowance.
  • Taking her money.
  • Not letting her have access to family income.
coercion threats
Coercion & Threats
  • Making and/or carrying out threats to hurt her.
  • Threatening to leave her or commit suicide.
  • To report her to child welfare.
  • Making her drop charges.
  • Making her do illegal things.
the care center inc

The Care Center, Inc.

Professional Counseling In A Christian Environment

Serving Your Needs For 17 Years