Family Ties Domestic Violence and Children Mary Hargrave – River Oak Nilda Valmores – My Sister’s House Gina Roberson – Child Abuse Prevention Center Domestic Violence is ongoing pattern of coercive control Intimidating behaviors are those that instill fear in others
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Mary Hargrave – River Oak
Nilda Valmores – My Sister’s House
Gina Roberson – Child Abuse Prevention Center
Teaching that violence is a means of influence and conflict management in close relationships
By adolescence. Violent behavior may look very much like adult violence
Children with Conduct Disorder diagnosis may be learning a coercive way to deal with others
Interference with non-abusive parent’s employment can have economic impact on childImpact on children
Look for the child with a conduct disorder diagnosis; interventions done early with these children have been demonstrated to work.