Assessing Perpetrator Change
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Meaningful assessment of perpetrator change requires:
Prioritizing compliance with courts
Focus on substance abuse recovery
An understanding of the perpetrator’s pattern of behavior
Working closely with the perpetrator’s children’s therapist
The correct sequence for case planning and evaluation of behavior change is:
Partnering with the adult survivor to set up perpetrator’s behavior change goal; ensure no other co-occurring issues; assess family functioning; set interventions and then evaluate change
Identifying pattern; setting behavioral goals; determining the interventions; evaluating change
Setting behavior change goals; holding a family meeting to assess change; working with the court; reviewing compliance reports from providers
Determining the available programs; making a referral with information about the perpetrator pattern; meeting with the family to discuss progress
Based on what was in the program, what is a common manipulation used by perpetrator’s related to change?
“I love my kids and will do anything I can for them.”
“I’m in a new relationship and won’t have those problems again.”
“She needs to stay with me. I need to be given a chance to show I’m different.”
“My behavior isn’t so bad compared to my dad’s.”
“I’m really sorry and it won’t happen again."
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