Since the early 1980s, the Duluth Domestic Abuse Intervention Project (DAIP) has conducted extensive research on the psychology of Domestic Violence. As part of their findings, and their program for escaping the cycle of violence, the DAIP has published several visual aids showing the cyclical nature of these abusive relationships.
in this manual are several of these visual aids, detailing the typical methods
power and control abusers exhibit, the characteristics of equality in a healthy
relationship, the cycle of violence, symptoms of child abuse, and characteristics
of good child nurturing.
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