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“If I was to recommend only one book for a domestic violence advocate to read in their career, it would be this one. Every person interested in domestic violence work should do themselves and the survivors they hope to help a favor by reading this and integrating the concepts presented into their advocacy. We owe a debt of gratitude to the authors of this book for providing such a clear guide on effective work with domestic violence survivors.”
“[This book] is a must read for all disciplines providing services to battered women. Survivors are not served in a vacuum, so it is imperative that system providers understand their role in keeping them safe.”
“Working with battered women often produces ethical dilemmas about what is the best course of action to take. [This book] provides a framework of women-defined advocacy that respects the rights and dignity of each woman, as well as her right to self-determination. In the analysis of risks associated with violence and abuse, the woman’s voice is once again heard and her perspective guides the process of safety planning.”
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