The Intimate Partner Violence Assessment assesses whether is a likelihood that the individual may re-offend with violent behavior. The treatment allows for personal, emotional and psychological development in the area of responsiveness to feelings of anger, violence, and maladaptive reactions. Most adults were not taught how to respond to situations, feelings, and emotions. Our partnership will allow you to learn these new skills rather quickly, so you can communicate with your loved ones in a loving and healthy manner.
Men’s Group – Women’s Group – LGBTQ Groups
intimate partner violence assessment is only a tool to measure the level of care and help an individual needs. Our family violence intervention program and Anger Management classes are designed to facilitate a deeper understanding of one’s individual anger triggers and responses.
It is neither realistic nor possible to completely eliminate anger and violence, therefore, the goal of anger management classes and the family violence intervention program is to learn how to cope with and express anger in a healthy way. In FVIP classes, we discuss the difference between anger, hostility, aggression, and violence, so that participants can appropriately define and express their experiences. Additionally, the family violence intervention program FVIP classes curriculum is designed to address the effects of anger on the body, behavior, mind and how it can lead to violence. These interactive FVIP classes include various case studies and scenarios that address specific, anger-inducing situations in order to facilitate group dialogues related to appropriate and healthy responses. Additionally, clients will be challenged to objectively question their initial reactions and consequently reframe them to a healthier perspective to reduce emotional saliency and regain self-control. You can read more by clicking this link https://gcfv.georgia.gov/family-violence-intervention-programs/what-are-family-violence-intervention-programs
Children are victims of Family Violence
In order to assist participants in changing behavior, the classes are separated and conducted with gender-specific peers. Cognitive-behavioral interventions, role play and honest discussions about behavior and perception are part of each class. Positive changes can take place in families who are willing to do the work and restore their happiness.
- Family Violence Intervention Program FVIP for LGBTQ Families.
- Family Violence Intervention Program FVIP at AACS
You can also check out the State Website for additional information on family violence intervention programs. Family Violence Intervention Program of Georgia.