- Wraparound Services to Support Safety and Change
Juan Carlos Areán from Futures Without Violence speaks with Lisa Nitsch, Director of Training and Education at House of Ruth in Baltimore, and Tamaris Princi, Director of Abusive Partner Intervention Programs at the Urban Resource Institute in New York about holistic wraparound services for abusive partners.
- Rooted in Culture: Approaches to Abusive Partner Intervention in Native Communities
Juan Carlos Areán speaks with Aldo Seoane and Greg Grey Cloud, co-founders of Wica Agli, and Jeremy NeVilles-Sorell, the director of the National Native Coalition of Men’s Programs.
- Centering Survivor Voices in Abusive Partner Intervention
Juan Carlos Areán is joined by Carmen Pitre, executive director of the Sojourner Family Peace Center, and Cheryl Davis, former program director of the Colorado Domestic Violence Offender Management Board.
- Building Pathways to Accountability in Abusive Partner Interventions
Juan Areán speaks with James Henderson, a former probation officer and facilitator of the Accountable Choices program in Michigan.
- Enhancing Faith-Based Responses in Abusive Partner Intervention
Juan Carlos Areán leads a discussion on the importance of engaging and partnering with faith leaders in the community response against domestic violence.
- Culture Matters: Grounding Abusive Partner Intervention Work in Culture and Community
Juan Carlos Areán from Futures Without Violence speaks with Jessica Nunan of Caminar Latino, and Lee Giordano of Men Stopping Violence.
- In Practice: Taking a Holistic Approach with Domestic Violence Offenders
James Henderson, former probation officer and a consultant with the Battered Women's Justice Project, and Aeron Muckala, a corrections agent for the Minnesota Department of Corrections in Bemidji, Minnesota, discuss how probation departments are meeting the challenges of difficult and often high-risk domestic violence cases.
- Addressing Trauma Through Abusive Partner Intervention Programs
Juan Carlos Areán from our partner Futures Without Violence, speaks with Terri Strodthoff, executive director of the Alma Center, and Steve Halley, director of the Family Peace Initiative, about the growing recognition of the need to address underlying trauma in work with people who cause harm and incorporating trauma-informed practices and strategies into abusive partner intervention programs.