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Addressing Sexualized Violence and Respectful Sexuality with Those Who Choose to Abuse

Addressing Sexualized Violence and Respectful Sexuality with Those Who Choose to Abuse

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Christopher Hall
Christopher Hall is a social worker currently working on his Ph.D. in Educational Research Methodologies (Program Evaluation Focus) at the University of North Carolina: Greensboro. He has worked in the field of domestic and sexual violence intervention since 1997, including work at Emerge: Counseling and Education to Stop Domestic Violence (Cambridge, MA), West Virginia Coalition Against Domestic Violence (Charleston, WV), and The Retreat (Long Island, NY).
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His research interests are in quantifying oppression theory through qualitative interviewing techniques with intimate partner violence perpetrators and use of the transtheoretical model and motivational interviewing in domestic violence intervention. He currently works as a Graduate Research Assistant for the Office of Assessment, Evaluation, and Research Services within the UNCG School of Education.
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This talk is being hosted by the Tri-County Batterer Intervention Provider Network (TCBIPN) in partnership with BISC-MI.
The TCBIPN is a monthly gathering of individuals in the Portland, OR who work with abusive partners to discuss different aspects of working with abusive partners.
This informal network has been gathering for more than twenty years to discuss and learn about these issues. Minutes from these meetings, offering detailed summaries of these discussions and presentations, are distributed to more than 150 people around the state and beyond.
An archive of over 200 sets of minutes from these meetings can be found at https://www.biscmi.org/the-archives/
Handouts:
PowerPoint Notes
PowerPoint Slides
Additional handout materials:
Pornography and objectification, Feona Attwood
Hall: Session 12: Boundary Setting and Management
Hall: The Permutations of Sexuality pdf | jpg
Pornography, Religion, and the Happiness Gap: Does Pornography Impact the Actively Religious Differently?, Author(s): Richard Patterson and Joseph Price 
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Training recording: https://vimeo.com/560807690
Chat record: https://www.biscmi.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/Addressing-Sexualized-Violence-and-Respectful-Sexuality-with-Those-Who-Choose-to-Abuse-ZOOM-CHAT-6-8-2021.pdf


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