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Freedom's Flowers: The Effects of Domestic Abuse on Children. e-book

Author:

Mrs Pat Craven

Language:

English

Category:

Relationships

Subcategory:

Family Relationships

ePub size:

1824 kb

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Rating:

4.9

Publisher:

Freedom Publishing (October 12, 2012)

Pages:

104

ISBN:

0955882745

Freedom's Flowers: The Effects of Domestic Abuse on Children. e-book

by Mrs Pat Craven


Pat Craven is a qualified social worker and probation officer. In 1999 she created the Freedom Programme for survivors of domestic abuse to women

Pat Craven is a qualified social worker and probation officer. In 1999 she created the Freedom Programme for survivors of domestic abuse to women. In 2008 she published ‘Living with the Dominator’ a book about male violence to women.

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Freedoms Flowers is a book about the effects of domestic abuse on children. Some of the children write as adults from memory and some are male. The youngest contributor is eight years old. Their stories describe not only the abuse from the perpetrators but the dreadful collusion from the so called professionals who should have been protecting the victims instead of worsening the effects of the abuse. Pat Craven is a qualified social worker and probation officer. In 1999 she created the Freedom Programme for survivors of domestic abuse to women

Freedoms Flowers is a book about the effects of domestic abuse on children. In 2008 she published 'Living with the Dominator' a book about male violence to women.

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Effects of domestic violence on children, result from witnessing domestic violence in a home where one of their parents are abusing the other parent, plays a tremendous role on the well-being and developmental growth of children witnessing the violen.

Effects of domestic violence on children, result from witnessing domestic violence in a home where one of their parents are abusing the other parent, plays a tremendous role on the well-being and developmental growth of children witnessing the violence. In 2009 in the Philippines, it was estimated that as many as 7 to 14 million children were exposed to domestic violence with about . million children exposed to domestic violence in their homes every year.

Session 4 is about the ‘Effects of Domestic Abuse on Children’.

We provide information, not therapy. Session 4 is about the ‘Effects of Domestic Abuse on Children’. It is repeated in session 8. Facilitators who only want to run this once can shorten the programme to 11 weeks.

Domestic Abuse has effected many women including myself. Pat Craven was a Probation Officer Who ran courses for male 'perpetrators’ of violence against women and children. For two years She sat among groups of men who had injured, raped or killed their victims. She realized that abusive men use a range of tactics to control women.

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Freedoms Flowers is a book about the effects of domestic abuse on children. It is composed of firsthand accounts from these children and their mothers. Some of the children write as adults from memory and some are male. The youngest contributor is eight years old. Their stories describe not only the abuse from the perpetrators but the dreadful collusion from the so called professionals who should have been protecting the victims instead of worsening the effects of the abuse. This book should be read by every teacher, social worker, solicitor, judge and member of the medical profession who comes in to contact with any aspect of domestic abuse. It should be read by every woman who is staying with an abuser for the sake of the children. Every woman whose children wet the bed, throw tantrums and attack other children should read this. Every woman whose children have been taken into care should also read this. The book also sends a strong message about hope. The contributors describe how their lives were saved when they attended the Freedom Programme. They did not need therapy or threats to save their children from abuse. They only needed information to enable them to make informed decisions. Knowledge is power!

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