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Waking Up To Violence DVD and Facilitator's Guide

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Many families wake up to a violent home every day of their lives. As a society, we need to be aware that escalating violence is occurring in thousands of families. Men who use violence need to wake up to the fact that someone else can’t cause their violent behaviour; it is their choice and their responsibility.“Waking Up to Violence” powerfully depicts men defending, rationalizing and denying their violence. Dramatic scenes show common themes and excuses men use to avoid accepting responsibility such as job stress, alcohol, their partner, the “system”, their rights, culture, or history. Violence is a crime and there is no excuse. This video shows men beginning to face the impact their violence has on the lives of their partners and children. Following each dramatic segment, Dale Trimble, a therapist who has over 25 years experience working with men in the field of family violence prevention, shows how taking full responsibility for violent behaviour is the essential first step towards ending it. Clarity and unflinching directness are used to place the responsibility for the violence where it belongs, with the one who has chosen to use it. As Dale points out in this program: “You can’t stop something until you admit that you’re doing it.” (58 min)

Category: Trauma
Subcategory: Domestic Violence/Abuse/Rape
Series: Trauma

ISBN: 9780978105112
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