“They are hyperagitated, aggressive, assertive.” To curb that cyclical violence, Pamela Krasner, LCSW, director of the children’s program at Sanctuary for Families, argues the best treatment is early intervention.“You’re trying to prevent the cycle from repeating,” Krasner says, “and you’re getting in with the case right after the abuses happen.Nick threatened to drive the car into the water as the pair traveled along a long two-lane bridge.
“We are going to talk it out.” Luis recalled another member of the group took the boyfriend’s side and tried to justify the violence.
The group then debated over whether the boyfriend should resort to violence, even in an emergency situation.
Case discussions like this are a critical part of the teen group meeting, Batista says.
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