Designed for medium to high risk offenders, the Adult Domestic Violence curriculum uses a unique, interactive model to allow participants to explore why they use violence to try to solve problems. They practice the skills necessary to cope with interpersonal problems in a nonviolent manner. Participants will learn that problems that they think are solved with violence are never permanently solved, and individuals will make a commitment never to use violence in their relationships.

The Adult Domestic Violence workbook is available in English.

Approximate Length
26 hours

Learning Objectives

  • Accept responsibility for actions.
  • Learn why violence is used to try to solve problems.
  • Understand how attitude affects behavior.
  • Gain better self-control.
  • Understand the process necessary to change behavior.
  • Make a commitment never to use violence in relationships with others.
  • Utilize the Personal Awareness Journal™.

This curriculum includes Cog Talk™, a free reference guide that divides each curriculum into two-hour sessions, provides specific homework assignments and additional open-ended questions to continue curriculum-specific conversation outside of the group setting.

View a sample component from the Adult Domestic Violence workbook.