DAPHNE PROGRAM 2004-2008 JLS/2007/DAP-1/261/WY. FILIO-PARENTAL VIOLENCE. Children who assault their parents II »Last Results

Filio-parental violence-children who assault their parents II. From December 24 of 2008 to December 23 of 2009.

When we talk about domestic or intra-family violence, we immediately think about violence suffered by the children and perpetrated by one of the parents. However, in recent years, cases of physical or psychological violence in which the victims are the mother/father, and the perpetrators the children, are occurring very frequently.

As a result of our previous research (Children who assault their parents I), we could attest the increasing number of these cases, and identify some of the causes for the emergence of such behaviors. After this analysis, we developed a Best Practices Guide that includes preventive measures at three different levels (primary, secondary and tertiary).
The objectives for 2008/2009 are the adaptation of the obtained material, the application of the Best Practices in the intervention with families in which such domestic violence behaviors occur, as well as the achievement of a comprehensive intervention program against filio-parental violence.

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Filio-parental Violence:
Children who assault their parents II.

When we talk about domestic or intra-family violence, we immediately think about violence suffered by the children and perpetrated by one of the parents. However, in recent years, cases of physical or psychological violence in which the victims are the mother/father, and the perpetrators the children, are occurring very frequently. The qualitative and quantitative increase of cases detected and seized from the different systems of child and family care (health, education, social welfare, juvenile justice), requires a study of the profiles and the relationship dynamics of the families in which such ill-treatment occurs, in order to propose the design of effective intervention programs.




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