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Reclaiming the Soul of Relationship         Intimate Partner Relationship and the TranspersonalOftentimes have I heard you...
Statement of Research Problem andQuestionWhat role does intervention as it exists now play in stoppingdomestic violence?Wh...
Literature DomainsThere are three core areas of literature contributing to this work:      Intimate Partner Violence      ...
IntentionCritical evaluation of current theory driving interventionIdentify alternative or under-represented perspectivesB...
Research MethodologyThe theoretical framework used in this dissertation embracedpractices related to:        Critical Herm...
Defining the FieldThere are four primary sections to this work:     Unpacking Relationship Violence Research: Takes a criti...
Unpacking Relationship Violence ResearchThis section looks at three key factors of IPV research:    The Violent Act    The...
(re)Modeling Relationship Violence    Examines at the following phenomena:
(re)Modeling Relationship Violence      Examines at the following phenomena:Coercive andexpressive control
(re)Modeling Relationship Violence      Examines at the following phenomena:Coercive andexpressive controlTypology of IPV
(re)Modeling Relationship Violence      Examines at the following phenomena:Coercive andexpressive controlTypology of IPVR...
(re)Modeling Relationship Violence      Examines at the following phenomena:Coercive andexpressive controlTypology of IPVR...
(re)Modeling Relationship Violence      Examines at the following phenomena:Coercive and                     Regulating fa...
(re)Modeling Relationship Violence      Examines at the following phenomena:Coercive and                     Regulating fa...
(re)Modeling Relationship Violence      Examines at the following phenomena:Coercive and                     Regulating fa...
(re)Modeling Relationship Violence      Examines at the following phenomena:Coercive and                     Regulating fa...
(re)Framing the Individual   Assesses perceptions of individuals in the     relationship by critically evaluating:
(re)Framing the Individual    Assesses perceptions of individuals in the      relationship by critically evaluating: The B...
(re)Framing the Individual    Assesses perceptions of individuals in the      relationship by critically evaluating: The B...
(re)Framing the Individual    Assesses perceptions of individuals in the      relationship by critically evaluating: The B...
(re)Framing the Individual    Assesses perceptions of individuals in the      relationship by critically evaluating: The B...
DistressUses the lens of attachment development to restructure IPV        perceptions based on the following factors:
DistressUses the lens of attachment development to restructure IPV        perceptions based on the following factors:  Phe...
DistressUses the lens of attachment development to restructure IPV        perceptions based on the following factors:  Phe...
DistressUses the lens of attachment development to restructure IPV        perceptions based on the following factors:  Phe...
DistressUses the lens of attachment development to restructure IPV        perceptions based on the following factors:  Phe...
DistressUses the lens of attachment development to restructure IPV        perceptions based on the following factors:  Phe...
Transpersonal ExplorationThis section applies a depth psychological and transpersonalframework to the IPV dialectic by inv...
Transpersonal ExplorationThis section applies a depth psychological and transpersonalframework to the IPV dialectic by inv...
Transpersonal ExplorationThis section applies a depth psychological and transpersonalframework to the IPV dialectic by inv...
Transpersonal ExplorationThis section applies a depth psychological and transpersonalframework to the IPV dialectic by inv...
Transpersonal ExplorationThis section applies a depth psychological and transpersonalframework to the IPV dialectic by inv...
Transpersonal ExplorationThis section applies a depth psychological and transpersonalframework to the IPV dialectic by inv...
Transpersonal ExplorationThis section applies a depth psychological and transpersonalframework to the IPV dialectic by inv...
Transpersonal ExplorationThis section applies a depth psychological and transpersonalframework to the IPV dialectic by inv...
(re)Imagining InterventionEvolution and Failures of IPV Systems: A critical evaluation ofexisting IPV interventionsWhere t...
ConclusionCurrent IPV systems are limited in effectiveness due to over-simplified theoretical models upon which they are ba...
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  1. 1. Reclaiming the Soul of Relationship Intimate Partner Relationship and the TranspersonalOftentimes have I heard you speak of one who commits a wrong as though he were not one of you, but a stranger unto you and an intruder upon your world. But I say that even as the holy and the righteous cannot rise beyond the highest which is in each one of you, So the wicked and the weak cannot fall lower than the lowest which is in you also.And as a single leaf turns not yellow but with the silent knowledge of the whole tree, So the wrong-doer cannot do wrong without the hidden will of you all. Like a procession you walk together towards your god-self. You are the way and the wayfarers. Kahlil Gibran: The Prophet—On Crime and Punishment
  2. 2. Statement of Research Problem andQuestionWhat role does intervention as it exists now play in stoppingdomestic violence?What other possibilities are relevant to furthering progresstoward the aim of ending domestic violence in communities?How could alternative perspectives on domestic violence thatincorporate depth psychologically influenced theories inform orinfluence our approaches to domestic violence interventions?
  3. 3. Literature DomainsThere are three core areas of literature contributing to this work: Intimate Partner Violence !"#$%&()*"+$,($) -,&#.&$)/.0&,$0) Attachment Development *"+$,($) !"#$%&"#$%&(! 0(./.1(%/!%$"! )#*+,&*!-.",/! 2$+,34,3*.$%/! Depth Psychology 9,:! ! 2$+,38,$+.$ -.",/*! *! 10.,%2$0%",.+3)! 7&&.(4#$,&)This dissertation explores the 2$+,3*567,(+8,! !$2&4) -.",/*! !$8$+"2#$,&) /%5(4"+"65)intersection of these three fieldsof inquiry. !
  4. 4. IntentionCritical evaluation of current theory driving interventionIdentify alternative or under-represented perspectivesBroaden conventional theoretical perspectivesRe-imagine intervention and intervention programs
  5. 5. Research MethodologyThe theoretical framework used in this dissertation embracedpractices related to: Critical Hermeneutics Depth Psychology
  6. 6. Defining the FieldThere are four primary sections to this work: Unpacking Relationship Violence Research: Takes a critical look at current IPV research. (re)Modeling Relationship Violence: Presents alternative viewpoints composed of underrepresented models. (re)Framing the Individual: Suggests new ways of understanding individuals involved in violent relationships. (re)Imagining Intervention: Posits modifications to prevention and intervention modalities based on the research.
  7. 7. Unpacking Relationship Violence ResearchThis section looks at three key factors of IPV research: The Violent Act The Context of Violent Acts Qualities of Relatedness in Intimate Partnerships
  8. 8. (re)Modeling Relationship Violence Examines at the following phenomena:
  9. 9. (re)Modeling Relationship Violence Examines at the following phenomena:Coercive andexpressive control
  10. 10. (re)Modeling Relationship Violence Examines at the following phenomena:Coercive andexpressive controlTypology of IPV
  11. 11. (re)Modeling Relationship Violence Examines at the following phenomena:Coercive andexpressive controlTypology of IPVReciprocal aggression
  12. 12. (re)Modeling Relationship Violence Examines at the following phenomena:Coercive andexpressive controlTypology of IPVReciprocal aggressionEscalation
  13. 13. (re)Modeling Relationship Violence Examines at the following phenomena:Coercive and Regulating factorsexpressive controlTypology of IPVReciprocal aggressionEscalation
  14. 14. (re)Modeling Relationship Violence Examines at the following phenomena:Coercive and Regulating factorsexpressive control The “Red Line”Typology of IPVReciprocal aggressionEscalation
  15. 15. (re)Modeling Relationship Violence Examines at the following phenomena:Coercive and Regulating factorsexpressive control The “Red Line”Typology of IPV Attitudes and beliefsReciprocal aggressionEscalation
  16. 16. (re)Modeling Relationship Violence Examines at the following phenomena:Coercive and Regulating factorsexpressive control The “Red Line”Typology of IPV Attitudes and beliefsReciprocal aggression Transmission throughEscalation generations
  17. 17. (re)Framing the Individual Assesses perceptions of individuals in the relationship by critically evaluating:
  18. 18. (re)Framing the Individual Assesses perceptions of individuals in the relationship by critically evaluating: The Batterer
  19. 19. (re)Framing the Individual Assesses perceptions of individuals in the relationship by critically evaluating: The Batterer Evil
  20. 20. (re)Framing the Individual Assesses perceptions of individuals in the relationship by critically evaluating: The Batterer Evil Vilification
  21. 21. (re)Framing the Individual Assesses perceptions of individuals in the relationship by critically evaluating: The Batterer Evil Vilification Typology of the “Batterer”
  22. 22. DistressUses the lens of attachment development to restructure IPV perceptions based on the following factors:
  23. 23. DistressUses the lens of attachment development to restructure IPV perceptions based on the following factors: Phenomenology of IPV
  24. 24. DistressUses the lens of attachment development to restructure IPV perceptions based on the following factors: Phenomenology of IPV Risk factors and predictors
  25. 25. DistressUses the lens of attachment development to restructure IPV perceptions based on the following factors: Phenomenology of IPV Risk factors and predictors The damaged Self
  26. 26. DistressUses the lens of attachment development to restructure IPV perceptions based on the following factors: Phenomenology of IPV Risk factors and predictors The damaged Self Relational attachment
  27. 27. DistressUses the lens of attachment development to restructure IPV perceptions based on the following factors: Phenomenology of IPV Risk factors and predictors The damaged Self Relational attachment Affect regulation: the impelling and inhibition of aggression
  28. 28. Transpersonal ExplorationThis section applies a depth psychological and transpersonalframework to the IPV dialectic by investigating the following:
  29. 29. Transpersonal ExplorationThis section applies a depth psychological and transpersonalframework to the IPV dialectic by investigating the following: Inter-subjectivity
  30. 30. Transpersonal ExplorationThis section applies a depth psychological and transpersonalframework to the IPV dialectic by investigating the following: Inter-subjectivity Relationship as a Dyadic and Dynamic Transactional System
  31. 31. Transpersonal ExplorationThis section applies a depth psychological and transpersonalframework to the IPV dialectic by investigating the following: Inter-subjectivity Relationship as a Dyadic and Dynamic Transactional System Ecological-Transactional Systems
  32. 32. Transpersonal ExplorationThis section applies a depth psychological and transpersonalframework to the IPV dialectic by investigating the following: Inter-subjectivity Relationship as a Dyadic and Dynamic Transactional System Ecological-Transactional Systems Dialogism: language, perception, imitation, and identity
  33. 33. Transpersonal ExplorationThis section applies a depth psychological and transpersonalframework to the IPV dialectic by investigating the following: Inter-subjectivity Relationship as a Dyadic and Dynamic Transactional System Ecological-Transactional Systems Dialogism: language, perception, imitation, and identity The Isolated Individual
  34. 34. Transpersonal ExplorationThis section applies a depth psychological and transpersonalframework to the IPV dialectic by investigating the following: Inter-subjectivity Relationship as a Dyadic and Dynamic Transactional System Ecological-Transactional Systems Dialogism: language, perception, imitation, and identity The Isolated Individual Alterity
  35. 35. Transpersonal ExplorationThis section applies a depth psychological and transpersonalframework to the IPV dialectic by investigating the following: Inter-subjectivity Relationship as a Dyadic and Dynamic Transactional System Ecological-Transactional Systems Dialogism: language, perception, imitation, and identity The Isolated Individual Alterity Emergence of Relationship Violence
  36. 36. (re)Imagining InterventionEvolution and Failures of IPV Systems: A critical evaluation ofexisting IPV interventionsWhere the Rubber Meets the Road: Suggests modalityrevisions to current IPV programs based on findings
  37. 37. ConclusionCurrent IPV systems are limited in effectiveness due to over-simplified theoretical models upon which they are basedA multi-dimensional approach to the phenomena that are IPVenhances possible responses and provides alternativetrajectories for prevention and intervention

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