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Domestic Violence Counseling & Education

Emotional and Domestic Abuse Counseling

 

Domestic and Emotional Abuse Counseling and EducationFor those seeking domestic violence counseling, Crossroads Recovery offers its professional services.

 

This 40-week program takes an offender through various stages of education and self-reflection to help hone in on the causes of prior incidents with the ultimate goal of ensuring no repeat offenses. Legal courts in the State of Ohio do not take domestic violence lightly, and that is why we will do our best to suit you with the proper resources to keep physical confrontations from surfacing again.

 

Our domestic violence counseling service is also referred to as a Batterers’ Intervention Program (BIP). We accept both court-ordered offenders and self-referrals. If you believe that you may be exhibiting signs of domestic abuse, set up an assessment appointment and we will help you determine which route to take next.

 

This counseling and education service is provided for males only.

 

The Duluth Model

 

With insight from the Duluth Model, Crossroads looks to prevent any and all future instances of domestic abuse.

 

The model, established in the 1980s, takes aim at defeating instances of partner and family violence through time-proven tactics. This approach to ending domestic battery functions by taking the blame off the victim, educating offenders of related penalties and identifying problematic behavioral patterns.

 

Signs and Symptoms of Domestic Violence

 

  • Continual use of insults or negative name calling
  • Extreme acts of jealousy and possessiveness
  • Physically threatening acts, such as hitting, shoving or kicking
  • Blaming of the victim after a violent outburst
  • Habitual insulting of a partner’s friends and family
  • Using a weapon to coerce or threaten a partner

 

These are just some of the signs surrounding domestic abuse. Crossroads specializes in identifying all problematic behavioral patterns and assessing your individual circumstance. These symptoms are according to the Mayo Clinic.

 

We, at Crossroads, want to see you pursue your brightest future. Our primary objective is to keep you safe, out of trouble and on a wholesome road to recovery.

 

We can help make this easier. Call us to get started.


 

At Crossroads, we are here to help you. We care. We listen. We understand. We will answer any questions about our services and the easy scheduling process to enroll in our programs. Call us to schedule an assessment or to quickly sign up for a program at 614-445-0352.

 

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