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Every 3 minutes a woman I raped! Every 15 seconds a woman is battered! Every 6 hours a woman is battered to death! Domestic Violence in America is a uniquely interesting book. It presents an inter-disciplinary approach to the elimination of spousal battery. The thesis of this volume purports that the stopping of domestic violence in our society is contingent on collaborative efforts among mental health professionals, medical practitioners, law enforcement, the judiciary, academia, and, above all, the family. The author has masterfully woven his argument in a colorful quilt of multi-disciplinary cooperation unprecedented in the medical and social sciences, but convincingly essential if our women and children are to be safe from family violence.
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Dr. V. Michael McKenzie is a practicing psychologist, and Professor of Psychology. He holds an A.A. and a B.A. from the City University of New York; a M.Ed. and C.A.S. from Harvard University; a M.S.Sc. and Ph.D. from Syracuse University. He was a Teaching Fellow in Psychology at Harvard, and a Psychology Instructor at Syracuse University. He has published numerous scholarly articles in professional journals, and was Consulting Editor for the Ophthalmology Management Magazine. Dr. McKenzie was Clinical Director of the Medical Services Department's EAP at the New York City Transit Authority from 1986 through 1992. The author served in the U.S. Army during the Vietnam War. In August of 1994, Florida Governor Lawton Chiles appointed Dr. McKenzie to the Commission on Minimum Standards for Batterers' Treatment. This Commission was established by the Florida State Legislature, and charged with developing treatment standards for spousal batterers in the State of Florida.Review:
"Comprehensive, insightful, pragmatic, and informative. Domestic Violence in America empowers women, and informs physicians how to be vigilant in identifying and diagnosing spousal battery injuries in victims who become their patients." -- Beverly A. Belle, M.D., M.P.H., Obstetrics & Gynecology, Harlem Hospital, New York City
"Domestic Violence in America is a practical, informative, comprehensive and easy to read synthesis of what is known about and how to approach one of the searing problems of our time." -- Chester M. Pierce, M.D., Sc.D., Professor of Psychiatry and Education, Harvard University, Cambridge, Mass.
"Eminently readable. An innovative breakthrough in multi-disciplinary domestic violence assessment, intervention, and family systems treatment. An insightful and wide-ranging compendium of treatment modalities that augment the continuum of care capable of delivering favorable outcome." -- Janet DiResta-Fox, M.A., C.R.C., Psychotherapist, Circles of Care, Inc., Florida
"Helping professionals in medicine, law, nursing, teaching, social work, rehabilitation counseling; students of contemporary society, victims and perpetrators of domestic violence will find this book most informative and helpful." -- William S. Hutchison, Jr., MSW, Ph.D., Professor of Social Work, University of South Florida
"Over the years I have read many books about domestic violence, but this is the first I have seen that has value for all the disciplines that interface with the issue. It is clearly written, easily understood and well documented. Further, Domestic Violence in America has some new intervention methods in dealing with victims and perpetrators." -- Penny Morrill, RN, Executive Director, Sunrise Domestic Violence Center, Dade City, Florida
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