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Susan Hanks

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Family-and-Violence-Institute

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Family and Violence Institute

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thelittlevoiceproject.org

Dr. Susan Hanks
Susan is the Director of Family and Violence Institute in Alameda, CA. She Co-authored a 1987 study on the Assessment and Treatment of the Child Witness of Marital Violence. She was also a consultant for the film No Safe Place: Violence Against Women.


advancedbio-treatment.com

The Public Broadcasting System Presents - No Safe Place: An in depth interview with Susan Hanks, Ph.D and Director of the Family and Violence Institute on the No Safe Place program, with insights into the psychology of abusers and victims.
She details how the program helps stop the violence as well as how members of society can help.


advancedbio-treatment.com

The Public Broadcasting System Presents - No Safe Place: An in depth interview with Susan Hanks, Ph.D and Director of the Family and Violence Institute on the No Safe Place program, with insights into the psychology of abusers and victims.
She details how the program helps stop the violence as well as how members of society can help.


www.girlfriendshealthguide.com

According to Dr. Susan Hanks, Director of the Family and Violence Institute in Alameda, California, men batter because of internal psychological struggles.
Usually, men who batter are seeking a sense of power and control over their partners or their own lives, or because they are tremendously dependent on the woman and are threatened by any moves on her part toward independence.


www.dvmen.org [cached]

(p. 177) To support this claim she uses Sommer's study of four women and a telephone interview with Susan Hanks, Director of the Family Violence Institute at the California School of Professional Psychology (11/26/95).
Yet again her supporting evidence comes from one telephone interview with Susan Hanks. What empirical evidence does she really provide to support these claims, or are they opinions from a few clinicians and clinical samples?


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