Domestic Violence

Psychiatric, CareIndividual, TherapyCouple, TherapyFamily, Therapy, Teen (13 and older) Therapy

Domestic violence, also known as intimate partner violence, refers to a pattern of abusive behaviors used by one person in a relationship to gain power and control over another person. It involves physical, sexual, emotional, or psychological abuse within the context of an intimate or familial relationship. Domestic violence can occur between married or unmarried couples, heterosexual or same-sex partners, and can affect individuals of any gender, age, or background.

Domestic violence therapy, also known as domestic violence counseling or batterer intervention programs, is a specialized form of therapy that focuses on addressing the patterns of abusive behavior and promoting accountability and change for individuals who have engaged in domestic violence. It can also provide support and healing for victims of domestic violence who may be experiencing the psychological and emotional effects of the abuse.