Domestic Violence Treatment for Women: Step by Step / Edition 1

Domestic Violence Treatment for Women: Step by Step / Edition 1

by Ellen L. Bowen
     
 

ISBN-10: 0789038110

ISBN-13: 9780789038111

Pub. Date: 11/18/2008

Publisher: Taylor & Francis

This drugged-out, blood-soaked caper flick directed by Pulp Fiction screenwriter Roger Avary stars {|Eric Stoltz|} as an American safecracker who travels to Paris to help an old friend rob a bank. Don't expect Swiss-watch precision here. This ragtag team of felons may have big dreams, but they aren't particularly bright: They spend…  See more details below

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This drugged-out, blood-soaked caper flick directed by Pulp Fiction screenwriter Roger Avary stars {|Eric Stoltz|} as an American safecracker who travels to Paris to help an old friend rob a bank. Don't expect Swiss-watch precision here. This ragtag team of felons may have big dreams, but they aren't particularly bright: They spend the night before a big Bastille Day heist pumping one another full of as many drugs as they can get their hands on during a whirlwind tour of underground Paris nightlife. The exceedingly scruffy {|Jean-Hugues Anglade|} plays the team's ringleader, a Frenchman with a death wish, and Stoltz is suitably dazed throughout, never quite willing to face what he's gotten himself into. The ethereal {|Julie Delpy|} costars as the eponymous Zoe, a hooker Stoltz meets on his first night in Paris. The influence of {|Quentin Tarantino|}, who's credited as one of the film's executive producers is very much in evidence; violent, hip, and hyperkinetic, Killing Zoe is tailor-made for Tarantino fans.

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Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780789038111
Publisher:
Taylor & Francis
Publication date:
11/18/2008
Pages:
230
Sales rank:
1,394,768
Product dimensions:
5.98(w) x 8.82(h) x 0.52(d)

Table of Contents

Part I: Theory. Understanding Domestic Violence. Theoretical Foundations for Treatment. Effective Treatment. Diagnostic Issues and Categories. Practice Issues, Cultural Competence, Ethical Considerations. Use of this Therapy with Other Groups. Part II: Practice. Before Group: Setting the Stage for Change to Occur. Record Keeping and Administration Forms. Facilitating the Group: Getting Started. Using Binder Handouts to Facilitate Growth and Change. Appendices.

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