ii) Materials for men who have used violence themselves [NEW]

Batterers Anonymous. (1984). Self-Help Counselling for Men Who Batter Women. San Bernardino, CA: Batterers Anonymous.

Eldridge, Hilary. (1997). Maintaining Change: A Personal Relapse Prevention Manual for Adult Male Perpetrators of Child Sexual Abuse. Sage.

Frances, Ruth. (ed.). (1994). Mirrors, Windows and Doors: A Self-Help Book for Men About Violence and Abuse in the Home. Clifton Hill, VIC: Victorian Network for the Prevention of Male Family Violence, and Melton Community Health Centre.

Gondolf, Edward, and David Russell. (1987). Man to Man: A Guide for Men in Abusive Relationships. Bradenton, FL: Human Services Institute Press.

Jenkins, A. (2009). Becoming ethical: A parallel, political journey with men who have abused. Russell House Publishing.

Johnson, Scott Allen. (1992). Man-To-Man: When Your Partner Says NO. Orwell, VT: Safer Society Press.

Laming, Chris, and Michael Fontana. (2015). Family Safety: A Toolkit for Men. Melbourne: OCLC, Monash University.

Morin, J. W. (2008). Road to Freedom: A comprehensive competency-based workbook for sexual offenders in treatment. Wood N Barnes.

Sonkin, Daniel, and Michael Murphy. (1989). Learning to Live Without Violence: A Handbook for Men. Volcano, CA: Volcano Press (with Audiotapes).