Welcome to this Friday Afternoon presentation. This afternoon, Tod-Augusta Scott, from Nova Scotia Canada, shares his work in relation to narrative conversations with men who have engaged in violence against their partners. Below you will also find links to an interview with Tod, and further references and websites. We hope you will join the discussion forum on this important area of work.
Further reading (free to download)
Augusta-Scott.T. (2006). Talking With Men Who Have Used Violence in Intimate Relationships: An Interview with Tod Augusta-Scott, pp 23-30. International Journal of Narrative Therapy and Community Work, no. 4, 2006 Australia: Dulwich Centre Publications.
Augusta-Scott, T. (2003) Dichotomies in the power and control story: Exploring multiple stories about men who choose abuse in intimate relationships. In Responding to violence: A collection of papers relating to child sexual abuse and violence in intimate relationships, pp.204-224. Adelaide: Dulwich Centre Publications.
Augusta-Scott, T. (2009). A Narrative Therapy approach to conversations with men about perpetrating abuse In Peter Lehmann and Catherine Simmons (eds). Strengths Based Batterers Intervention: A New Paradigm in Ending Family Violence . New York: Springer Press.
Augusta-Scott, T. (2009). Power, control and beyond: An interview with Tod Augusta-Scott and a client who perpetrated sexual abuse by Scot Cooper. Journal of Systemic Therapies, Vol. 28. No. 2, 90-101
Augusta-Scott, T. (2008). Narrative Therapy: A Group Manual for men who have perpetrated abuse: Facilitators Manual, Participants Manual. Truro: Bridges Institute. (also available in French).
Augusta-Scott, T. (2007) Letters from prison: Re-authoring identity with men who have perpetrated sexual violence. In Brown, C. & Augusta-Scott, T. (eds) Narrative therapy: Making meaning, making lives, pp.251-268. California: Sage Publications.
Augusta-Scott, T. & Dankwort, J. (2002) Group work with partner abuse: Lessons from constructivist and educational approaches. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, vol. 17, no. 7:783-805.
Brown, C. & Augusta-Scott, T. (eds) (2007) Narrative therapy: Making meaning, making lives. California: Sage Publications.