QUT is conducting research into treatment interventions for men who are overly controlling or who lose control and become aggressive. We have developed a 12-week group treatment program. We are providing this program at no cost to people who would like to improve their relationship through participating in this new research.
NB This research is being conducted through QUT and is independent of the services offered by Misso Psychology & Consulting. Research participants that may require further counselling support will be referred to other independent providers.
The program helps participants to improve their thinking and behaviour with the aim of improving the quality of their relationships. The program involves participating in a 12-week group treatment program during which participants are offered the opportunity to discuss their behaviours within a personally supportive context, and to engage in discussion aimed at enhancing thinking styles and self-control.
The program is for men and women who are involved in an intimate relationship and where aggression and abuse is occurring.
Men who identify as being controlling or aggressive in their intimate relationships will attend the 12-week program. The men’s female partners are also invited to be a part of the program and will participate in information sharing. Issues around safety will be prioritised. The program will be evaluated for research purposes and is provided at no cost to participants.
Please call 3342 1838 and we will answer any questions you might have. We will provide you with more information on the research and the group program so you can make an informed decision about participating.
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