think through working with family violence or families in crisis, choose two of the below questions to answer in addition to answering the last question below:
How can therapists balance a relativistic world view with values about human safety and the right to self-determination and protection?
When is the clinical utility of neutrality limited or counterproductive?
When are convictions essential to the change process?
How does one confront a batterer about his destructive behavior without condemning him?
How can therapists employ their values to therapeutic advantage while maintaining a caring and respectful connection with family members who are struggling with the trauma of violence?