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CURRICULUM VITAE

L Kevin Hamberger PhD
Professor
Department of Family Medicine
Division of Residency

OFFICE ADDRESS:
St Joseph Family Medicine Program
2400 W Villard Ave
Milwaukee, WI 53209

EDUCATION:
08/1971 - 05/1973 University of Wisconsin-Fond du Lac, Fond du Lac, WI
08/1973 - 12/1975 BS, University of Wisconsin, Oshkosh, WI
09/1976 - 05/1979 MA, University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, AR
06/1979 - 08/1982 PhD, University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, AR

POSTGRADUATE TRAINING AND FELLOWSHIP APPOINTMENTS:
08/1981 - 08/1982 Clinical Psychology Intern, Wood Veterans Administration Medical, Milwaukee, WI

FACULTY APPOINTMENTS:
09/1982 - 09/1983 Clinical Instructor, Department of Family Medicine, Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI
10/1982 - 05/1984 Adjunct Assistant Professor, Allied Health, University of Wisconsin-Parkside, Kenosha, WI
05/1983 - 07/1989 Assistant Professor, Department of Family Medicine, Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI
05/1985 - 07/1989 Clinical Assistant Professor of Science, University of Wisconsin-Parkside, Kenosha, WI
07/1989 - 06/1994 Associate Professor of Clinical Family Medicine, Department of Family Medicine, Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI
07/1994 - Present Professor of Family and Community Medicine, Department of Family and Community Medicine, Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI

EDUCATIONAL ADMINISTRATIVE APPOINTMENTS:
1982 - 2009 Director of Behavioral Science and Mental Health Services, St. Catherine’s Family Practice Residency Program, Southeastern Family Practice Residency Program, Racine Family Medicine Residency Program, Racine, WI
1987 - 1988 Acting Co-Director, Southeastern Family Practice Residency Program, Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI
1993 Interim Co-Director, St. Catherine's Family Practice Residency Program, Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI
1993 - 1997 Associate Program Director, St. Catherine's Family Practice Residency Program, Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI
1997 - 2009 Associate Program Director, Racine Family Practice Residency Program, Racine, WI

RESEARCH ADMINISTRATIVE APPOINTMENTS:
1984 - 1994 Research Coordinator, Southeastern Family Practice Residency Training Program

HOSPITAL STAFF PRIVILEGES:
06/1999 - 07/2009 All Saints Healthcare, 3801 Spring Street, Racine, WI 53405

SPECIALTY BOARDS AND CERTIFICATION:
Licensure
Number Issue DateExpiration
Wisconsin License
01/14/1983
09/30/2011
 

AWARDS AND HONORS:
05/1972 - Present Scholar Athlete, University of Wisconsin Center-Fond du Lac
04/1974 - Present Psi Chi National Honor Society in Psychology
05/1974 - Present Who's Who Among American College and University Students
05/1974 - Present Delta Tau Kappa International Honor Society for the Social Sciences
12/1975 - Present B.S. Summa Cum Laude, University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh
12/1983 - Present Writer of the Year, Department of Family Medicine, Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
1985 - 1992 Who's Who Among Human Service Professionals
1987 - Present Who's Who in the Midwest
1988 - 1991 Who's Who of Emerging Leaders in America
1992 - Present Who's Who in American Education
04/1993 - Present Society of Teachers of Family Medicine Research Paper Award, Honorable Mention
06/1995 - Present Clinical Researcher of the Year, Department of Family and Community Medicine, Medical College of Wisconsin
09/1995 - Present Innovation in Clinical Teaching Award , 16th Behavioral Science Forum
09/1996 - Present Innovative Educational Project Award, Medical College of Wisconsin
06/1997 - Present Community Involvement Recognition Award, Department of Family and Community Medicine, Medical College of Wisconsin
06/1998 - Present Society of Teaching Scholars, Medical College of Wisconsin
06/1999 - Present Published Paper of the Year, Department of Family and Community Medicine, Medical College of Wisconsin
2000 - Present Who’s Who in America
05/2001 - Present Supervisor, Best Student Paper Award, Wisconsin Chapter of the College of Emergency Physicians
08/2001 - Present APA Division of Family Psychology (Division 43) Recognition Award , Substantial Contributions to the Field of Families and Family Violence
06/2002 - Present Clinical Researcher of the Year, Department of Family and Community Medicine, Medical College of Wisconsin
09/2004 - Present Family Violence and Sexual Assault Institute Recognition Award for Leadership
11/2008 - Present Wisconsin Coalition Against Domestic Violence Recognition
06/2009 - Present Clinical Researcher of the Year, Department of Family and Community Medicine, Medical College of Wisconsin
09/2009 - Present Trailblazer in the field of intimate partner violence, 14th International Conference on Violence, Abuse, and Trauma
05/2011 - Present Published paper of the year, Department of Family and Community Medicine, Medical College of Wisconsin
09/2011 - Present Linda Saltzman Memorial Intimate Partner Violence Resarcher Award, 16th International Conference on Violence, Abuse,and Trauma

MEMBERSHIPS IN HONORARY AND PROFESSIONAL SOCIETIES:
01/1984 - Present American Psychological Association (Member)
01/1984 - 2007 Wisconsin Psychological Association (Member)
03/1984 - 2010 Society of Teachers of Family Medicine (Member)
11/1988 - 2006 Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies (Member)
11/1993 - 2006 Association of Psychologists in Academic Health Centers (Member)
04/2001 - Present Wisconsin Batterer Treatment Providers Association (Member)

EDITORSHIPS/EDITORIAL BOARDS/JOURNAL REVIEWS:
Editorship
1988 Guest Case Consultant Journal of Interpersonal Violence
1993 Guest Editor Special Issue Violence and Victims Vol.9 No. 2 "Expanding paradigms for understanding and intervening into partner violence"
1994 - 1995 “Point/Counterpoint” Column, Violence Update, Sage Publications
1997 Guest Editor, Journal of Aggression Maltreatment, and Trauma, Vol. 1 no. 2 "Violence issues for healthcare educators and providers"
2005 Guest Editor,Special Issue Violence & Victims vol. 20, number 3 "Men's and women's use of interpersonal violence
2005 Guest Editor, Specal Issue of Violence and Victims, vol. 20 no. 2, "Men's and women's use of interpersonal violence"
2005 Guest Editor, Special Issue of Clinical Case Studies,vol. 4 no. 2, "Psychologist-physician collaborative health care practice"
2007 - 2008 Column Editor, Trauma Psychology Newsletter – Division 56 of the American Psychological Association
Editorial Board
1988 - 1990 Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology
1991 - 2007 Family Violence and Sexual Assault Bulletin
1994 - Present Journal of Family Violence
1996 - Present Journal of Interpersonal Violence
1997 - 2008 Executive Advisory Board, Maltreatment and Trauma Press, an imprint of the Haworth Press.
1997 - Present Journal of Aggression, Maltreatment and Trauma
1998 - Present Violence and Victims
2006 - Present Victims and Offenders
2008 - Present Psychological Trauma: Theory, Research, Practice, and Policy
Journal Review
Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology
Family Practice
Journal of Trauma and Dissociation
Journal of the American College of Surgeons
Journal of the American Medical Association
Perceptual and Motor Skills
Trauma, Violence, and Abuse
Family Medicine
Teaching and Learning in Medicine
Brooks/Cole Publishing Company
Archives of Family Medicine
Western Journal of Medicine
Violence Against Women
Clinical Psychology: Science and Practice
Journal of Women’s Health
American Journal of Preventive Medicine
Wisconsin Medical Journal
Social Psychiatry and Psychiatric Epidemiology
Clinical Psychology Review
Psychology of Violence
Springer Publishing Company
Journal of Family Practice
Family Systems and Health
Law and Human Behavior
Journal of Women’s Health and Gender-Based Medicine
Aging Health
Family Practice
Journal of Applied Social Psychology
Sex Roles: A Journal of Research
Violence and Victims
Social Science Review
Journal of Family Violence
Criminal Justice and Behavior
Family Medicine Digital Resource Library
Women’s Health Issues
Journal of Family Psychology
Cognitive Therapy and Research
Women and Criminal Justice
American Family Physician
Grant Proposal - Hospital For Sick Children Foundation, Boston
Journal of Interpersonal Violence
Guilford Publications
Family Medicine Digital Resource Library
Patient Care
Aggression and Violent Behavior

LOCAL/REGIONAL APPOINTED LEADERSHIP AND COMMITTEE POSITIONS:
03/1983 - 07/1997 Founding Member, Intervention Project, Kenosha Domestic Abuse
05/1987 - 05/1992 Chairperson and Coordinator, Intervention Project, Kenosha Domestic Abuse
10/1988 - Present Member, Committee on Domestic Violence, Kenosha County Medical Society
10/1991 - 10/1999 Member, Board of Directors, Women's Horizons
11/1991 - 09/1996 Member, Wisconsin Involuntary Services Committee, Wisconsin Psychological Association
01/1992 - 08/1994 Member, Milwaukee Academy of Medicine Committee on Social Issues, Domestic Violence Training
06/1994 - Present Member, Governor's Council on Domestic Abuse
08/1994 - 10/1996 Chair, Treatment Standards of Intervention with Men Who Batter, Governor's Council on Domestic Abuse
10/1995 - 10/1997 President, Board of Directors, Women’s Horizons, Inc
02/1996 - 04/1997 Member, Advisory Committee for the Public Health and Education Committee, Milwaukee Academy of Medicine
04/1996 - 06/1997 Member, Horizon Healthcare Practice Guidelines Committee, Domestic Violence Work Group
11/1996 - Present Chair, Governor's Council on Domestic Abuse Justice Committee
08/1997 - 10/2004 Member, Family Violence Task Force, All Saints Healthcare Systems, Inc
09/1998 - Present Member, State Funding Formula Committee, Domestic Violence Legislative Funding
02/1999 - Present Member, Wisconsin Department of Corrections Committee, Program Evaluation for Batterer Intervention Programming
10/1999 - Present Founding member, Wisconsin Batterer Treatment Provider Association
04/2000 - 04/2001 Chair, Professional Education Committee, Wisconsin Batterer Treatment Provider Association
07/2000 - 08/2007 Member, Racine County Domestic Violence Coalition
04/2001 - 02/2002 Chair-elect, Wisconsin Batterer Treatment Provider Association
04/2002 - 04/2003 Chair, Wisconsin Batterer Treatment Provider Association
12/2003 - 06/2010 Co-Chair, Governor’s Council on Domestic Abuse
10/2006 - 11/2007 Member, Wisconsin Task Force on Firearm Surrender in Domestic Violence Cases
04/2009 - 04/2010 Chair, Wisconsin Batterer Treatment Provider Association
07/2009 - 11/04/2009 Member, Healthiest Wisconsin 2020 Violence and Injury Prevention Focus Area Strategic Team
07/2009 - Present Member, Credentialing and Medical Advisory Committee, Children’s Community Health Plan

NATIONAL ELECTED/APPOINTED LEADERSHIP AND COMMITTEE POSITIONS:
04/1989 - 04/1992 Chair, Steering Committee, Society of Teachers of Family Medicine Task Force on Violence Education
10/1990 - 08/1995 Member, grant awards program review committee, American Academy of Family Physicians Foundation American Academy of Family Physicians
06/1991 - 06/1992 Grant Reviewer, Guggenheim Foundation
07/1991 - Present Member, Special Grant review committee, National Institute of Mental Health
04/1992 - Present Member, Group on Violence Education, Society of Teachers of Family Medicine
07/1992 - Present Member, National Institute of Mental Health Task Force on Domestic Violence
04/1993 - 04/1995 Chair, Violence Education, Society of Teachers of Family Medicine Group
11/12/1993 - 11/14/1993 Chairperson, First National Violence Education Conference, Society of Teachers of Family Medicine
01/1994 - 01/1998 Member, National Institutes of Mental Health Behavioral Science Award for Rapid Transition (B/START) Program Reviewer
11/1994 - Present Chairperson, Second National Violence Education Conference,
07/1996 - Present Member, National Institutes of Health Initial Review Group for Violence Against Women Initiative
09/1997 - Present Member, Department of Defense Invitational Conference on Preventing and Controlling Spouse Abuse
06/1999 - Present Member, National Institute of Justice Review Panel, Basic Research on Violence
11/2002 - Present Member, National Institute of Justice Invitational Workshop on Batterer Intervention
03/2003 - 09/2003 Member, Family Violence Prevention Fund Men’s DV Screening and Prevention Project Advisory Group
08/2003 - Present Member, Department of Defense Invitational Symposium on Violence Prevention Research
09/2003 - 11/2004 Member, Think Tank on Batterer Intervention Provider National Credentialing, Family Violence and Sexual Assault Institute
04/2005 - Present Member, Centers for Disease Control/National Center for Injury Prevention and Control Special Review Panel, New Investigator Awards for Unintentional Injury, Violence Related Injury, Injury Biomechanics, and Acute Injury Care Research
05/2005 - 04/2006 Member, International Expert Consensus Group to Develop Consensus Clinical Guidelines for Family Practitioners Managing Intimate Partner Violence in the Context of the Whole Family, Vic Health Latrobe University
08/2006 - Present Member, Advisory Board, Astraea Productions for the documentary film “Private Violence: The Movement Against Battering in America,” a two-hour documentary
10/2006 - Present Grant reviewer, public policy research University Grants Committee, Research Grants Council, Hong Kong, China
05/2007 - Present Member, Centers for Disease Control/National Center for Injury Prevention and Control Scientific Review Panel, Family and Dyadic Focused Interventions to Prevent Intimate Partner Violence.
04/2008 - Present Member, Review Panel, Centers for Disease Control/National Center for Injury Prevention and Control Scientific
05/2008 - Present Member, Review Panel, Centers for Disease Control/National Center for Injury Prevention and Control Scientific
08/2009 - Present Member, National Judicial Institute on Domestic Violence and Family Violence Prevention Fund Judicial Roundtable on Batterer Accountability and Opportunity for Change
09/2009 - Present Consultant, Marie Stopes International Australia CAN 082 496 to edit and revise Violence Against Women Medical Intervention Service Protocol, National Center for Women’s and Children’s Health, China CDC
01/2010 - 07/2010 Consultant, National Center on Women’s and Children’s Health, China CDC to develop and provide training to healthcare providers on how to discuss domestic violence with their patients

RESEARCH GRANTS/AWARDS/CONTRACTS/PROJECTS:
Active
Non-Peer Review
Title:
Enhancing education in partner violence identification intervention and prevention at The Medical College of Wisconsin
Source:
Wisconsin Office of Justice Assistance
Role:
Co-Principal Investigator
Dates:
10/01/1999 - Present
Direct Funds:
$240,000
 
Prior
Peer Review
Title:
A center for community-based education and prevention of family violence
Source:
Wisconsin AHEC System
Role:
Consultant
Dates:
1992 - 1994
Direct Funds:
$30,000
 
Title:
Collaborative practice for healthcare to the homeless: A continuing project in health professions education in Kenosha
Source:
Wisconsin AHEC System
Role:
Project Coordinator
Dates:
1993 - 1994
Direct Funds:
$20,000
 
Title:
Educating medical students to identify, treat and prevent family violence
Source:
Medical College of Wisconsin Learning Resources Center
Role:
Co-Principal Investigator
Dates:
1993 - 1994
Direct Funds:
$10,000
 
Title:
The Living Free Project: Social Behavioral Medicine Training in Jail Settings
Source:
Wisconsin AHEC System
Role:
Principal Investigator
PI:
Self
Dates:
1996
Direct Funds:
$12,000
 
Title:
Teaching healthcare professionals to identify and help victims of partner violence
Source:
Eastern Wisconsin AHEC System
Role:
Principal Investigator
PI:
Self
Dates:
1998
Direct Funds:
$2,000
 
Title:
Training medical students and Family Practice residents to understand, identify and help victims of partner violence: A community-collaborative approach
Source:
Eastern Wisconsin AHEC System
Role:
Principal Investigator
PI:
Self
Dates:
1999
Direct Funds:
$10,000
 
Title:
OSCE to Test MD Ability in Partner Violence Screening
Source:
Wisconsin Injury Research Center
Role:
Faculty Mentor
Dates:
07/01/2003 - 06/30/2004
Direct Funds:
$15,000
 
Title:
Community-Academic Partners for Elder Abused Intervention and Prevention
Source:
Healthier Wisconsin Partnerships
Role:
Principal Investigator
PI:
Self
Dates:
03/01/2005 - 02/28/2006
Direct Funds:
$24,991
 
Title:
Healthcare Can Change from Within: Developing a Sustainable Model for Intimate Partner Violence Intervention and Prevention
Source:
Healthier Wisconsin Partnerships
Role:
Co-Principal Investigator
Dates:
06/01/2005 - 06/01/2008
Direct Funds:
$450,000
 
Title:
Stop Abuse and Neglect of Elders: Increasing Capacity to Respond: HWPP Impact
Source:
Healthier Wisconsin Partnership Program
Role:
Investigator (5% FTE)
Dates:
07/01/2007 - 06/30/2010
Direct Funds:
$450,000
 
Title:
Rigorous Evaluation of the Healthcare Can Change From Within Model of Intimate Partner Violence Prevention and Intervention in Primary Care Medical Settings.
Source:
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention/Medical College of Wisconsin Injury Research Center
Role:
Principal Investigator
PI:
Self
Dates:
07/01/2007 - 06/30/2010
Direct Funds:
$150,000
 
Non-Peer Review
Title:
Treatment of Domestic Violence Perpetrators
Source:
Kenosha County Department of Social Services
Role:
Principal Investigator
PI:
Self
Dates:
1985 - 1996
Direct Funds:
$105,765
 
Title:
Prevention/Reduction of meal-related heartburn: A placebo-controlled, multiple episode, at-home trial.
Source:
Whitehall Laboratories
Role:
Investigator
PI:
Self
Dates:
1993 - Present
Direct Funds:
$30,000
 
Title:
Treatment outcome in a community-based batterer intervention program
Source:
United Way Venture Grant
Role:
Principal Investigator
PI:
Self
Dates:
1996
Direct Funds:
$3,000
 
Title:
Research on Domestic Violence Screening in Medical and Mental Health Care Settings
Source:
United States Department of Defense Contract
Role:
Principal Investigator
PI:
Self
Dates:
2002
Direct Funds:
$10,000
 

INVITED LECTURES/WORKSHOPS/PRESENTATIONS:
Local
Stress management for teachers, New Berlin School District, New Berlin, WI, 02/1983 - Present
Stress management for teachers, Wauwatosa School District, Wauwatosa, WI, 04/1983 - Present
Stress management workshop for human service providers, The Threshold, West Bend, WI, 09/1983 - Present
Stress management workshop, Wisconsin Jaycees Individual Development College, Marshfield, WI, 10/15/1983 - Present
Assessment and intervention of batterers, Workshop, Family Violence Conference, Wisconsin Department of Health and Social Services, Menomonee Falls, WI, 06/19/1984 - Present
Stress management for school administrators, Racine Unified School District, Summer Workshop for administrators, Racine, WI, 07/31/1984 - Present
Anger management and multiple sclerosis, Multiple Sclerosis Society of Milwaukee, Inc, Milwaukee, WI, 10/06/1984 - 10/12/1984
Stress and stress management: Understanding and coping, University of Wisconsin Business Outreach, Kenosha, WI, 12/05/1984 - Present
Stress management workshop, Johnson Wax Employee, Racine, WI, 04/15/1985 - 04/17/1985
Stress and stress management for human services providers, Racine County Human Services Division of Protective services, Racine, WI, 05/10/1985 - Present
Assessment and treatment for men who batter: Procedures and Issues, Workshop, Department of Health and Social Services Southeastern Regional Office and DCS Training Unit, Racine, WI, 05/24/1985 - Present
Stress management seminar, National Association of Education Buyers/Illinois-Wisconsin Area Group, Lake Geneva, WI, 09/10/1985 - Present
Stress management for teachers, Racine Public School District Inservice, Racine, WI, 02/14/1986 - Present
Educational consultant, clinical psychology internship, Zablocki V.A. Medical Center, Milwaukee, WI, 03/1986 - 05/1986
Recognition and response to spouse abuse, St. Catherine's Hospital, Kenosha, WI, 10/1986 - Present
Clinical psychology in family medicine, University of Wisconsin-Parkside Clinical and Community Psychology Class, Kenosha, WI, 10/27/1987 - Present
Medical College of Wisconsin, Department of Family Medicine-Winter Refresher Course, Milwaukee, WI, 01/22/1988 - Present
Screening and treatment, Breakfast Seminars in Public Management, University of Wisconsin-Parkside, 02/25/1988 - Present
Southeastern Wisconsin Planning Session of the Governor's Task Force on increasing involvement of the family in education, Carthage College, 03/02/1988 - Present
Stress, social support, and wife assault, Chrysler Closing Workshops, University of Wisconsin-Parkside, Kenosha, WI, 03/05/1988 - Present
University of Wisconsin-Parkside, University Roundtable Program, Kenosha, WI, 03/07/1988 - Present
Radio interview on WGTD, "University Roundtable on the Air", 03/11/1988 - Present
Family medicine and psychology, University of Wisconsin-Parkside Survey of Health Professions Class, Kenosha, WI, 04/13/1988 - Present
Assessment and treatment of men who batter, Carthage College Domestic Violence Class, 05/04/1988 - Present
Look out for domestic violence, Department of Family Medicine Grand Rounds, Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI, 08/10/1988 - Present
Heart attack, stress, and coping, Annual Cardiac Rehabilitation Club Reunion, St. Catherine's Hospital, Kenosha, WI, 11/04/1988 - Present
Facts and myths about domestic violence, Inservice, Kenosha School District counselors and school social workers, Kenosha, WI, 04/19/1989 - Present
The psychologist in family medicine, University of Wisconsin - Parkside Survey of Health Professions Class, Kenosha, WI, 08/20/1989 - Present
Radio Interview of WGTD, The Wisconsin Equal Justice Task Force on gender bias related to the Wisconsin mandatory domestic violence arrest law, 01/25/1990 - Present
Effects of the mandatory arrest law on domestic violence perpetrator counseling, Wisconsin Equal Justice Task Force, Kenosha, WI, 01/26/1990 - Present
Domestic violence: A family practitioner's approach, Continuing Education Program, St. Catherine's Hospital, Kenosha, WI, 05/22/1990 - Present
Radio interview on Wisconsin Public Radio, on "The need to train physicians to better identify and treat battered women, 08/22/1990 - Present
Depression in the elderly, SHARE program, St. Catherine's Hospital, Kenosha, WI, 01/15/1991 - Present
Detection and management of spouse abuse, Medical College of Wisconsin, Department of Family Medicine-Winter Refresher Course, Milwaukee, WI, 01/31/1991 - Present
The Men's Group Domestic Violence Counseling Program, Staff in-service at Kenosha Youth Development Services, Kenosha, WI, 03/20/1991 - Present
Domestic violence: What every family physician should know, Family Practice Anniversary CME program, St. Catherine's Hospital, Kenosha, WI, 10/26/1991 - Present
Batterer's programs: Where do they fit in the grand scheme of our work?, Wisconsin Coalition Against Domestic Violence, Stevens Point, WI, 02/20/1992 - Present
Domestic Violence: A family practitioner's approach, Wisconsin State Medical Society meeting educational exhibit, Milwaukee, WI, 04/23/1992 - 04/25/1992
Violence against health care workers-avoidance and management of dangerous situations, Milwaukee Academy of Medicine Conference, Domestic Violence: Identification, treatment, prevention, Milwaukee, WI, 09/19/1992 - Present
What psychologists should know about domestic violence, Workshop presented at the meeting of the Wisconsin Psychological Association, Madison, WI, 11/14/1992 - Present
Domestic violence, Meeting of the Milwaukee Area, Milwaukee, WI, 02/17/1993 - Present
Panelist, Pros and cons of skills training and psychodynamic groups, In working with men who batter: A research and practice update, Health and Human Services Department, University of Wisconsin-Madison, 02/26/1993 - Present
Intimate partner violence and physician interventions: Current state-of-the-art., St. Michael's Hospital Medical Staff Grand Rounds, Milwaukee, WI, 03/04/1993 - Present
Recognition and response to partner violence in clinical practice, Brown County Psychological Association, Green Bay, WI, 03/15/1993 - Present
Domestic (partner) abuse, Bioethics Journal Club, Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI, 03/18/1993 - Present
Domestic Violence Training, Kenosha City Police Training, Kenosha, WI, 05/07/1993 - 05/22/1993
Identifying problems of abuse in clinical practice, Columbia Hospital Medical Staff Meeting, Milwaukee, WI, 06/08/1993 - Present
Understanding the dynamics of domestic violence, Walworth County Sheriff's Department Training Program, Elkhorn, WI, 06/22/1993 - Present
Domestic Violence, Wisconsin State Conference on "Understanding the Issues of Homelessness.", Milwaukee, WI, 08/12/1993 - Present
Guest panelist, Community forum on domestic violence, Kenosha Memorial Hospital, Kenosha, WI, 10/21/1993 - Present
Perpetrators of domestic violence, Walworth County Association for the Prevention of Family Violence, Elkhorn, WI, 11/02/1993 - Present
Proposal to develop educational programs on domestic abuse for mental health professionals, Governor's Council on Domestic Abuse, Madison, WI, 01/12/1994 - Present
Identifying and helping victims of domestic violence, Medical College of Wisconsin, Department of Family and Community Medicine Winter Refresher Course, Milwaukee, WI, 01/28/1994 - Present
Domestic violence training, Kenosha County Sheriff's Department Training Program, Kenosha, WI, 02/25/1994 - 05/20/1994
Training physicians to diagnose and treat family violence, Department of Family and Community Medicine Grand Rounds, Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI, 03/09/1994 - Present
Individual barriers to addressing family violence, Creating our future: Alternatives to violence, Madison, WI, 04/16/1994 - Present
The men's group domestic violence counseling program, Wisconsin Department of Corrections in service Program, Kenosha, WI, 04/22/1994 - Present
Domestic Violence and Men Who Batter, KFIZ Radio Talk Show, Fond du Lac, WI, 07/15/1994 - Present
Managing Your Anger Positively, St. Catherine's Hospital Community Education Program, Kenosha, WI, 07/21/1994 - Present
Lymphoma: Facing Mortality in Young Adulthood, Medical College of Wisconsin Department of Family and Community Medicine Grand Rounds, Milwaukee, WI, 09/14/1994 - Present
Helping Clients with Anger Problems, Inservice presented toSt. Catherine's Hospital Behavioral Services Staff, Kenosha, WI, 10/13/1994 - Present
Assessing Domestic Abuse, Workshop sponsored by Regional Domestic Abuse Services, Inc., Oshkosh, WI, 10/26/1994 - Present
Evaluating Safety of All Family Members, Fifth Annual Statewide Meeting for Counties Implementing the Wisconsin CPS Risk Management System, Green Lake, WI, 11/02/1994 - Present
Men Who Batter Their Partners: Who Are They and What Can Be Done?, Healing a Violent Society: Health Profession Students Take Action Conference, Madison, WI, 02/12/1995 - Present
Domestic Violence Lectures, Columbia Hospital Family Practice Residency Program, Milwaukee, WI, 03/01/1995 - Present
Domestic Violence: Identification, Interventions and Roles of the Health Care Provider, Family Health Plan Spring Conference, Lake Geneva, WI, 05/06/1995 - Present
Domestic Violence Lectures, Columbia Hospital Family, Milwaukee, WI, 05/14/1995 - Present
Domestic Violence: Identification and Intervention, Wisconsin Academy of Family Physicians, Stevens Point, WI, 08/19/1995 - Present
Creating a violence-free work environment, Breaking the silence - Begin the Healing Conference, Kimberly, WI, 10/03/1995 - Present
Men who batter: Who are they and how can they be helped?, Waukesha County Third Annual Conference on Domestic Violence, Waukesha, WI, 10/13/1995 - Present
Domestic Violence, The Milwaukee County Medical Society Alliance, Milwaukee, WI, 10/17/1995 - Present
Physicians and Family Violence, Health Policy Institute, Medical College of Wisconsin, 12/07/1995 - Present
The Violent Marriage, Panel participant at the Wisconsin State Bar Midwinter Convention, Milwaukee, WI, 01/25/1996 - Present
Men who batter: Who are they, and how can they be helped?, Second Annual Ozaukee County Domestic, Mequon, WI, 09/27/1996 - Present
Domestic violence research update, Waukesha County Fourth Annual Conference on Domestic Violence, Waukesha, WI, 10/11/1996 - Present
Domestic violence and the perpetrator, Washington County Medical Society, 11/26/1996 - Present
Men who batter: Who are they and how can they be helped?, Second Kenosha County Domestic Violence Conference, Kenosha, WI, 05/22/1997 - Present
Working with domestically violent men, Second Kenosha County Domestic Violence Conference, Kenosha, WI, 05/22/1997 - Present
Role of batterers’ counseling programs in Coordinated Community Response Team Development Training Conference, Wisconsin, Madison, WI, 05/28/1997 - Present
Treating men who batter: Philosophy, goals and methods, Racine Domestic Violence Task Force, Racine, WI, 12/09/1997 - Present
Treatment in abuse cases, Racine County Conference on Abuse: A Holistic Approach, 03/18/1998 - Present
Teaching family violence to students, residents and practitioners, First Department of Family and Community Medicine Annual Education Forum, 04/08/1998 - Present
Partner violence in primary care, The Women’s Health for Primary Care Physicians Conference, Milwaukee, WI, 09/11/1998 - Present
How offenders control their families, Renz Child Protection Symposium, Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI, 09/29/1998 - Present
Domestic violence: What primary care providers can do, 14th Annual Family Health Plan Family Practice Symposium, 10/09/1998 - Present
Ethical Issues in Domestic Violence, Ethics in Healthcare Psychology Conference, Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI, 10/16/1998 - Present
Health-systems – based interventions with partner violence victims.”, Domestic Violence Conference for Health Care Providers, Manitowoc, WI, 01/14/1999 - Present
Identifying and helping battered victims in primary care settings.”, Department of Family and Community Medicine Winter Refresher Continuing Education Conference, Milwaukee, WI, 01/27/1999 - Present
Working with Men Who Batter, Working with Men Who Batter.”, Milwaukee, WI, 04/06/1999 - Present
Sexual assault, immigration and refugee medicine: Medical and psychosocial aspects, Grand Rounds, Department of Family and Community Medicine, Milwaukee, WI, 05/14/1999 - Present
Planning committee Member, “They Hear, They See, They Hurt: The impact of Domestic Violence on Children in the CHIPS System,”, Madison, WI, 10/18/1999 - 10/19/1999
The process and problem-solving for collaborative community-based research, Department of Family and Community Medicine Research Case Conference Series, Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI, 12/10/1999 - Present
Overview of domestic violence issues, Wisconsin Professional Society on the Abuse of Children “Lunch and Learn” series, Milwaukee, WI, 01/26/2000 - Present
Treatment of Men Who Batter, Safe Start educational program, Racine, WI, 03/21/2000 - Present
Men Who Batter: Characteristics and Treatment Issues, Guest lecture at Carthage College Senior Social Work Seminar, Kenosha, WI, 03/21/2000 - Present
Typologies of Men Who Batter Their Partners, Wisconsin Psychological Association, Madison, WI, 04/06/2000 - Present
Working With Resistive Clients, Wisconsin Batterer Treatment Provider Association Meeting, Wisconsin Rapids, WI, 04/07/2000 - Present
Typologies of Men Who Batter: Theoretical and Clinical Implications, Brown County Domestic Violence Conference, Green Bay, WI, 10/13/2000 - Present
Different Treatment Approaches with Batterers, Brown County Domestic Violence Conference, Green Bay, WI, 10/13/2000 - Present
What makes CCR’s work effectively, Brown County Domestic Violence Conference, Green Bay, WI, 10/13/2000 - Present
Treating Men Who Batter: Issues and Controversies, Carthage College Senior Social Work seminar, Kenosha, WI, 03/13/2001 - Present
A scientist-practitioner approach to understanding and intervening in domestic violence, Department of Psychology, Marquette University, Milwaukee, WI, 03/29/2001 - Present
Go directly to jail: Health aspects of previously active incarcerated patients, DFCM Grand Rounds, 05/16/2001 - Present
Primary Physical Aggressor Forum, sponsored by the Wisconsin Coalition Against Domestic Violence, Madison, WI, 08/09/2001 - 08/10/2001
Domestic Violence and Healthcare Provider Summit, Wisconsin Coalition Against Domestic Violence, Madison, WI, 10/15/2001 - 10/16/2001
Domestic Violence among Males and Females seeking Emergency Medical Services, DFCM Grand Rounds, 10/17/2001 - Present
Faculty Development Workshop to Teach Medical Students and Residents to Identify and assist Partner Violence Victims, Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI, 11/02/2001 - Present
Domestic Violence, Presented at the meeting of Region IV & Region VI of the American Medical Student Association, Milwaukee, WI, 11/03/2001 - Present
Multiple Models for Treating Men Who Batter, Wisconsin Batterer Treatment Provider Association, Wisconsin Rapids, WI, 04/11/2002 - Present
Cognitive-Behavioral Principles in Treating Men Who Batter, Wisconsin Batterer Treatment Provider Association, Wisconsin Rapids, WI,, 04/11/2002 - Present
Domestic Violence Screening and Intervention, Preparing for Internship Course, Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI, 05/03/2002 - Present
Male and Female Aggression in Intimate Relationships, Sandwich and Substance Series, All Saints – St. Luke’s Hospital, Milwaukee, WI, 05/28/2002 - Present
Should we screen men for domestic violence in medical setting?, People playing a leadership role in the Health System Response to Domestic Violence Task Force, Madison, WI, 08/26/2002 - Present
Women’s use of force in intimate partner relationships: How can we think about it and what can we do?, Workshop, Green Bay, WI, 09/06/2002 - Present
Domestic Violence Workshop, meeting of the Ambulatory Pediatric Association, Region VI, Milwaukee, WI, 12/2002 - Present
Batterers: Who are They and How Can They Be Helped?, All Saints Health System cme program, 10/31/2003 - Present
Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Intimate Partner Violence, Department of Psychiatry, Medical College of Wisconsin Grand Rounds, Milwaukee, WI, 11/19/2003 - Present
The impact of domestic violence on children, Hot Topics in the Investigation and Prosecution of Child Abuse, Waukesha, WI, 03/26/2004 - Present
Women’s use of force in relationships: How can we think about it and what can we do?, meeting of the Wisconsin Psychological Association, Madison, WI, 04/02/2004 - Present
Violence and women: Advocates’ and research, annual meeting of the Wisconsin Batterer Treatment Provider Association, Appleton, WI, 04/22/2004 - Present
Overview of domestic violence cases that present in health care, Behind Closed Doors: Ethical Issues in Domestic Violence Cases, sponsored by the Midwest Ethics Committee Network, Milwaukee, WI, 06/11/2004 - Present
Intimate Partner Violence, Faculty, Eighteenth Annual Door County Summer Institute, Egg Harbor, WI, 08/02/2004 - 08/06/2004
Domestic and Family Violence, Radio talk show interview, WGTD Radio, Kenosha, WI, 10/16/2004 - Present
Abuse-Proof Yourself: Understanding Abuse and How To Prevent It., Health and Safety Fair, Southern Oaks School for Girls, Union Grove, WI, 11/16/2004 - Present
Treatment of Men Who Batter, Trauma, Healing and Recovery Conference, Kenosha, WI, 05/24/2005 - Present
Abuse-Proof Yourself: Understanding Abuse and How To Prevent It, Health and Safety Fair, Southern Oaks School for Girls, Union Grove, WI, 11/01/2005 - Present
Health System Response to Domestic Violence, Practical Guidelines Training Curriculum, Racine County Family Violence Coalition, Wingspread Conference Center, 01/12/2006 - Present
Domestic Violence, monthly meeting of TEMPO, International, Racine Chapter, 03/09/2006 - Present
Colluding with the perpetrator, 14th annual domestic violence conference, Waukesha Memorial Hospital, Waukesha, WI, 10/13/2006 - Present
Developing healthy relationships, Franklin High School Psychology Classes, Franklin, WI, 01/05/2007 - Present
Elder abuse in America, MCW Injury Research Center Summer Lecture Series, Milwaukee, WI, 07/11/2007 - Present
Women’s and men’s use of intimate partner violence: What’s going on here?, meeting of the Wisconsin Batterer Treatment Provider Association, Neenah, WI, 04/03/2009 - Present
How effective is batterer treatment?, meeting of the Wisconsin Batterer Treatment Provider Association, Neenah, WI, 04/03/2009 - Present
Spotting and responding to signs of domestic violence, Domestic Violence Awareness Day of Action Conference, Latina Resource Center, Milwaukee, WI, 09/12/2009 - Present
Intimate partner violence and health care: Impact and what we can do about it, DFCM CURE Conference, Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI, 01/20/2010 - Present
Screening your patients for intimate partner violence, Educational mini-workshop presented to the Family Medicine Interest Group, Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI, 02/18/2010 - Present
Intimate partner violence: Where have we been, where are we now and where are we going?, Opening plenary address presented at the annual meeting of the Wisconsin Psychological Association, Madison, WI, 03/18/2010 - Present
Healthcare can change from within: Inspiring domestic violence advocates in new areas of work to end intimate partner violence, Advocacy in Urban Communities Summit, Milwaukee, WI, 11/11/2010 - Present
Update on partner violence, Winter Refresher Course, Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI, 02/04/2011 - Present
Panel Presentation on Sexual Harassment and professionalism in the workplace, Department of Emergency Medicine Grand Rounds, Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI, 03/31/2011 - Present
 
Regional
Sexual harassment: Definitions and issues, Student-Faculty Forum, Chicago Medical School, North Chicago, IL, 03/21/1991 - Present
Violence survivors' disguised presentation: What every family doctor should know, Workshop presented with M. B. Hendricks- Matthews at the Twelfth Forum for the Behavioral Sciences in Family Medicine, Chicago, IL, 09/24/1991 - Present
Domestic violence: Healing the family, St. Paul-Ramsey Medical Center Department of Family Medicine, St. Paul, MN, 04/30/1993 - Present
Effects of Domestic Violence on Children, Lake County Domestic Violence Conference, Gray’s Lake, IL, 10/26/1999 - Present
Stayin’ Alive: Maintaining Energy in the Antiviolence Movement, American Medical Association National Advisory Council on Violence and Abuse, Chicago, IL, 11/01/2002 - Present
Identifying and helping victims of intimate partner violence, Centegra Health System Fall Clinical Symposium, Crystal Lake, IL, 10/29/2003 - Present
Healthcare can change from within: A sustainable model for addressing and preventing intimate partner violence, Columbus Coalition Against Family Violence Conference “Innovation Through Collaboration,”, Columbus, OH, 04/30/2009 - Present
Healthcare can change from within, Colloquium presented to the Department of Psychology and Center for Family Violence Studies, DeKalb, IL, 03/26/2010 - Present
 
National
Treatment issues in family violence: Helping men who batter, University of Arkansas Silver Anniversary Celebration, Department of Psychology Program, Fayetteville, AR, 10/26/1984 - Present
Research and practice in a community domestic abuse intervention project: Practical applications, Workshop presented at the Family Violence Research Conference, Durham, NH, 07/1987 - Present
Alternative Treatment Methods for Reducing Marital Violence, Symposium conducted at the American Psychological Association, Atlanta, GA, 08/14/1988 - Present
Anger Management Program Consultation, Harborview Community Mental Health Center Anger Management Program, Seattle, WA, 05/07/1990 - Present
Treating men who batter: Theory, programs and practice, Harborview Medical Center Psychiatry Training Seminar, 05/08/1990 - Present
Marital violence: Theoretical and empirical perspectives, Indiana University Conference on Research and Clinical Problems, 05/17/1991 - Present
Characteristics and context of women arrested for domestic violence: Context and implications, Indiana University Conference on Research and Clinical Problems, Indiana, 05/17/1991 - Present
New avenues of research on treatment outcome. Marital violence: Theoretical and empirical perspectives, Indiana University Conference on Research and Clinical Problems, 05/18/1991 - Present
Treating marital violence: Options and controversies, meeting of the Association for the Advancement of Behavior Therapy, New York, NY, 11/22/1991 - Present
Current controversies, Plenary Discussant, 12th Annual Family in Family Medicine Conference, Amelia Island, FL, 03/07/1992 - Present
Panel discussant, First Ross Roundtable on Critical Issues in Family Medicine, St. Louis, MO, 04/29/1992 - 04/30/1992
Issues with men who batter, Domestic Violence 2001: Where do we go from here?, Missoula, MT, 06/25/1992 - Present
Working with men who batter in a coordinated community program: Continuing the momentum, Domestic Violence 2001: Where do we go from here?, Missoula, MT, 06/26/1992 - Present
Treating marital violence: Options and controversies, meeting of the Association for the Advancement of Behavior Therapy, Boston, MA, 11/21/1992 - Present
Understanding Domestic Violence, Rounds, National Public Radio, 06/13/1993 - Present
Identification and intervention with victims and perpetrators of partner violence, Workshop presented to the Department of Family Practice, Aultman Hospital Family Practice Residency Program, 11/06/1993 - 11/07/1993
Research on men who batter: Clinical and research implications, Colloquium presented at the Department of Psychology, University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, AR, 02/18/1994 - Present
Training medical professionals to detect and help domestic violence victims, APA Division 43 Hospitality Suite Program presented at the meeting of the American Psychological Association, Los Angeles, CA, 08/13/1994 - Present
Walking the Walk: Forging Paths to Peace., San Antonio P.E.A.C.E. initiative Domestic Violence Conference, San Antonio, TX, 10/24/1996 - Present
Department of Defense (DOD), Domestic Violence Policy Conference, Washington, DC, 02/06/1997 - 02/07/1997
“front-line” medical personnel, Domestic Violence: Violence is the reality - prevention is the hope, Santa Rosa, CA, 05/09/1997 - Present
Treatment of women who are violent, “Domestic Violence: Violence is the Reality - Prevention is the Hope,”, Santa Rosa, CA, 05/09/1997 - Present
Female perpetrators, “Female Perpetrators of Domestic Violence: Fact or Fiction?”, Denver, CO, 06/13/1997 - Present
Working with domestically violent women, “Female Perpetrators of Domestic Violence: Fact or Fiction?”, Denver, CO, 06/13/1997 - Present
Female perpetrators: Fact or fiction?, Florida Coalition Against Domestic Violence Annual Meeting, Miami, FL, 01/29/1998 - Present
Healthcare response to domestic violence, “Peaceful Homes, Peaceful Communities” Conference, Anderson, IN, 05/09/1998 - Present
Assessing Spouse Abuse, Air Force Family Advocacy, Reno, NV, 06/06/2000 - Present
Cognitive-Behavioral, Pro-feminist Approach to Batterer’s Treatment, Air Force Family Advocacy Provider’s Conference, Reno, NV, 06/06/2000 - Present
Engaging Batterers in Voluntary Treatment and Key Components of Batterer’s Treatment, Air Force Family Advocacy Provider’s Conference, Reno, NV, 06/06/2000 - Present
Violence Against Women Forum, Mills College, Oakland, CA, 05/28/2001 - 06/02/2001
Court-mandated treatment for men who batter, Violence, Science, and the Courts Conference, Midland, Ontario, Canada, 06/15/2001 - Present
Research and Domestic Violence Screening in Medical and Mental Health Care Settings, Department of Defense Symposium on Domestic Violence Prevention Research, Crystal City, VA, 05/13/2002 - Present
Assessment of Physically Aggressive Men, Worldwide Department of Defense FAP training Conference – “Agents of Change.”, 06/22/2004 - Present
Women’s use of force in relationships: How can we think about it and what can we do?, Utah Domestic Violence Council 10th Annual Treatment Provider’s Conference, Salt Lake City, UT, 08/23/2004 - Present
Working with women who use force, Utah Domestic Violence Council 10th Annual Treatment Provider’s Conference, Salt Lake City, UT, 08/24/2004 - Present
Tips for enhancing academic-community partnerships to conduct partner violence research, 9th International Conference on Family Violence, San Diego, CA, 09/19/2004 - Present
Observations from the trenches, 9th International Conference on Family, San Diego, CA, 09/21/2004 - Present
How do we reach our goals with intimate partner violence offenders?, 9th International Conference on Family Violence, San Diego, CA, 09/21/2004 - Present
Developing and evaluating curriculum in domestic violence: Working for culture change within the medical school, 9th International Conference on Family Violence, San Diego, CA, 09/22/2004 - Present
Women arrested for domestic violence: Who are they?, 10th International Conference on Family Violence, San Diego, CA, 09/19/2005 - Present
Do batterer intervention programs work? Are we ready for alternative approaches?, 10th International Conference on Family Violence, San Diego, CA, 09/20/2005 - Present
Creating networks to conduct applied research with batterer treatment programs, 10th International Conference on Family Violence, San Diego, CA, 09/20/2005 - Present
Multiple models for working with men who batter their partners, North Carolina Coalition Against Domestic Violence 25th Anniversary meeting, Greensboro, NC, 05/12/2006 - Present
Preparing the next generation of physicians: Medical school and residency-based curriculum and evaluation, Violence Against Women and Women’s Health: A National Scientific Meeting Exploring the Health Implications of Intimate Partner Violence and Rape, Lexington, KY, 06/06/2006 - 06/08/2006
25 years of change: Observations from the trenches, Keynote address delivered to the meeting of the Northwest Association of Domestic Violence Professionals, Vancouver, WA, 10/14/2007 - Present
Men who batter their partners: Who are these guys anyway?, Breakout session presented at the meeting of the Northwest Association of Domestic Violence Professionals, Vancouver, WA, 10/14/2007 - Present
Innovations in the treatment of men who batter: Individualized psychological assessment and treatment plan, Workshop presented at the meeting of the American Association of Community Justice Professionals, Miami, FL, 06/02/2008 - Present
Issues to consider with system-wide research and quality assurance programs to assess interventions with court-mandated IPV offenders, 13th International Violence, Abuse and Trauma Conference, San Diego, CA, 09/15/2008 - Present
Individualized psychological assessment and intervention planning to work with men who batter their partners, 13th International Violence, Abuse, and Trauma Conference, San Diego, CA, 09/16/2008 - Present
My best policy advice for effective IPV offender treatment, 13th International Violence, Abuse and Trauma Conference, San Diego, CA, 09/16/2008 - Present
Healthcare can change from within, CCEHIP Extramural Research Program Office, Centers for Disease Control Seminar, Atlanta, GA, 02/22/2009 - Present
Through the eyes of victims: How health care providers can help end and prevent intimate partner violence, Columbus Coalition Against Family Violence Conference “Innovation Through Collaboration”, Columbus, OH, 04/30/2009 - Present
State of batterer intervention program research, Roundtable Discussion: Batterer Accountability and Opportunity for Change, Washington, DC, 08/06/2009 - Present
Effectiveness of intervention programs for intimate partner violence offenders: Research and provider issues, 14th International Conference on Violence, Abuse and Trauma, San Diego, CA, 09/24/2009 - Present
My reflections on what is needed to move our field forward, 14th International Conference on Violence, Abuse and Trauma, San Diego, CA, 09/26/2009 - Present
15th International Conference on Violence, Abuse and Trauma, National Conversation about the Impact of Healthcare Reform on Domestic Violence Work, San Diego, CA, 09/14/2010 - Present
 
International
Training healthcare providers to ask and talk with their patients about intimate partner violence, Women’s and Children’s Hospitals, Liuyang, China and Chengde, China, 07/05/2010 - 07/21/2010
Domestic violence as a healthcare issue, United Nations Population Fund, Beijing, China, 07/21/2010 - Present
 

PEER REVIEWED WORKSHOPS/PRESENTATIONS:
Local
Helping men who batter their partners: A program of structured intervention in a family practice setting, meeting of the North Central Regional Society of Teachers of Family Medicine, Milwaukee, WI, 10/20/1983 - Present
Type A behavior and women: A review of the literature and implications for the family physician., meeting of the North Central Regional Society of Teachers of Family Medicine, Milwaukee, WI, 10/20/1983 - Present
Organizational obstacles in planning and implementing a family violence program., Building Bridges: Many Models of Healthcare and Domestic Abuse Services Working Together., Milwaukee, WI, 09/25/1998 - Present
Integrating domestic violence into medical education: Assembling pieces of the puzzle, Building Bridges: Many Models of Healthcare and Domestic Abuse Services, Working Together, Milwaukee, WI, 09/25/1998 - Present
The ups and downs of physician/health practitioner training: Process, Barriers, outcomes, Nursing Network on Violence Against Women International, Madison, WI, 09/28/2001 - Present
Training is not enough, meeting of the Nursing Network on Violence Against Women International, Madison, WI, 09/28/2001 - Present
Shining the light on family violence in the academy: Developing a vision for family violence education in medical school, nursing Network on Violence Against Women International, Madison, WI, 09/29/2001 - Present
The health care response to DV: Training is not enough, meeting of the Wisconsin Coalition Against Domestic Violence, Madison, WI, 09/29/2003 - Present
Teaching future generations of physicians to identify and help partner violence victims, meeting of the Wisconsin Coalition Against Domestic Violence, Madison, WI, 09/29/2003 - Present
Women’s and men’s use of intimate partner violence: Sorting out the data and making sense of the controversies, meeting of the Wisconsin Coalition Against Domestic Violence, Madison, WI, 11/13/2008 - Present
The function of treatment standards for interventions with men who batter their partners, Meeting of the Wisconsin Coalition Against Domestic Violence, Madison, WI, 11/13/2008 - Present
 
Regional
The effects of therapist presence and response-contingent feedback in relaxation training, Midwest Psychological Association, Detroit, MI, 04/1980 - Present
Effects of relaxation training, therapist presence or absence, and, Midwest Psychological Association Meeting, Detroit, MI, 04/1980 - Present
The relationship of factorially validated measures of anger expression and irrational beliefs, Midwestern Psychological Association Meeting, Minneapolis, MN, 05/09/1981 - Present
Burnout inoculation for health care providers: Proposal for a systematic approach, Paper presented at the meeting of the Midwest Forum for Teachers of Behavioral Science in Family Practice Residencies, Hinsdale, IL, 11/1982 - Present
Irrational beliefs underlying Type A behavior: A reasonable assumption?, meeting of the Midwest Psychological Association, Chicago, IL, 05/08/1983 - Present
Treatment of spouse abusers in a family practice setting: Program update and implications for residency training, meeting of the North Central Regional Society of Teachers of Family Medicine, Chicago, IL, 10/26/1984 - Present
Different routes to mandated spouse abuser counseling: Relationship to program compliance, Symposium presented at the meeting of the American Society of Criminology, Chicago, IL, 11/10/1988 - Present
Medical diagnostic characteristics differentiating battered and nonbattered outpatient women, Paper presented at the meeting of the Society of Teachers of Family Medicine, St. Louis, MO, 04/26/1992 - Present
Are perpetrators also victims?, Panel presented at the meeting of the Society of Teachers of Family Medicine, St. Louis, MO, 04/27/1992 - Present
Community as a context for teaching about prevention of family violence, Workshop presented at the fourteenth forum for the Behavioral Sciences in Family Medicine, Chicago, IL, 09/19/1993 - Present
Physician interaction with battered women: The women’s perspective, Meeting of the American Psychological Association, Chicago, IL, 08/16/1997 - Present
Web-based Faculty Development Initiative to Educate Physicians on Partner Violence, Meeting At the Central Group on Educational Affairs of the AAMC, Minneapolis, MN, 03/2001 - Present
Domestic violence among male and female emergency department patients, Paper presented at the meeting of the American Psychological Association, Chicago, IL, 08/24/2002 - Present
Healthcare can change from within: Helping survivors – Early findings, Scientific Assembly of the Academy on Violence and Abuse, Minneapolis, MN, 04/24/2009 - Present
Healthcare can change from within: A new model to improve the prevention and treatment of intimate partner violence, Scientific Assembly of the Academy on Violence and Abuse, Minneapolis, MN, 04/24/2009 - Present
Healthcare can change from within: Change in healthcare systems, Scientific Assembly of the Academy on Violence and Abuse, Minneapolis, MN, 04/24/2009 - Present
 
National
The relationship of relaxation training and the controllability of imagery, New Mexico Conference on Behavior Therapy, Ghost Ranch, NM, 09/1979 - Present
Rational restructuring for anger control: An experimental case study, New Mexico Conference on Behavior Therapy, Ghost Ranch, NM, 09/1979 - Present
Personality correlates of men who abuse their partners, meeting of the Society of Personality Assessment, Berkeley, CA, 03/15/1985 - Present
Aggression versus assertion in Type A individuals following frustrative nonreward, Meeting of the Society of Behavioral Medicine, New Orleans, LA, 03/28/1985 - Present
The Community as a Workshop for Resident Education, Meeting of the Society of Teachers of Family Medicine, Nashville, TN, 05/15/1985 - Present
Characteristics of spouse abusers: Predictors of treatment acceptance, Meeting of the American Psychological Association, Los Angeles, CA, 08/14/1985 - Present
Personality correlates of spouse abusers: A cross-validation study, Meeting of the American Psychological Association, Los Angeles, CA, 08/24/1985 - Present
The effect of training upon correspondence of EMG and verbal report measures of relaxation, meeting of the Association for the Advancement of Behavior Therapy, Houston, TX, 11/1985 - Present
Violent Families: Teaching recognition and response to spouse, Seminar presented at the meeting of the Society of Teachers of Family Medicine, Amelia Island, FL, 03/10/1986 - Present
Personality characteristics of spouse abusers: A controlled comparison, Symposium conducted at the, Washington, DC, 08/23/1986 - Present
Cluster analysis of personality disorder in spouse abusers, Paper presented at the meeting of the American Psychological Association, wa, 08/23/1986 - Present
Skills training in treatment of spouse abusers: An outcome study, meeting of the American Psychological Association, Washington, DC, 08/23/1986 - Present
Characteristics of male spouse abusers: Is psychopathology part of the picture?, Symposium conducted at the meeting of the American Society of Criminology, Atlanta, GA, 10/1986 - Present
The nature of irrational beliefs in different personality profiles of male spouse abusers, Meeting of Southeastern Psychological Association, Atlanta, GA, 03/1987 - Present
The male batterer and alcohol abuse: Differential personality characteristics, meeting of Western Psychological Association, Long Beach, CA, 04/12/1987 - Present
Methodological issues in batterer research, 3rd National Family Violence Research Conference, Durham, NH, 07/18/1987 - Present
Counseling male spouse abusers: Characteristics of treatment completers and dropouts, Symposium presented at the meeting of the American Psychological Association, New York, NY, 08/1987 - Present
Proximal causes of spouse abuse: A theoretical analysis for cognitive-behavior interventions, Symposium presented at the meeting of the Western Psychological Association, San Francisco, CA, 04/30/1988 - Present
Recidivism following spouse abuse abatement counseling: Treatment program implications, meeting of the American Psychological Association, Atlanta, GA, 08/14/1988 - Present
cognitive and personality correlates of men who batter: Some continuities and discontinuities, Symposium presented at the meeting of the Association for the Advancement of Behavioral Therapy, New York, NY, 11/18/1988 - Present
Personality structure of batterers and nonbatterers: Qualitative and quantitative differences, American Psychological Association, New Orleans, LA, 08/12/1989 - Present
Psychopathology differences between batterers and nonbatterers: Psychosocial modifiers, American Psychological Association, New Orleans, LA, 08/14/1989 - Present
Family physicians skills for identification and intervention in intergenerational family violence, Scientific exhibit presented at the meeting of the American Academy of Family Physicians, Los Angeles, CA, 09/18/1989 - 09/21/1989
Domestic violence: A family practitioner's approach, Paper presented at the meeting of the American Academy of Family Physicians, Los Angeles, CA, 09/19/1989 - Present
Racial differences on the MCMI in an outpatient sample, Paper presented at the meeting of the American Psychological Association, Boston, MA, 08/13/1990 - Present
Different routes to mandated spouse abuser counseling II: A cross validation study, Symposium presented at the meeting of the American Society of Criminology, Baltimore, MD, 11/10/1990 - Present
Nonsexist writing for the scientific author, Paper presented at the meeting of the Primary Care Research Methods and Statistics Conference, San Antonio, TX, 12/01/1990 - Present
Beware the wolf in sheep's clothing: Confronting myths and realities about domestic violence perpetrators, Society of Teachers of Family Medicine, Philadelphia, PA, 05/05/1991 - Present
Intimate violence among female outpatients in a family practice setting: Incidence, prevalence, and physician inquiry., meeting of the Society of Teachers of Family Medicine, Philadelphia, PA, 05/05/1991 - Present
Training curricula in the detection of violence in family medicine: Models, methods, and materials, Roundtable discussion presented at the meeting of the Society of Teachers of Family Medicine, Philadelphia, PA, 05/06/1991 - Present
Battered women in nonemergency medical settings: Incidence, prevalence, and physician interventions, Paper presented at the meeting of the American Psychological Association, San Francisco, CA, 08/18/1991 - Present
Research concerning wife abuse: Implications for training police and physicians, Symposium presented at the meeting of the American Psychological Association, San Francisco, CA, 08/19/1991 - Present
Women court-ordered to domestic violence counseling :Innovations in treatment, Symposium presented at the meeting of the American Psychological Association, Washington, DC, 08/17/1992 - Present
The intended function of domestic violence is different for male and female perpetrators, meeting of the Association for the Advancement of Behavior Therapy, Atlanta, GA, 11/20/1993 - Present
The Family Peace Project: A model for teaching the prevention of family violence to medical students and residents, Seminar presented at the meeting of the Society of Teachers of Family Medicine, Atlanta, GA, 05/04/1994 - Present
A large-sample empirical typology of male spouse abusers and its relationship to dimensions of abuse, Paper presented at the Fourth International Family Violence Research Conference, Durham, NH, 07/26/1995 - Present
The factor structure of male and female motivations for domestic violence as a function of observer gender., meeting of the American Psychological Association, New York, NY, 08/13/1995 - Present
Collaborating with medical professionals to detect and assess domestic violence, meeting of the American Psychological Association, New York, NY, 08/14/1995 - Present
The types and intentions of domestically violent men, meeting of the Association for the Advancement of Behavior Therapy, Washington, DC, 11/17/1995 - Present
Family violence: A guide for healthcare professionals in primary care, Workshop presented at the meeting of the Society of Teachers of Family Medicine, San Francisco, CA, 04/28/1996 - Present
The triple whammy: Managed care threats to a practice-based Clinical research and training program, meeting of the Association for the Behavioral Sciences in Medical Education, Orcus Island, WA, 10/19/1996 - Present
Can psychotherapy stop battering?, meeting of the Association for the Advancement of Behavior Therapy, New York, NY, 11/22/1996 - Present
Community collaboration to develop clinical and research programs in partner violence, Symposium presented at the meeting of The Association for the Advancement of Behavior Therapy, New York, NY, 11/23/1996 - Present
Current research on education and training in violence education, meeting of the Society of Teachers of Family Medicine, Boston, MA, 05/06/1997 - Present
Predictors of attrition from a domestic violence counseling program, Paper presented at the 5th International Family Violence Research Conference, Durham, NH, 06/30/1997 - Present
Physician interaction with battered women: The women’s perspective, Paper presented at the 5th International Family Violence Research Conference, Durham, NH, 07/01/1997 - Present
Medical Students’ personal exposure to violence, Paper presented at the 5th International Family Violence Research Conference, Durham, NH, 07/01/1997 - Present
Training health care professionals to identify Partner violence and intervention, Paper presented at the 5th International Family Violence Research Conference, Durham, NH, 07/01/1997 - Present
Community collaboration to develop research programs in partner violence, Paper presented at Program evaluation and Family Violence Research: An International Conference, Durham, NH, 06/28/1998 - Present
Variations in violence: Are there differences in violence perpetrators within and across various settings and samples?, Symposium presented at the meeting of the Association for the Advancement of Behavior Therapy, Washington, DC, 11/06/1998 - Present
Romantic attachment and interpersonal control factors associated with courtship violence, Paper presented at the meeting of the Sixth International Family Violence Research Conference, Durham, NH, 07/27/1999 - Present
Requests for complete records release: One psychologist’s response, meeting of the American Psychological Association, Boston, MA, 08/22/1999 - Present
Practical tips for collaborating with physician colleagues, Symposium presented at the meeting of the American Psychological Association, Washington, DC, 08/06/2000 - Present
Domestic Violence: Qualitative Analysis Of barriers to identification and referral of victims in an urban healthcare setting, Symposium presented at the meeting of the American Psychological Association, Washington, DC, 08/07/2000 - Present
Hospital domestic violence initiatives:A long, bumpy but worthwhile trip, Symposium presented at the meeting of the American Psychological Association, Washington, DC, 08/07/2000 - Present
Evaluation of a healthcare provider training program to identify and help partner violence victims, Symposium presented at the meeting of the American Psychological Association, Washington, DC, 08/07/2000 - Present
Current level of family violence education in residency programs of one Midwestern medical school, 5th International Family Violence Conference, San Diego, CA, 09/26/2000 - Present
Shining the light on Family violence in the academy: Developing a vision for family violence education in Medical School, 5th International Family Violence Conference, San Diego, CA, 09/26/2000 - Present
Current level of family violence education for one Midwestern Medical school, 5th International Family Violence Conference, San Diego, CA, 09/26/2000 - Present
Strategies for disseminating and sustaining family violence training in a medical school, 5th International Family Violence Conference, San Diego, CA, 09/26/2000 - Present
Healthcare provider training to screen and help battered victims: Knowledge, self-efficacy and future training needs, 5th International Family Violence Conference, San Diego, CA, 09/27/2000 - Present
Heterogeneity among men engaging in intimate partner violence: A focus on antisociality., Symposium presented at the meeting of the Association for the Advancement of Behavior Therapy, New Orleans, LA, 11/17/2000 - Present
What domestically violent men say about their partners’ use of violence, Paper presented at the meeting of the Association of the Advancement of Behavior Therapy, New Orleans, LA, 11/18/2000 - Present
Male victims of domestic violence in An emergency department, Paper presented at the meeting of the American Psychological Association, San Francisco, CA, 08/26/2001 - Present
Male victims of domestic violence in an emergency department, meeting of the American Psychological Association, San Francisco, CA, 08/26/2001 - Present
Additive impact of training and a written protocol for screening and documentation of domestic violence by family physicians, Paper presented at the First National Conference on Medical Care and ` Domestic Violence, Dallas, TX, 04/18/2002 - Present
Teaching medical students and residents to identify and assist victims of partner violence, Full-day workshop presented at the 2002 National Conference on Health Care and Domestic Violence, Atlanta, GA, 09/26/2002 - Present
Women’s and men’s use of intimate partner violence: What’s going on here?, 7th International Family Violence Conference, San Diego, CA, 09/27/2002 - Present
The clinical utility of an MCMI batterer typology, Paper presented at the meeting of the Association for the Advancement of Behavior Therapy, Reno, NV, 11/15/2002 - Present
Typology of reactions to intimate partner violence among men and women court-ordered to perpetrator counseling, 8th International Family Violence Research Conference, Portsmouth, NH, 07/13/2003 - Present
Multiple reactions to partner violence: A study of sex differences, 8th International Conference on Family Violence, San Diego, CA, 09/18/2003 - Present
Healthcare-community collaboration to change healthcare response to partner violence, 11th International Conference on Violence, Abuse, and Trauma, San Diego, CA, 09/18/2006 - Present
Healthcare can change from within: A sustainable model for intimate partner violence prevention, 11th International Conference on Violence, Abuse, and Trauma, San Diego, CA, 09/19/2006 - Present
Implementing a sustainable model of intimate partner violence prevention in health care: Process, preliminary data and lessons learned, National Conference on Health and Domestic Violence, San Francisco, CA, 03/16/2007 - 03/18/2007
Impact of IPV on health and healthcare utilization, 13th International Violence, Abuse and trauma conference, San Diego, CA, 09/13/2008 - Present
Changing the system to optimize IPV prevention and intervention in healthcare settings, 13th International Violence, Abuse and Trauma Conference, San Diego, CA, 09/13/2008 - Present
Health care responds to intimate partner violence: The prevention and treatment of IPV, 13th International Violence, Abuse and Trauma Conference, San Diego, CA, 09/13/2008 - Present
Healthcare can change from within: Improving the prevention and treatment of intimate partner violence, meeting of the Society of Teachers of Family Medicine, Denver, CO, 04/29/2009 - Present
Impact of IPV on health and healthcare utilization, 14th International Conference on Violence, Abuse and Trauma, San Diego, CA, 09/22/2009 - Present
Changing the system to empower survivors, 14th International Conference on Violence, Abuse and Trauma, San Diego, CA, 09/22/2009 - Present
Development of an elder abuse and neglect prevention curriculum, 14th International Conference on Violence, Abuse and Trauma, San Diego, CA, 09/23/2009 - Present
Can healthcare really change? Academic-community collaboration for change, 14th International Conference on Violence, Abuse, and Trauma, San Diego, CA, 09/24/2009 - Present
Healthcare can change from within: Helping survivors – early findings, 14th International Conference on Violence, Abuse and Trauma, San Diego, CA, 09/25/2009 - Present
Healthcare can change from within – System intervention changes, Family Violence Prevention Fund National Conference on Health and Domestic Violence, New Orleans, LA, 10/09/2009 - Present
Healthcare can change from within: Helping survivors – early findings, Family Violence Prevention Fund National Health and Domestic Violence Conference, New Orleans, LA, 10/09/2009 - Present
 
International
Helping men who batter: A two-stage community intervention program, meeting of the American Psychological Association, Toronto, Ontario, 08/25/1984 - Present
Family Violence: Clinical Techniques and Innovative Approaches, Symposium presented at the meeting of the American Psychological Association, Toronto, Ontario, 08/20/1993 - Present
Domestically violent men: Who are they?, Paper presented at the Second STFM Violence Education Conference, Albuquerque, NM, 11/04/1994 - Present
Women who assault their partners: What's going on here?, Paper presented at the Second STFM Violence Education Conference, Albuquerque, NM, 11/04/1994 - Present
How to develop community initiatives in violence education and prevention: Theory and practice, Second STFM Violence Education Conference, Albuquerque, NM, 11/05/1994 - Present
Implementing a community model for training medical students and physicians to diagnose, treat and prevent family violence., Second STFM Violence Education Conference, Albuquerque, NM, 11/06/1994 - Present
Physician interactions with battered women - The women's perspective, STFM Violence Education Conference, Albuquerque, NM, 11/05/1995 - Present
Collaborative survivors: A realist's guide to the managed care age, Symposium presented at the meeting of the American Psychological Association, Toronto, 08/11/1996 - Present
Court-mandating batterer intervention for domestic violence: Is there evidence for its effectiveness?, Round table discussion at the meeting of the American Society of Criminology, Toronto, Ontario, 11/17/2005 - Present
 

COMMITTEE SERVICE:
Medical College
03/1982 - 05/1988 Member, Research and Publication Committee, Department of Family Medicine, Medical College of Wisconsin
10/1994 - 08/1998 Member, Rank and Promotion Committee, Department of Family and Community Medicine, Medical College of Wisconsin
06/1995 - 06/1997 Curriculum and Evaluation Committee, Department of Family and Community Medicine, Medical College of Wisconsin
04/1996 - Present Member, Awards Committee, Department of Family and Community Medicine, Medical College of Wisconsin
01/1998 - 06/1994 Member, Executive Committee, Department of Family and Community Medicine, Medical College of Wisconsin
09/1998 - 09/2000 Member, Information Systems Advisory Committee, Department of Family and Community Medicine, Medical College of Wisconsin
12/2000 - Present Member, Rank and Promotion Committee, Department of Family and Community Medicine, Medical College of Wisconsin
03/2003 - Present Member, Academic Support Funds Committee, Department of Family and Community Medicine, Medical College of Wisconsin
 
Hospital
07/1984 - Present Member, Psychiatry Task Force, St. Catherine’s Hospital
01/1988 - 12/1988 Member, Domestic Violence Task Force, St. Catherine’s Hospital
07/1988 - 12/1988 Member, Planning Committee for 1989 Winter Refresher Course, Department of Family & Community Medicine, Medical College of Wisconsin
03/1998 - 12/2004 Member, Domestic Violence Task Force, All Saints Healthcare Systems
04/2004 - 08/2008 Member, Institutional Review Board, All Saints Healthcare
 

MEDICAL COLLEGE TEACHING ACTIVITIES:
Medical Student Education
1984 - 2002 Undergraduate Supervision, 5 hours per week
08/1988 - Present Elective Research Rotation, 15 hours per week for one month
1989 - 1990 1989-1990 Preceptor/small-group discussion leader – Profession of Medicine, Medical Interviewing course, 4 weeks per year
1990 - 2001 M-3 Ambulatory Care lecture series, 3 hours per month
1994 - Present M-2 Psychiatry lecture on Partner Violence
11/1996 - Present Elective Family Violence Rotation 15 hours per week for one month
2007 - 2008 M-3 Ambulatory Care lecture series, 3 hours per month
 
Resident and Fellow Education
08/1982 - Present Noon Conference Lectures, up to 3 per month through the year
03/1984 - Present Behavioral Science Rotation; one-month full-time rotation for each first-year resident.
 

MCW STUDENTS, FACULTY, RESIDENTS AND CLINICAL/RESEARCH FELLOWS MENTORED:
Medical Students
Margaret Hovey, Medical College of Wisconsin, 06/1990 - 08/1990 Summer Research Mentor
Heather Haakinsen, Medical College of Wisconsin, 06/1993 - 08/1993 Summer Research Mentor
Jennifer Donze, Medical College of Wisconsin, 06/1994 - 08/1994 Summer Research Mentor
Chad Tamez, Medical College of Wisconsin, 06/1998 - 08/1998 Summer Research Mentor
Suzanne Walczak, Medical College of Wisconsin, 06/2000 - 08/2000 Summer Research Mentor
Amy Zozel, Medical College of Wisconsin, 06/2000 - 08/2000 Summer Research Mentor
 
Residents
Barry Lefkovitch, M.D., Medical College of Wisconsin, 01/1989 - 09/1989
Stephen Feuerbach, M.D., Medical College of Wisconsin, 01/1989 - 09/1989
 
Faculty
John Seidl, M.D., Medical College of Wisconsin, 06/1988 - 06/1989 Research Mentor
Sabina Diehr, M.D., Medical College of Wisconsin, 06/1989 - 06/1990 Research Mentor
 

EXTRAMURAL STUDENTS, FACULTY, RESIDENTS, AND CLINICAL/RESEARCH FELLOWS MENTORED:
Medical Students
Mark Hastings, George Mason University Department of Psychology, 06/1994 - 08/1994 Summer Research Mentor
Hirsch Larkey, M.A., Wisconsin School of Professional Psychology, 1997 - Present Clinical supervision for working with domestic violence offenders
Katherine Bangen, Boston University Department of Psychology, 06/2000 - 08/2000 Summer Research Mentor
Shauna Edwards, University of Arizona School of Medicine, 06/2000 - 08/2000 Summer Research Mentor
 
Graduate Students
MA Committees
Lisa Conradi, California School of Professional Psychology at Alliant International University, 2004 - Present An Exploratory Study of Heterosexual Females as Dominant Aggressors of Physical Violence in Their Intimate Relationships
MS Committees
Camille Davis-Hayes, Wisconsin School of Professional Psychology, 2004 - Present Graduate-Level Training on Relationship Violence: A Survey of Clinical Psychology Programs
Joseph G. Ferguson, Fielding Graduate University, 2005 - 2006 Time Perspective and Impulsivity Among IntimatePartner Violence Offenders
 

PROGRAMMATIC DEVELOPMENTS:
Educational Programs
Student
1989 - Present 1989 Basic Aspects of Non-Verbal Behavior. Profession of Medicine Program, Medical Interviewing
1990 - Present 1990 Anxiety Disorders. M-3 Ambulatory Medicine
1991 - Present 1991 Family Violence Across the Life Span. M-3 Ambulatory Medicine
1992 - Present 1992 Domestic Violence. M-4 Preparing for Internship Course
1993 - Present Living Free Jail - Based Anger Management Program. M-3 Ambulatory Medicine and PGY-1 Behavioral Science Rotation
1993 - Present 1993 Domestic Violence. M-3 Rural Ambulatory Medicine Remote Site Curriculum
2007 - Present Dealing with difficult and sensitive topics in patient care. M-3 Ambulatory Medicine
Resident
1996 - Present Living Free Jail - Based Anger Management Program. M-3 Ambulatory Medicine and PGY-1Behavioral Science Rotation
1996 - Present Community Medicine Rotation.” PGY-2/PGY-3 Rotation
1996 - Present 1996 Elective Family Violence Rotation, 15 hours per week for one month
2002 - Present Training the trainer faculty development program for teaching domestic violence to students and residents
2007 - Present Difficult and Sensitive Topics. M-3 Ambulatory Medicine
Faculty
2002 - Present DV-101: Treating men who batter their partners. Curriculum developed for the Wisconsin Batterers Treatment Providers Association – 12-hour workshop
 
Research Programs
1982 - Present Men and women who use intimate partner violence: Characteristics, risk factors, treatment issues
1984 - Present Health system response to domestic violence
 
Clinical Programs
1982 - 2008 The Men’s Group Domestic Violence Counseling Program
 
 


BIBLIOGRAPHY
Refereed Journal Publications/Original Papers
1. Hamberger, L. K. and Lohr, J. M. Rational restructuring for anger control: A quasi-experimental case study. Cognitive Therapy and Research, 4, (1):99-102, 1980.
2. Hamberger, L. K. and Lohr, J. M. Relationship of relaxation training to the controllability of imagery. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 51:103-110, 1980.
3. Lohr, J. M., Rea, R. G., Porter, R. B., and Hamberger, L. K. Communication anxiety: A correlation study of trait generality. Human Communication Research, 6:284-288, 1980.
4. Hamberger, L. K. and Lohr, J. M. Effect of trainer's presence and response-contingent feedback in biofeedback relaxation training. Perceptual and Motor Skills,53:15-24, 1981.
5. Hamberger, L. K. Reduction of generalized aversive responding in a post-treatment cancer patient: relaxation as an active coping skill. Behavior Therapy and Experimental Psychiatry, 13, (3):119-123, 1982.
6. Hamberger, L. K. and Hastings, J. E. Characteristics of spouse abusers: Predictors of treatment acceptance. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 1 (3):63-373, 1986.
7. Hamberger, L. K. and Hastings, J. E. Irrational beliefs underlying Type A behavior: Evidence for a cautious approach. Psychological Reports, 59:19-25, 1986.
8. Hamberger, L. K. and Hastings, J. E. Personality correlates of men who abuse their partners: A cross validation study. Journal of Family Violence, 1 (4):323-346, 1986.
9. Hamberger, L. K. and Schuldt, W. J. Live and taped relaxation instructions: Effects of procedural variables. Biofeedback and Self-Regulation,11:31-46,1986. (Ph.D. Dissertation)
10. Hamberger, L. K. and Hastings, J. E. Skills training for treatment of spouse abusers: An outcome study. Journal of Family Violence, 3 (2):121-130, 1988.
11. Hastings, J. E. and Hamberger, L. K. Personality characteristics of spouse abusers: A controlled comparison. Violence and Victims, 3 (1):31-48, 1988.
12. Lohr, J. M., Hamberger, L. K. and Bonge, D. The relationship of factorially validated measures of anger proneness and irrational beliefs. Motivation and Emotion, 12 (2):171-183, 1988.
13. Lohr, J. M., Hamberger, L. K., and Bonge, D. The nature of irrational beliefs in different personality profiles of spouse abusers. Journal of Rational Emotive and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, 6:273-285, 1988.
14. Hamberger, L. K. and Hastings, J. E. Counseling male spouse abusers: Characteristics of treatment completers and dropouts. Violence and Victims, 4 (4):275-286, 1989.
15. Hamberger, L. K. and Arnold, J. The impact of mandatory arrest on domestic violence perpetrator counseling services. Family Violence Bulletin, 6:10-12, 1990.
16. Hamberger, L. K. and & Hastings, J. E. Recidivism following spouse abuse abatement counseling: Treatment program implications. Violence and Victims,5, (3), 157-169, 1990.
17. Hamberger, L. K. and Hastings, J. E. Personality correlates of men who batter and nonviolent men: Some continuities and discontinuities. Journal of Family Violence, 6:131-147, 1991.
18. Hamberger, L. K. and Hastings, J. E. Racial differences on the MCMI in an outpatient clinical sample. Journal of Personality Assessment, 58:90-95, 1992.
19. Hamberger, L. K., Saunders, D.G., and Hovey, M. The prevalence of domestic violence in community practice and rate of physician inquiry. Family Medicine, 24:283-287, 1992.
20. Barnett, O.W., and Hamberger, L. K. The assessment of maritally violent men on the California Psychological Inventory. Violence and Victims, 7:1-14, 1992.
21. Saunders, D. G., Hamberger, L. K., and Hovey, M. Indicators of woman abuse based on a chart review at a family practice center. Archives of Family Medicine, 2, 537-543, 1993.
22. Hastings, J. E., Hamberger, L. K. Psychosocial modifiers of psychopathology for domestically violent and nonviolent men. Psychological Reports, 74, 112-114, 1994.
23. Hamberger, L. K., Lohr, J. M., & Bonge, D. The intended function of domestic violence is different for arrested male and female perpetrators. Family Violence and Sexual Assault Bulletin, 10, 40-44, 1994.
24. Hamberger, L.K., Lohr, J.M., Bonge, D., & Tolin, D.F. A large sample empirical typology of male spouse abusers and its relationship to dimensions of abuse. Violence and Victims, 11, 277-292, 1996.
25. Hamberger, L.K., Lohr, J.M. Bonge, D., & Tolin, D.F. An empirical classification of motivations for domestic violence. Violence Against Women, 3, 401-423, 1997.
26. Hamberger, L. K. Female offenders in domestic violence: A look at actions in context. Journal of Maltreatment & Trauma, 1, 117-129, 1997.
27. Hamberger, L.K., Ambuel, B., Marbella, A., & Donze, J. Physician interaction with battered women: The women's perspective. Archives of Family Medicine, 8, 575-582, 1998.
28. Hamberger, L.K., Lohr, J.M., & Gottlieb, M. Predictors of Treatment Dropout from a Spouse Abuse Abatement Program. Behavior Modification, 24, 528-552, 2000.
29. Hamberger, L.K. Requests for complete record release: A three-step response protocol. Psychotherapy: Theory, Research, Practice and Training, 37, 89-97,
30. Hamberger, L.K. and Guse, C.E. Men's and Women's Use of Intimate Partner In Clinical Samples. Violence Against Women, 8, 1301 - 1330, 2002.
31. Ambuel, B., Butler, D., Hamberger, L.K., Lawrence, S., & Guse, C. Female and male medical students' exposure to violence: Impact on well-being and perceived capacity to help battered women. Journal of Comparative Family perceived capacity to help battered women. Journal of Comparative Family Studies, 34, 113-135, 2003.
32. Hamberger, L.K., Guse, C., Boerger, J., Minsky, D., Pape, D., & Folsom, C. Evaluation of a healthcare provider training program to identify and help partner violence victims. Journal of Family Violence, 19, 1-11, 2004.
33. Lohr, J.M., Bonge, D., Witte, T.H., Hamberger, L.K., & Langhinrichsen-Rohling, J. Consistency and accuracy of batterer typology identification. Journal of Family Violence, 20, 253-258, 2005.
34. Phelan, M.B., Hamberger, L.K., Guse, C., Edwards, S., Walczak, S., & Zozel, A. Domestic violence among male and female patients seeking emergency medical services. Violence and Victims, 20, 187-206, 2005.
35. Hamberger, L.K., & Guse, C.E. Typology of reactions to intimate partner violence among men and women arrested for partner violence. Violence and Victims, 20, 303-317, 2005.
36. Minsky-Kelly, D., Hamberger, L.K., Pape, D.A., & Wolff, M. We've had the training, now what? Qualitative analysis of barriers to domestic violence screening and referral in a health care setting. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 20, 1288-1309, 2005.
37. Hamberger, L.K., Ambuel, B., & Guse, C. Racial differences in battered women's experiences and preferences for treatment from physicians. Journal of Family Violence, 22, 259-265, 2007.
38. Wolff, M., Hamberger, L.K., Ambuel, B., Ahmed, S., Swain, G.R., Hunter, P., & Smith, D. The development and evaluation of community health competencies for family medicine. Wisconsin Medical Journal, 106, 43-47,
39. Conradi, L., Geffner, R., Hamberger, L.K., & Lawson, G. An exploratory study of women as dominant aggressors of physical violence in their intimate study of women as dominant aggressors of physical violence in their intimate relationships. Journal of Aggression, Maltreatment, and Trauma, 18, 718- 738, 2009.
40. Hamberger, L.K., Guse, C.E., Patel, D., & Griffin, E. Increasing physician inquiry for intimate partner violence in a family medicine setting: Placing a screening prompt on the patient record. Journal of Aggression, Maltreatment, and Trauma, 19, 1-14, 2010.
 
Books, Chapters, and Reviews
1. Hamberger, L. K. and Stone, G. V. Burnout prevention for human service professionals: Proposal for a systematic approach. Journal of Holistic Medicine, 5, (2),149-162, 1983.
2. Baker, L. J., Dearborn, M., Hastings, J. E., and Hamberger, L. K. Type A behavior in women: A review. Journal of Health Psychology, 3 (5): 477-497, 1984.
3. 3 Hamberger, L. K. and Hastings, J. E. Characteristics of male spouse abusers consistent with personality disorders. Hospital and Community Psychiatry, 39, (7): 763-770, 1988.
4. Caesar, P. L. and Hamberger, L. K. Introduction. In P. L. Caesar and L. K. Hamberger (Eds.) Treating men who batter: Theory, practice and programs, New York: Springer, pp. xxvii-xxxvi, 1989.
5. Hamberger, L. K. and Caesar, P. L. Epilogue. In P. L. Caesar and L. K. Hamberger (Eds) Treating men who batter; Theory, practice and programs, New York: Springer, pp. 236-244, 1989.
6. Hamberger, L. K. and Lohr, J. M. Proximal causes of spouse abuse: Cognitive and behavioral factors. In P. L. Caesar and L. K. Hamberger (Eds.) Treating men who batter: Theory, practice and programs, New York: Springer, pp. 53-76, 1989.
7. Hamberger, L. K., Feuerbach, S. P., and Borman, R. J. The secret plague: Violence in the home. Medical Aspects of Human Sexuality, 24:32-39, 1990.
8. Lohr, J. M. and Hamberger, L. K. Cognitive-behavioral aspects of Type A coronary prone behavior pattern: implications for intervention. Journal of Rational-Emotive and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, 8 (1):103-126, 1990.
9. Lohr, J. M. and Hamberger, L. K. Verbal and emotional repertoires in the regulation of dysfunctional behavior. In G. H. Eifert and I. M. Evans (Eds.) Paradigmatic behavior therapy: Critical perspectives on applied social behaviorism, New York: Springer, pp. 153-172, 1990.
10. Hamberger, L. K. Identifying and intervening with men who batter. In M. Hendricks-Matthews (Eds.) Violence Education: Toward A Solution, Kansas City, Missouri: Society of Teacher of Family Medicine, 1992.
11. Hamberger, L. K. and Hastings, J. E. Court mandated treatment for men who batter their partners: Issues, controversies and outcomes. In Z. Hilton (Eds.), Legal responses to wife assault. Beverly Hills, California: Sage, pp. 188-229, 1993.
12. Hamberger, L. K. Panel discussant. In M. K. Hendricks-Matthews and A. Costa (Eds.) Report of the First Ross Roundtable on Critical issues in Family Medicine. Family Violence. Columbus, OH: Ross Laboratories, 1993.
13. Hamberger, L. K. Confronting violence: Role of the individual family physician. American Family Physician, 48, 1012-1014, 1993.
14. Hamberger, L. K. & Holtzworth-Munroe, A. Crisis management in partner violence. In A. Freeman & F. Datillo (Eds.), Cognitive-behavioral approaches to crisis intervention. New York: Guilford Publications, Inc., pp. 302-323, 1994.
15. Hamberger, L. K., Detecting woman abuse in medical practice: What is a physician to do? Female Patient, 19, 29-33, 1994.
16. Hamberger, L.K. & Potente, T., Counseling women arrested for domestic violence: Implications for theory and practice. Violence and Victims, 9, 125-137, 1994.
17. Hamberger, L.K. Expanding paradigms for understanding and intervening into partner violence: Introduction. Violence and Victims, 9, 91-94, 1994.
18. Goeckermann, C.R., Hamberger, L.K., & Barber, K. Issues of Domestic violence unique to rural areas. Wisconsin Medical Journal, September: 473-479, 1994.
19. Chelmowski, M., & Hamberger, L. K. Screening men for domestic violence in your medical practice. Wisconsin Medical Journal, December, 623-626, 1994.
20. Hamberger, L.K., & Ambuel, B. Family Violence: The Medical Response. In Magill's Survey of Medicine: Medical Science. Pasadena, CA: Salem Press, pp. 225-230, 1995.
21. Hamberger, L.K., & Barnett, O.W. Assessment and treatment of men who batter. Innovations in Clinical Practice, 14, 31-54, 1995.
22. Hamberger, L. K. Intervention in gay male intimate violence requires coordinated efforts on multiple levels. Journal of Gay and Lesbian Social Services, 4, 83-91, 1996.
23. Hamberger, L.K. The battered woman: Identification and intervention. The Female Patient, 21, 1-8.
24. Ambuel, B., Hamberger, L.K. & Lahti, J. Partner violence: A systematic approach to identification and intervention in outpatient health care. Wisconsin Medical Journal, May, 292-297. 1996.
25. Hamberger, L.K. Group treatment of men who batter their female partners. In Session, 2, 49-62, 1996.
26. Hastings, J.E., & Hamberger, L.K. Sociodemographic Predictors of Violence. The Psychiatric Clinics of North America, 20, 212-225, 1997.
27. Hamberger, L.K. Cognitive-behavioral treatment of men who batter their partners. Cognitive and Behavioral Practice, 4, 147-169, 1997.
28. Hamberger, L.K., & Ambuel, B. Violence. In M. Mengel & W. Holleman (Eds.), Patient, Doctor and Society. New York: Plenum, 359-380, 1997.
29. Hamberger, L. K. Research concerning wife abuse: Implications for physician training. Journal of Aggression, Maltreatment, & Trauma, 1, 81-96, 1997.
30. Ambuel, B., Hamberger, L.K., & Lahti, J. The Family Peace Project: A model for training health care professionals to identify, treat and prevent partner violence. In L.K. Hamberger, S. Burge, A. Graham, & A. Costa (Eds.), Violence issues for health care educators. Binghamton, NY: Haworth Press, pp 55-82, 1997.
31. Hamberger, L.K. On opening Pandora's Box: Developing violence education curricula for health care educators. Journal of Aggression, Maltreatment and Trauma, 1, 1-10, 1997.
32. Hamberger, L.K., & Ambuel, B. Training Psychology students and professionals to recognize and intervene into partner violence: Borrowing a page from medicine. Psychotherapy, 34, 375-385, 1997.
33. Hamberger, L.K., & Ambuel, B. Dating Violence. Pediatric Clinics of North America, 45, 381-390, 1998.
34. Hamberger, L.K. Domestic violence. In R.E. Rakel (Ed.), Essentials of Family Practice. Philadelphia: W.B. Saunders Company, pp 571-575, 1998.
35. Hamberger, L.K., Vinson, D.C., & Weiss, B.D. Hidden problems. In B.D. Weiss (Ed.)Twenty common problems in primary care. New York: McGraw- Hill, pp. 447-481, 1999.
36. Ambuel, B., & Hamberger, L.K. Domestic violence: In F. McCutchan, D. Sanders, M. Vogel (Eds.), Resource guide for behavioral science educators in family medicine. Kansas City, MO: Society of Teachers of Family Medicine,
37. Hamberger, L.K., & Holtzworth-Munroe, A. Partner violence. In F. Dattilio & A. Freeman (Eds.) Cognitive-behavioral Strategies in Crisis Intervention. New York: Guilford 2nd Edition, pp. 339-361, 2000.
38. Hamberger, L.K., & Ambuel, B. Community collaboration to develop research Programs in partner violence. Journal of Aggression, Maltreatment and Trauma, 4, 239-272, 2000.
39. Hamberger, L.K., & Patel, D. Domestic violence assessments and prevention. Clinics in Family Practice, 3, 93-111, 2001.
40. Holloway, R.L., Ambuel B., Butler, D., Hamberger, L.K., Schmidt, K., Ovide, C., & Ward, R. Who is the assertive practitioner of behavioral medicine in family practice? Clinics in Family Practice, 3, 1-12, 2001.
41. Hamberger, L.K., & Ambuel, B. Spousal abuse in pregnancy. Clinics in Family Practice, 3, 203-224, 2001.
42. Hamberger, L.K. Musings of a State Standards Committee Chair. Journal of Aggression, Maltreatment and Trauma, 5, 265-286, 2001.
43. Hamberger, L.K., & Ambuel, B. Violence. In M.B. Engel, W.L. Holleman & S.A. Fields (Eds.), Fundamentals of Clinical Practice, 2nd Edition, pp. 717- New York: Kluwer Academic/Plenum Publishers, 2002.
44. Hamberger, L.K. The Men's Group Program: A community-based, cognitive- behavioral, profeminist intervention program. In E. Aldarondo & F. Mederos (Eds.), Batterer Intervention Programs: A Handbook for Clinicians, Practitioners, and Advocates. Chapter 7 Kingston, NJ: Civic Research Institute, 2002.
45. Hamberger, L.K., & Phelan, M.B. Screening men for intimate partner Violence in health care settings: Some promises, challenges, and issues. Wisconsin Coalition Against Domestic Violence, 22, 13-15, 2003.
46. Hamberger, L.K., & Patel, D. Why health-care professionals are reluctant to intervene in cases of ongoing domestic abuse. In Kendall-Tackett, K. (Ed.),Health Consequences of Abuse in the Family: A Clinical Guide for Evidence-Based Practice. Washington, D.C.: American Psychological Association, pp. 63-80, 2004.
47. Hamberger, L.K., & Patel, D. Domestic violence. In L.J. Haas (Ed.), The Handbook of Primary Care Psychology. New York: Oxford University Press, pp. 313-328, 2004.
48. Hamberger, L.K., & Hindman, M. Collaborative care of a patient with multiple, chronic physical and emotional health problems. Clinical Case Studies, 4, 139-159, 2005.
49. Hamberger, L.K. Men's and women's use of intimate partner violence in clinical samples: Toward a gender-sensitive analysis. Violence and Victims, 20, 131-151, 2005.
50. Lohr, J.M., Hamberger, L.K., Witte, T.H., & Parker, L.M. Scientific evidence for domestic violence treatment. In J.E. Fisher & W.T. O'Donohue (Eds.), Practitioner's guide to evidence-based psychotherapy. New York: Springer, pp. 258-265, 2006
51. Hamberger, L.K., & Phelan, M.B. Domestic violence screening in medical and mental health care settings: Overcoming barriers to screening, identifying and helping partner violence victims. Journal of Aggression, Maltreatment, and Trauma, 13, 61-99, 2006.
52. Hamberger, L.K. (2007). Preparing the next generation of physicians: Medical school and residency-based intimate partner violence curriculum and evaluation. Trauma, Violence, and Abuse, 8, 214-225.
53. Hamberger, L.K., & Holtzworth-Munroe, A. (2007). Spousal abuse. In F.M. Datilio & A. Freeman (Eds.), Cognitive-behavioral strategies in crisis intervention. New York: The Guilford Press, (3rd edition), pp. 277-29.
54. Phelan, M.B., Hamberger, L.K., Ambuel, B., & Wolff, M. (2007). Screening for intimate partner violence in the health care setting. In K.A. Kendall- Tackett & Giacomoni, S.A. (Eds.), Intimate partner violence. Kingston, NJ: Civic Research Press, pp. 20-1 - 20-28.
55. Witte, T.H., Parker, L.M., Lohr, J.M., & Hamberger, L.K. (2007). Research evidence for the efficacy of psychosocial interventions for intimate partner violence: A critical review of the literature. The Scientific Review of Mental evidence for the efficacy of psychosocial interventions for intimate partner violence: A critical review of the literature. The Scientific Review of Mental Health Practice, 5, 8-20.
56. Hamberger, L.K., & Langhinirchsen-Rohling, J. (2007). Antisocial disorders and domestic violence: Treatment considerations. In A.R. Felthous & H. Sass (Eds.), The international handbook on psychopathic disorders and the law. West Sussex, UK: Wiley, pp. 497-518.
57. Hamberger, L.K. (2008). Twenty-five years of change in working with partner abusers - Part I: Observations from the trenches about community and system-level changes. Journal of Aggression, Maltreatment, and Trauma, 16, 355-375.
58. Hamberger, L.K. (2008). Twenty-five years of change working with partner abusers - Part II: Observations from the trenches about changes in understanding abusers and abuser treatment. Journal of Aggression, Maltreatment, and Trauma, 17, 1-22.
59. Ambuel, B., Phelan, M.B., Hamberger, L.K., & Wolff, M. (2009). Healthcare can change from within: A sustainable model for intimate partner violence intervention and prevention. In V.L. Banyard, V.J. Edwards, & K.A. Kendall- Tackett (Eds.), Trauma and physical health: Understanding the effects of extreme stress and of psychological harm. New York: Routledge, pp. 202-237.
60. Hamberger, L.K., & Holtzworth-Munroe, A. (2009). Psychopathological correlates of male aggression. In K.D. O'Leary & E.M. Woodin (Eds.), Psychological and physical aggression in couples: Causes and interventions. Washington, D.C.: American Psychological Association, pp. 79-98.
61. Hamberger, L.K. (2009). Risk factors for intimate partner violence perpetration: Typologies and characteristics of batterers. In C. Mitchell & D. Anglin (Eds.), Intimate partner violence: A health-based perspective, New York: Oxford University Press, pp. 115-131.
62. Hamberger, L.K., Lohr, J.M., Parker, L.M., & Witte, T. (2009). Treatment approaches for men who batter their partners. In C. Mitchell & D. Anglin (Eds.), Intimate partner violence: A health-based perspective, New York: Oxford University Press, pp.459-471.
63. McCarroll, J.E., & Hamberger, L.K. (2009). Featured interview: Intimate partner violence: Function, treatment and typologies. Joining Forces: Real World Research for Family Advocacy Programs, 11, 1-8.
64. Phelan, M.B., Hamberger, L.K., Ambuel, B., & Wolff, M. (2009). Screening for intimate partner violence in the health care setting. Family and Intimate Partner Violence Quarterly, 1, 339-372.
65. Hamberger, L.K., & Lohr, J.M. Stress and stress management: Research and applications. New York: Springer, 1984
66. Caesar, P.L. and Hamberger, L. K. (Eds.) Treating men who batter: Theory, practice and programs, New York: Springer, 1989.
67. Hamberger, L. K., & Renzetti, C. (Eds.) Domestic partner abuse. New York: Springer, 1996.
68. Hamberger, L. K., Burge, S., Graham, A., & Costa, A. (Eds.), Violence issues for health care educators and providers. Binghamton, NY: The Haworth Press, 1997.
69. Hamberger, L.K., Ovide, C. & Weiner, E.L. Making collaborative connections with medical providers. New York: Springer, 1999.
70. Hamberger, L.K. & Phelan, M.B. Research on domestic violence screening in medical and mental health settings. Monograph (251 pages) written under contract with the Department of Defense, 2002.
71. Hamberger, L.K. (Editorial Consultant). Family violence: Responding to signs of abuse in your patients (2nd Edition). Deerfield Beach, FL: Health Studies Institute, Inc., 2003.
72. Hamberger, L.K., & Phelan, M.B. Domestic violence screening and intervention in medical and mental health settings. New York: Springer,
 
Editorials, Letters to Editor, Other
1. Hamberger, L. K. Book Review: E. Gondolf and T. Russell, Man to man: A guide for men in abusive relationships. Journal of Family Violence, 3 (2),167-168, 1988.
2. Hamberger, L. K. Case Conference Consultant, Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 3 (2),231-237, 1988.
3. Hamberger, L. K. and Arnold, J. Dangerous distinctions between "abuse", "courtship violence", and "battering"! A response to Rouse, Breen, and Howell. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 4 (4), 520-522, 1989.
4. Hamberger, L. K. Letter to the Editor, Family Violence Bulletin, 6:6, 1990.
5. Hamberger, L. K. Comments on Pagelow's myth of psychopathology in woman battering. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 8 (1), 132-136, 1993.
6. Hamberger, L. K. Do batterers have personality disorders? A response. Gay and Lesbian Domestic Violence Network Newsletter, 1 (3), 5-6, 1991.
7. Hamberger, L. K. Book Review: M. Goodman and B. Fallon, Pattern Changing for Abused Women: An Educational Program. Violence Against Women, 3, 84-87,
8. Hamberger, L.K. Book Review: Cloé Madanes' with James Keim and Dinah Smelser, The Violence of Men. Violence and Victims, 12, 397-400, 1997.
9. Ambuel, B., & Hamberger, L.K. Healthcare can change from within: A sustainable model for intimate partner violence intervention and prevention. Trauma Psychology: Newsletter for Division 56 of the American Psychological Association, 3, 10-12, 2008.
10. Hamberger, L.K. Practical tips for collaborating with physician colleagues to help patients heal trauma wounds. Trauma Psychology: Newsletter for Division 56 of the American Psychological Association, 3, 25-26, 2008.
 
Abstracts
1. Hamberger, L. K. The effects of relaxation training, therapist presence or absence and mode of instruction presentation on muscle relaxation. Meeting of the Midwestern Psychological Association, Detroit, MI, p. 30, April 20, 1981.
2. Hamberger, L. K. and Lohr, J. M. The effects of therapist presence and response-contingent feedback in relaxation training. Meeting of the Midwestern Psychological Association, Detroit, MI, pp. 29-30, April 30, 1981.
3. Lohr, J. M., Hamberger, L. K., and Bonge, D. The relationship of factorial validated measures of anger expression and irrational beliefs. Meeting of the Midwestern Psychological Association, Minneapolis, MN, p. 69, May 18, 1982.
4. Hamberger, L. K. and Hastings, J. E. Irrational beliefs underlying Type A behavior: A reasonable assumption? Meeting of the Midwestern Psychological Association, Chicago, IL, p. 79, May 8, 1983.
5. Hamberger, L. K., Surry, J. H., Jannings, C. J. The community as workshop for resident education. Meeting of the Society of Teachers of Family Medicine, Nashville, TN, p. 52, May 15, 1985.
6. Hamberger, L. K. and Hastings, J. E. Personality traits of batterers: Implications for treatment. Meeting of American Society of Criminology, Atlanta, GA, p. 77, October 18, 1985.
7. Barnett, O. W. and Hamberger, L. K. Methodological Issues in Batterer Research. The Third National Family Violence Research Conference. Durham, NH, abstract #37, July 8, 1987.
8. Hamberger, L. K. Using research to develop policy: A case study of intervention with spouse abusers in a small town. Family Violence Research Conference for Practitioners and Policymakers, Durham, NH, pp. 23-24, July 10, 1987.
9. Hamberger, L. K. and Hastings, J. E. Different routes to mandated spouse abuser counseling: Relationship to program compliance. Meeting of the American Society of Criminology. Chicago, IL, p. 24, November 10, 1988.
10. Hamberger, L. K. and Hastings, J. E. Characteristics of male spouse abusers consistent with personality disorders. Psychiat Dig, 3:2-4, 1989.
11. Lefkovitch, B., Feuerbach, S., Hamberger, L. K., and Borman, R. J. Family physicians skills for identification and intervention in intergenerational family violence. Meeting of The American Academy of Family Physicians, Los Angeles, CA, p. 117, September 18-21, 1989.
12. Hamberger, L. K. and Hastings, J. E. Personality structure of batterers and nonbatterers: Qualitative and quantitative differences. (ERIC Document Reproduction Service, No. ED 314657).
13. Hamberger, L. K. and Hastings, J. E. Psychopathology differences between batterers and nonbatterers: Psychosocial modifiers. ERIC Document Reproduction Service, No ED 328804.
14. Hamberger, L. K., and Hastings, J. E. Different routes to mandated spouse abuser counseling II: A cross validation study. Meeting of the American Society of Criminology. Baltimore, MA, pp. 159-160, November 10, 1990.
15. Burge, S. I. and Hamberger, L. K. Non-sexist writing for the scientific author, Primary Care Research Methods and Statistics Conference. San Antonio, TX, pp. 43-45, December 1, 1990.
16. Hamberger, L. K. and Hastings, J. E. Demographic Data Form [HAPI on-line database record]. Pittsburgh, PA: Behavioral Measurement Database Services (Producer). McLean, Virginia: BRS Search Service (on-line Vendor), 1992.
17. Hamberger, L. K. Beware the wolf in sheep's clothing: Confronting myths and realities about domestic violence perpetrators. Society of Teachers of Family Medicine, p. 17, May 6, 1991.
18. Hamberger, L. K., Saunders, D. G., and Hovey, M. Battered women in nonemergency medical settings: Incidence, prevalence and physician interventions. Society of Teachers of Family Medicine, p. 27, May 6, 1991.
19. Hamberger, L. K., and Saunders, D. G. Battered women in nonemergency medical settings: Incidence, prevalence and physician interventions. ERIC Reproduction Service, No. ED 341915.
20. Hamberger, L. K., and Saunders, D. G. Medical diagnostic characteristics differentiating battered and nonbattered outpatient women. Society of Teachers of Family Medicine, p. 42, April 26, 1992.
21. Ambuel, B., Brownell, E.E., Hamberger, L.K., & Lahti, J. The Family Peace Project: A model for teaching the prevention of family violence to medical students and residents. Society of Teachers of Family Medicine, p. 22, May 4, 1994.
22. Hamberger, L.K., and Ambuel, B. Community collaboration to develop clinical and research programs in partner violence. Association for the Advancement of Behavior Therapy, p. 88, 1996.
23. Ambuel, B., & Hamberger, L.K. Medical students' personal exposure to violence. Fifth International Family Violence Research Conference, p. F5, Ambuel, B., & Hamberger, L.K. Training health care professionals to identify partner violence and intervene. Fifth International Family Violence Research Conference, p. F5, 1997.
24. Hamberger, L.K., & Ambuel B. Physician interaction with battered women: The women's perspective. Fifth International Family Violence Research Conference, p. F5,1997.
25. Hamberger, L.K. Predictors of attrition from a domestic violence counseling Program Fifth International Family Violence Research Conference, p. G1,
26. Hamberger, L.K. Community collaboration to develop research programs in partner violence. Program Evaluation and Family Violence Research: An International Conference, Abstract I-1, 1998.
27. Barnett, O.W., Showalter, S., Hamberger, L.K, & Blasey, C.M. Romantic Attachment and interpersonal control factors associated with courtship violence. Sixth International Family Violence Research Conference, Abstract H-3, p. F86, 1999.
28. Hamberger, L.K., & Guse, C. Typology of reactions to partner violence among men and women court-ordered to perpetrator counseling. Eighth International Family Violence Research Conference, Abstract C-5, p. E-28, 1999.
 
Non-Peer Reviewed Educational Products
1. Domestic violence: An introduction for health care professionals. Funded by a grant from Maxishare, Steven Lazoritz, Project Director. 1999.
2. What's Wrong With This Picture? Training Health Professionals to Screen and Help Partner Violence Victims. All Saints Healthcare Systems, Inc. 2000.
3. Domestic violence teaching modules across the lifespan and training years at the Medical College of Wisconsin. Funded by a grant from the Wisconsin Office of Justice Assistance, L. Kevin Hamberger, Project Director. 2001.
4. Dynamics of elder abuse for healthcare providers. Training video produced as part of a video series for the Stop Abuse and Neglect of Elders (SANE) project. Funded by a Healthier Wisconsin Partnerships Grant, Linda Meuerer, Principal Investigator, 2008.
 

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