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CPAIP Test References

Recommended Study Materials

The following references support the questions on this examination. They are available online from Amazon.com or Barnes and Noble as well as directly from the publishers. These books also may be available at retail stores and in public and academic libraries.

CDVP selected the following references as the best available sources to represent knowledge and competencies that should be familiar to a certified professional. While these references support questions in content areas important to safe and effective practice, ICDVP does not recommend any particular service model or endorse every statement in these sources. However, ICDVP affirms that domestic violence professionals should be familiar with the issues addressed in these sources.

Bancroft, Lundy & Silverman, Jay G. The Batterer as Parent, 2nd Edition (2012). Sage Series on Violence Against Women. Publisher: Sage Publications. Website: www.sagepub.com

Pence, Ellen, and Paymar, Michael. Education Groups for Men Who Batter: The Duluth Model (1993). Publisher: Springer Publishing Company

Wilson, K.J. When Violence Begins at Home, 2nd Edition (2005). Publisher: Hunter House Inc., Publishers Website: www.hunterhouse.com

Additional References

1. Bergen, Raquel K., "Marital Rape: New Research and Directions." 2006. National Resource Center on Domestic Violence (NRCDV).

2. Illinois Domestic Violence Act Revised 2015. Illinois Coalition Against Domestic Violence

3. Illinois Administrative Code 501, Partner Abuse Intervention. Illinois Department of Social Services. 2014.

4. A Manual for Mandated Reporters (2015). Illinois Department of Children and Family Services

5. Reporting Adult Abuse: What Professionals Need to Know (2014). Illinois Department on Aging

6. Russell, Jan. Orders of Protection/Enforcement of Orders of Protection. Available in pdf format.

7. Safety & Sobriety: Best Practices in Domestic Violence and Substance Abuse (2005). Illinois Department of Human Services, Domestic Violence/Substance Abuse Interdisciplinary Task Force.