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Domestic Violence /Batterer’s Intervention Program

The Domestic Violence Batterer’s Intervention Program is a 36 week that provides intervention and counseling that focuses on alternatives to aggression, and strives to maximize abuser accountability, while not compromising victim and child safety. RTT Associates, LLC follows the Domestic Violence guidelines identified in the New Hampshire Judicial Branch Family Division and District Court Domestic Violence Protocols.


  • Educate abusers about treating partners with respect;
  • Hold individual abusers accountable for ending the violence; and
  • Enhance victim and child safety.

During the 36 week Domestic Violence Batterer’s Intervention Program, individuals learn about and are assessed to determine they have an understanding and are successfully implementing coping strategies in the following areas:

  • Defining abusive behavior and its alternatives
  • The impact of abusive choices on self and others
  • Male/Female socialization
  • Beliefs and attitudes as reflected in language
  • Oppression and its violent consequences
  • Myths and realities about why people batter
  • Gaining control by giving up control over others
  • Stages of Change
  • Is there a demonstration of Empathy?
  • Managing one’s own stress
  • The Cycle of Violence
  • Substance Abuse and domestic violence
  • Intergenerational transmission of abuse and its alternatives
  • Parenting skills, including the impact of abuse on children
  • Developing social supports
  • Equal partnership
  • Intimacy, physical and emotional
  • Has the client identified and implemented a Relapse Prevention Plan
  • Acceptance of Responsibility of one’s own anger

Two Locations

Feel free to visit us at any of our three New Hampshire locations.

Southern New Hampshire

Manchester Office
834 Elm Street, Third Floor
Manchester, NH 03101
Telephone: (603) 668-6505
Fax: (603) 622-0498

Central New Hampshire

Concord Office
PO Box 3713
Concord, NH 03302-3713
Telephone: (603) 545-9042
Fax: (603) 219-0040