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Power and Control Wheels

According to the Domestic Abuse Intervention Program (DAIP), physical violence is one form of intimate partner violence. It is characterized by the pattern of actions that an individual uses to intentionally control or dominate one’s intimate partner. That is why the words “power and control” are in the center of the wheel. A batterer systematically uses threats, intimidation, and coercion to instill fear in his partner. These behaviors are the spokes of the wheel. Physical and sexual violence holds it all together—this violence is the rim of the wheel.

DAIP created an Equality Wheel in contrast to the Power & Control Wheel to help intimate partners understand what it means to be involved in a healthy relationship. To learn more about how the two wheels can be used together visit the DAIP website.

Power & Control Wheel        Equality Wheel

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