The new immigrant women in Taiwan often face difficulties stemming from immigration adjustment, societal oppression, marital inequality, conflict with spouse and in-laws, and parenting problems. As a result, they are at a high risk for domestic violence. There is a call for psychologists to be “advocates” for social justice. The new immigrant battered women, having a “double disadvantage”, especially need social justice oriented counseling. This paper thus first explored the factors and difficulties relating to domestic violence faced by new immigrant women. Literatures in the area of multiculturalism and social justice counseling were then reviewed and integrated. Two social justice informed counseling models were introduced, namely, the “multi-level model of psychotherapy” developed for immigrants from diverse cultural backgrounds, and the “empowerment process model” targeting victims of domestic violence. Finally, implications for practice and research with battered new immigrant women were discussed.