Traumatic events, especially those involving violence between people, have been found to be significant risk factors for the development of a variety of psychiatric disorders, including eating disorders—particularly those involving bulimic symptoms, such as binge eating and purging (2017).
This paper presents various therapeutic interventions for women experiencing intimate partner violence, as well as treatments for perpetrators (2016).
This article examines the relationship between childhood abuse and eating disorders. Treatment for someone who has an eating disorder and is also a survivor of abuse must take all issues into account (2020).
This webinar, provided by Genesis Women’s Shelter & Support, unpacks the components of the Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) triangle and how it can be used effectively in work with clients (Uploaded 2020).
This webinar from the National Alliance for Safe Housing highlights the District Alliance for Safe Housing’s use of flex funding to swiftly provide cash assistance to address survivor’s housing barriers; Minnesota’s Coalition for Battered Women’s use of flex funding as a strategy for increasing survivors’ economic empowerment; and the Washington State Coalition Against Domestic Violence’s incorporation of flex funding as a core component of their DV Housing First Model. Emphasis will be on survivor choice in identifying what they needed as a core component of flexible financial assistance (2019).
This report examines the effectiveness of the National Domestic Violence Hotline, as well as Love Is Respect’s online resources(2020).