This webinar will help attendees understand the basic dynamics that lead to child abuse, sex trafficking, and domestic violence. The presenters will discuss the cyclical nature of these types of victimizations and the connective factors that cause these to link together as a spectrum of violence. Attendees wil gain insight into best practices in response to these types of victimizations as well as best practices in movement toward a more comprehensive approach in addressing these survivors and their healing process (2020).
This BWJP webinar explains the difference between adolescent domestic battery and intimate partner violence, and the need for an alternative system and treatment response to this issue (2019).
This BWJP webinar provides a particular focus on girls charged with any home-based assault (simple assault, domestic battery, assault against as family member) to understand the context of those offenses and how supporting girls and their families can avoid their arrests and detentions (2019).
This BWJP webinar introduces coercive control as a practical model to improve assessment with women and children and as a political model to address violence against women as a “liberty crime” (2019).
This BWJP webinar provides an introduction to and overview of Johnson’s typology, including a critical evaluation and discussion of how it can be applied in research and practice based on current research. It also discusses findings from a study that evaluates different methods for identifying coercive control and classifying the types of violence in research (2019).
The crime of domestic violence is complex and law enforcement officers often feel frustrated and discouraged when responding. Officers provide as much support to victims as possible, but when equipped with a better understanding of the nuances and dynamics of this intimate partner crime, they can more effectively address victims’ needs and hold offenders accountable. This video highlights the realities and complexities of domestic violence and provides strategies for effective investigations.
This Genesis Women’s Shelter & Support webinar covers the many reasons why women stay in abusive relationships, including safety concerns and lack of resources, as well as ways that family and friends can support women regardless of their choice to stay or leave (Uploaded 2020).
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).
The ruralness of domestic & intimate partner violence: Prevalence, provider knowledge gaps, & healthcare costs
This study compares rates of domestic violence among rural and non-rural areas.Additionally, it looks at gaps in provider knowledge and how that negatively impacts victims and survivors (2018).