This toolkit provides trauma-informed guidance on integrating questions about mental health and substance use coercion into routine mental health and substance use histories and into in-depth IPV assessments in primary care and behavioral health settings (2018).
This article dispels the myth that abusers harm their partners because they are suffering from a mental illness. While mental illness can play a role in abusive relationships, the author states that abusive behavior and mental illness are two separate entities in an intimate partner relationship (2015).
This BWJP webinar explores the usual, negative systemic response to violence survivors who have a history of substance abuse, and provides suggestions for improvement (2018).
This article discusses the unnecessary, violent procedures used during childbirth, resulting in decreased agency for patients and the delivery of lower-quality care (2018).
The authors seek to provide a review of literature to disentangle what is known about bi-directional IPV patterns in military and veteran populations (2017).
This research examines four different types of abuse and the mental health ramifications of each form, including PTSD, depression, and anxiety (2008).
This study focuses solely on physical IPV by males, and addresses the mental health consequences faced by victims (2016).
This study explores the phenomenon of DV in an underserved rural Texas county with emphasis on the experiences of selected residents. The factors discussed in this study include social control, law enforcement, churches, and community attitudes, all of which were factors contributing to isolation (August 2002).