The National Center on Domestic Violence, Trauma & Mental Health provides training, support, and consultation to advocates, mental health and substance abuse providers, legal professionals, and policymakers as they work to improve agency and systems-level responses to survivors and their children.
This BWJP webinar focuses on strategies for working with LGBTQ survivors of violence, with an emphasis on service members and veterans (2014).
This research study focuses on a treatment program that may be useful for victims of IPV that have already left the dangerous environment (2012).
This study details the increased risk of mental health problems among female victims of domestic violence. The paper focuses primarily on depression and psychotic symptoms among DV victims (2015).
We talk today with Julie Owens, a victim advocate who survived the domestic violence of attempted murder. For three decades she has consulted and trained nationally and internationally for organizations, governments, and professionals. She created a domestic violence crisis team for ERs and a transitional shelter before directing DV trauma therapy research at the National Center for PTSD. Julie consults and trains independently for organizations including the Office for Victims of Crime, the National Human Trafficking Center, and Bank of America. Her focus is survivor-centered, trauma informed victim advocacy in secular and faith-based settings. Content warnings for this episode include abuse, physical and sexual violence (2020).