This review compiles the results of six studies to determine the effectiveness of couple therapy as a treatment for violence (2016).
This research summary examines domestic violence program effectiveness across the country, and provides the opportunity for other DV programs to secure continued support for proven programs and practices (2013).
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 study details the research provided on personality disorders and their relationship to violence. However, most research has solely focused on personality disorder diagnoses, and has ignored the correlation with violence. This paper outlines the necessity to combine the two methodologies in order to conduct better risk assessments (2016).
This study assesses the opinions and practices of primary care physicians caring for rural women with regard to IPV identification. Semi-structured interviews were conducted with family practitioners and Ob-Gyns in rural, central Pennsylvania, and were analyzed for major themes (2015).
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 paper examines the various themes centered on the impacts of witnessing domestic violence on children, including emotional systems, internalizing behaviors, and cognitive dysregulation (2017).
This article focuses on Hispanic and Latino immigrant populations, and the barriers they face in domestic violence disputes, including language differences, financial dependence, and social isolation (2018).
This study analyzes the effects of child abuse and domestic violence exposure in childhood on adolescent internalizing and externalizing behaviors (2010).
This research brief examines peers and the extent to which they can contribute to their risk for and protection against dating violence (2014).