Newsletter 2016 Summer / Fall Edition
New Resource – Trauma-Informed Approaches for LGBQT* Survivors of Intimate Partner Violence: A Review of Literature and a Set of Practice Observations
At present, there are few, if any, documented LGBQT*-specific models of trauma-informed practice. These two companion documents on Trauma-Informed Approaches for LGBQT* Survivors of Intimate Partner Violence – a Review of Literature and a Set of Practice Observations – were … Continue reading →
While research suggests there may be a relationship between experiencing intimate partner violence and using substances, prevalence studies tell us little about why this may occur. Recent research on substance use coercion provides insights into ways that abusive partners utilize … Continue reading →
New Resource – The Mental Health Factor in DV Custody Cases: Results from A Brief Survey of Lawyers Who Represent DV Survivors
The National Center on Domestic Violence, Trauma & Mental Health (NCDVTMH) administered a brief survey to a pool of lawyers who represent domestic violence (DV) survivors in custody cases. The survey asked lawyers about their experiences with the opposing party … Continue reading →
NCDVTMH is pleased to launch a webinar series on Trauma-Informed Responses to Emotional Distress and Crisis. Please read on below to learn about the series and view webinar recordings! Missed a webinar? We have over 40 webinar recordings accessible through … Continue reading →
This guide is designed for staff in domestic violence programs and provides practical guidance for supporting parents affected by domestic violence in their parenting. Using core principles and strategies, the guide helps frame an approach that is aimed at enhancing … Continue reading →
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