These readings are for anyone interested in learning more about domestic violence, trauma, and mental health.
- Thinking About Trauma in the Context of DV Advocacy: An Integrated Approach
- Intimate Partner Violence and Lifetime Trauma
- Prevalence of Intimate Partner Violence and Other Lifetime Trauma Among Women Seen in Mental Health Settings
To learn more, we also recommend the following sources:
American Medical Association, (1995). Diagnostic and Treatment Guidelines on Mental Health Effects of Family Violence. http://corpwell.net/Bstore/Downloads/AMA-mentaleffects.pdf
Pease, T. (2009). Reflective Leadership as a Strategy for Accountability, The Voice: The Journal of the Battered Women’s Movement, 4-6. http://www.ncadv.org/files/Accountability%20Issue%20Spring%202009.pdf
Warshaw, C., Brashler, P. & Gill, J. (2009). Mental health consequences of intimate partner violence. In C. Mitchell and D. Anglin (Eds.), Intimate Partner Violence: A Health Based Perspective. New York: Oxford University Press.
Warshaw, C. & Brashler P. (2009). Mental health treatment for survivors of domestic violence. In C. Mitchell and D. Anglin (Eds.), Intimate Partner Violence: A Health Based Perspective. New York: Oxford University Press.
Warshaw, C. (2008). Changing Theory, Changing Practice. In E. Morrison (Ed.), Health Care Ethics: Critical Issues for the 21st Century (2nd ed.) (pp. 365-381). Sudbury, Massachusetts: Jones and Bartlett.
Warshaw, C. (2008). Domestic Violence, Trauma and Mental Health. In C. Renzetti & J. Edleson (Eds.), Encyclopedia on Interpersonal Violence. Thousand Oaks, California: Sage.
Warshaw, C., Taft, A. & McCosker, H. (2005). Educating health professionals: changing attitudes and overcoming barriers. In G. Roberts, K. Hegarty & G. Feder (Eds.), Intimate Partner Abuse and Health Professionals: Old Problems, New Approaches (pp.61-77). Oxford, England: Elsevier.
Warshaw, C., Gugenheim, A.M., Moroney, G., & Barnes, H. (2003). Fragmented Services, Unmet Needs: Building Collaboration Between The Mental Health And Domestic Violence Communities, Health Affairs, (22)5, 230-234. doi: 10.1377/hlthaff.22.5.230. http://content.healthaffairs.org/content/22/5/230.full
Warshaw, C., Moroney, G. (2002). Mental Health and Domestic Violence: Collaborative Initiatives, Service Models, and Curricula. Chicago: Domestic Violence & Mental Health Policy Initiative.
Warshaw, C., Moroney, G., Barnes, H. (2003). Report on Mental Health Issues & Service Needs in Chicago Area Domestic Violence Advocacy Programs. Chicago: Domestic Violence & Mental Health Policy Initiative.
Warshaw, C. & Ganley, A.L. (1998). Improving the Health Care Response to Domestic Violence: A Resource Manual for Health Care Providers. http://www.futureswithoutviolence.org/section/our_work/health/_health_material/_resource_manual
Wolf Markham, D. (2003). Mental Illness and Domestic Violence: Implications for Family Law Litigation. Journal of Poverty Law & Policy, 23-35. http://www.povertylaw.org/clearinghouse-review/issues/2003/20030515/500941