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September 2015

Promising Practices and Model Programs: Trauma-Informed Approaches to Working with Survivors of Domestic and Sexual Violence and Other Trauma

Author(s): Carole Warshaw, Mary Fabri, Eleanor Lyon, Heather Phillips
This report compiles comprehensive information about how programs are currently conceptualizing trauma-informed and trauma-specific work and how this translates into enhanced or improved services for survivors of domestic and sexual violence.
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December 2014

How Gender Stereotypes and Stigma Associated with Mental Health & Substance Use Impact Survivors of Domestic Violence & Sexual Assault

Author(s): Carole Warshaw, Rachel White-Domain
This brief report discusses two stereotypes that negatively impact survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault in legal proceedings. The first is that women who have mental health conditions or substance abuse issues are not credible when disclosing abuse. The second is that women with these conditions cannot also be good parents.
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March 2014

Mental Health and Substance Use Coercion Surveys

Author(s): Carole Warshaw, Eleanor Lyon, Patricia J. Bland, Heather Phillips, Mikisha Hooper
This report describes two surveys of callers to the National Domestic Violence Hotline. One survey was on mental health coercion and the other was on substance use coercion. The surveys showed that both types of abuse were prevalent among hotline callers.
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April 2013

Domestic Violence, Mental Health & Trauma: Research Highlights

Author(s): Carole Warshaw, Holly Barnes
This paper presents findings from several studies demonstrating that women who experience domestic violence are more at risk for mental health problems.
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February 2013

A Systematic Review of Trauma-Focused Interventions for Domestic Violence Survivors

Author(s): Carole Warshaw, Cris M. Sullivan, Echo A. Rivera
This literature review provides an analysis of nine trauma-based treatments specifically designed or modified for survivors of domestic violence, along with caveats and recommendations for research and practice going forward.
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September 2002

Mental Health and Domestic Violence: Collaborative Initiatives, Service Models, and Curricula

Author(s): Carole Warshaw, Gabriela Moroney
Describes concerns of state domestic violence coalitions and mental health providers and/or agencies and provides model initiatives and programs that have begun the work of responding to the mental health needs of battered women and their children.
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January 1998

Improving the Health Care Response to Domestic Violence: A Resource Manual for Health Care Providers

Author(s): Carole Warshaw, Anne L. Ganley
This resource manual provides information about domestic violence and tools for identification and intervention by health care practitioners.
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Fragmented Services, Unmet Needs: Building Collaboration Between The Mental Health And Domestic Violence Communities

Author(s): Carole Warshaw, Ada Mary Gugenheim, Gabriela Moroney, Holly Barnes
This report describes the initial focus and work of the Domestic Violence & Mental Health Policy Initiative (DVMHPI), a Chicago-based project that was founded in 1999 to build the capacity of Chicago-area service systems to provide accessible, culturally relevant, and DV- and trauma-informed services.