Mental Health Professionals
Stressors of Rape Crisis Work from the Perspectives of Advocates with and without Sexual Assault Victimization History
Women of Color Student Survivors’ Perceptions of Campus Sexual Assault Prevention Programming
The Role of Mental Health Courts in Mitigating Family Violence
Can Justice System Interventions Prevent Intimate Partner Homicide? An Analysis of Rates of Help-Seeking Prior to Fatality
In the United States, 32.9% of women are physically abused by an intimate partner in their lifetimes and one-quarter of women report severe intimate partner violence (IPV) in their lifetimes (Black et al., 2010). IPV leads to physical injury, ongoing physical and mental health problems, and homicide (Campbell, 2002; Devries et al., 2013; Kwako et al., 2011; Ruiz-Pérez, Plazaola-Castaño, Del, & Río-Lozano, 2007; Tadegge, 2008).