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2022-07-06

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Kathryn W. Doyle, Jennifer A. Knetig, Katherine M. Iverson

ABSTRACT

Purpose of reviewIndividuals experiencing mental health difficulties are at heightened risk for experiencing past and recent intimate partner violence (IPV), including sexual, psychological, and physical violence and/or stalking, from an intimate partner. Yet, mental health clinicians often report limited knowledge about IPV, especially best clinical practices for identifying and addressing IPV experiences in routine mental health care.Recent findingsThis paper reviews literature on IPV experiences, including prevalence, linkages with mental health problems, considerations for vulnerable populations, and evidence-based practices for screening, assessment, and intervention for IPV in the context of mental health care. These practices are rooted in trauma-informed and person-centered care principles and emphasize safety and empowerment.SummaryWe conclude by commenting on common clinician challenges and considerations for case conceptualization for individuals experiencing IPV. More... »

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280-300

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