Domestic Violence: Learning Resources

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Here are examples of resources developed specifically for frontline practitioners, and at the end there is a research review that brings together findings from a broad range of academic work into the experiences of children experiencing Domestic Violence: 
 

Violence in young people's relationships: Frontline Briefing (2016)

FRONTLINE RESOURCES
PUBLISHED: APRIL 2016

This briefing examines the prevalence and causes of violence and abuse in both adolescent and adolescent to parent relationships. It identifies common protective factors and makes recommendations for practice as well as helping practitioners understand how they might be able to n
 

Violence in young people's relationships: Frontline Tool (2016)

FRONTLINE RESOURCES
PUBLISHED: APRIL 2016

This summary of recommendations for engaging with young people experiencing relationship abuse, developed by SafeLives, accompanies the full briefing. The briefing examines the prevalence and causes of violence and abuse in both adolescent and adolescent to parent relationships.
 
Parental mental illness, domestic abuse and drug and alcohol misuse correlate highly with parents’ experiences of abuse, neglect and attachment disorganisation in childhood.
 
PUBLISHED: 2011

Children Experiencing Domestic Violence: A Research Review

This research review explores the research and evidence around children’s experience of domestic violence and the role of multiagency service responses and interventions. 

It includes findings on prevalence and patterns of abuse, effects on children’s development, and the interaction with parenting and children’s health and well-being, as well as looking at violence in young people’s intimate relationships.

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