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Supervised visitation (or access) is the evolving social service providing scheduled contact between the child(ren) in a family and the child(ren)'s biological, adoptive or other relative in the presence of a third party (Straus, l995 ; Wright, 2001). Historically, supervised visitation services have been provided in child welfare situations where a child(More)
Applied Research papers synthesize and interpret current research on violence against women, offering a review of the literature and implications for policy and practice. " Although there is a need for much more practice experience and research, our current knowledge of risk factors for continued abuse of women and children means that decision-makers must(More)
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