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Intimate partner violence.
The phrase intimate partner violence encompasses a pattern of psychological and emotional abuse, physical abuse, sexual abuse, and stalking between past or present intimate romantic partners.Expand
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Training Counseling Psychologists as Social Justice Agents
Despite recent calls for counseling psychology to embrace social justice-oriented work, there has been little discussion about what such work actually looks like. The first part of this articleExpand
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Assessing Traumatic Event Exposure: General Issues and Preliminary Findings for the Stressful Life Events Screening Questionnaire
This article reviews the psychometric properties of the Stressful Life Events Screening Questionnaire (SLESQ), a recently developed trauma history screening measure, and discusses the complexitiesExpand
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Prevalence of HIV, hepatitis B, and hepatitis C in people with severe mental illness.
OBJECTIVES This study assessed seroprevalence rates of HIV, hepatitis B virus (HBV), and hepatitis C virus (HCV) among individuals with severe mental illness. METHODS Participants (n = 931) wereExpand
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No Safe Haven: Male Violence Against Women at Home, at Work, and in the Community
The Culture and Context of Male Violence Against Women Understanding the Perpetrator and the Victim - Who Abuses and Who is Abused? The Prevalence of Intimate Violence - Physical and PsychologicalExpand
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Coercion in Intimate Partner Violence: Toward a New Conceptualization
For decades, battered women’s advocates have placed coercive control squarely at the center of their analysis of intimate partner violence. Yet, little work has been done to conceptualize and measureExpand
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Outcomes of Single Versus Multiple Trauma Exposure in a Screening Sample
Most studies ignore prior trauma exposure when evaluating outcomes of target events. This study explored symptom severity associated with different types of traumatic experiences occurring alone andExpand
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Trauma, PTSD, and the course of severe mental illness: an interactive model
Traumatic life events, as defined by DSM-IV, are common among persons with severe mental illnesses (SMI) such as schizophrenia. Limited evidence suggests concomitantly high rates of posttraumaticExpand
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Recent Victimization in Women and Men with Severe Mental Illness: Prevalence and Correlates
The problem of violence against individuals with severe mental illness (SMI) has received relatively little notice, despite several studies suggesting an exceptionally high prevalence ofExpand
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The Intimate Partner Violence Strategies Index
Although research has documented the myriad ways that victims of IPV struggle to keep themselves safe, little research has gone the next step to investigate patterns in women’s use of strategies, theExpand
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