Common Mental Health Correlates of Domestic Violence

  title={Common Mental Health Correlates of Domestic Violence},
  author={Gina Robertiello},
  • Gina Robertiello
  • Published 2006
This article is a review of the research literature on mental health correlates of domestic violence, with an emphasis on posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD). It was done to develop clues,symptoms,andindicatorssothatpractitioners inmentalhealthorcriminal justicecould become alert to indicators of the onset and severity of depression, anxiety disorders, substance abuse, and/or PTSD among battered women. [Brief Treatment and Crisis Intervention 6:111–121 (2006)] 
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