Toward Evidence-Based Practice with Domestic Violence Perpetrators

@inproceedings{Corvo2008TowardEP,
  title={Toward Evidence-Based Practice with Domestic Violence Perpetrators},
  author={Kenneth N. Corvo and Donald G. Dutton and Wan-Yi Chen},
  year={2008}
}
This review examines the policy and practice of interventions with male perpetrators of domestic violence in light of the widely accepted principles of evidence-based practice. Thus far, these policies and practices have enjoyed immunity from the external, empirical accountability available through implementing the findings from evaluations research and other empirical practice analyses. This immunity is supported by a policy framework where, for example, the state certifying agencies may… CONTINUE READING

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