The following are resources that address treatment for adult victims.
Addressing Histories of Trauma and Victimization Through Treatment (PDF - 96 KB)
Discusses how programs can address histories of trauma and victimization in incarcerated women with co-occurring disorders.
Assessment and Intervention With Parents to Stabilize Children Who Have Witnessed Violence
Ziegler & Weidner
Journal of Family Violence, 21(2), 2006
Discusses how assessment and treatment with parents can be used to aid in the recovery of their children who have witnessed domestic violence.
Battered Women and Their Families: Intervention Strategies and Treatment Programs
Provides information on the most effective policies, programs, and intervention strategies for helping battered women and their families escape an abusive relationship and improve their quality of life.
Parent-Child Interaction Therapy With Domestic Violence Populations
Borrego, Gutow, Reicher, & Barker
Journal of Family Violence, 23(6), 2008
Describes and presents a rationale for the use of a relationship-based intervention for treating women who experience violence and children who witness violence.
Violence Against Women, Volume II
Zorza (Ed.) (2004)
Considers policies, practices, and legal developments related to interpersonal violence, including a review of medical and psychological treatment programs.