Domestic Violence

Book Review: After the Cradle Falls: What Child Abuse Is, How We Respond To It, And What You Can Do About It more

Reviews & Commentary

Disabled women are at significant risk of experiencing severe domestic violence. Social workers must become informed about the issue and work to become better allies. more

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Book review of Domestic Abuse, Child Custody, and Visitation. more

Reviews & Commentary

Book review of Bonded to the Abuser. more

Reviews & Commentary

Life, Interrupted - a poem. more

Creative Work

Crisis Plan

Stephanie March

When I found myself in a dangerous relationship, and later fleeing from that relationship, there were many social workers instrumental in saving my life. My therapist was a licensed social worker, and it was her caring and gentle yet firm demeanor more

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Social workers are mandated reporters of suspected child maltreatment in all 50 states. The same is not true of requirements to report elder abuse or intimate partner violence. more

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Book review of Gender Inclusive Treatment of Intimate Partner Abuse, by John Hamel. more

Reviews & Commentary Provides Searchable Domestic Violence Shelter Database

The new website at has launched to provide consumers the first online searchable domestic violence provider database. more

Social Work News

Abusive relationships and their origins were examined in a play staged in Apl 2014 by the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee’s Helen Bader School of Social Welfare (HBSSW). The Milwaukee premiere of Surviving the Cycle was performed by 17 college more


One violent person without treatment can create a significant number of victims in his or her lifetime. Hostility reduction groups focus on helping participants share the struggle and move in the direction of decisions that eliminate thinking errors more


Twenty years ago, little empirical knowledge about intimate partner violence existed, conceptual explanations for relationship violence were not well thought out, and social workers were ill trained for dealing with the problem. Domestic violence, at more

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