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Domestic violence and mental health [E-Book] / edited by Louise M. Howard, Gene Feder and Roxane Agnew-Davies
People with mental health problems are more likely to be victims of domestic violence than the general population. This book gives practical guidance on how mental health professionals can identify and respond to domestic violence experienced by their patients. It covers the prevalence of domestic v...
|Personal Name(s):||Howard, Louise, editor|
|Feder, Gene, editor / Agnew-Davies, Roxanne, editor|
Royal College of Psychiatrists,
1 online resource (v, 113 pages)
- Preface. Chapter 1: Prevalence and physical health impact of domestic violence. Chapter 2: Domestic violence and mental health. Chapter 3: Identifying domestic violence experienced by mental health service users. Chapter 4: Initial responses for mental health professionals responding to domestic violence experienced by mental health service users. Chapter 5: Interventions for mental health service users experiencing domestic violence. Chapter 6: Medico-legal issues. Appendix 1: CAADA Risk Identification Checklist (RIC) and Quick-Start Guidance for Domestic Abuse, Stalking and 'Honour'-Based Violence. Appendix 2: Resources and directory of services.