Each story begins with an introduction to the child and their family and friends.
Click the “Next” arrow to advance through the story.
We also owe a debt of gratitude to both Jennifer Witt and Kevin Bullock of the Minnesota Center Against Violence and Abuse who volunteered time and creativity to make learning module is designed for you to use at your own pace.
The “Extras” tab contains links to the , short audio programs, additional readings, links to external websites, references, and other resources for additional study. Domestic violence: prevalence in pregnant women and associations with physical and psychological health. is the result of many contributors' ideas about the experiences and needs of children exposed to domestic violence. We would like to thank the adult survivors of childhood exposure who contributed both through an online survey and as participants in our National Roundtable. An evaluation of police compliance with domestic ivolence documentation policy reform: Improving the identification of exposed children. The left side of each screen contains the key issues and promising practices reflected in each diary page and ideas to consider when you are working with children exposed to domestic violence. You can click the diary icons on the bottom right corner of the screen to switch between children. You may also view the themes and associated content by clicking the “Themes” tab at the top of the page.