Resources- Bibliography, Organizations, Programs
Appel, A.E., & Holden, G.W. (1998). Co-occurring spouse and child abuse: Implications for CPS practice. APSAC Advisor, 11(1), 11-14.
Appel, A.E., & Holden, G.W. (1998). The co-occurrence of spouse and physical child abuse: Areview and appraisal. Journal of Family Psychology, 12(4), 578-599.
Avery, L., Hutchinson, K.D., & Whitaker, K. (2002). Domestic violence and intergenerationalrates of child sexual abuse: A case record analysis. Child & Adolescent Social WorkJournal, 19(1), 77-90.
Bala, N. (2000). A differentiated legal approach to the effects of spousal abuse on children:Canadian context. Journal of Aggression, Maltreatment and Trauma, 3(1), 301-328.
Beeman, S.K., Hagemeister, A.K., & Edleson, J.L. (1999). Child protection and batteredwomen's services: From conflict to collaboration. Child Maltreatment, 4(2), 116-126.
Beeman, S.K., Hagemeister, A.K., & Edleson, J.L. (2001). Case assessment and service receipt in families experiencing both child maltreatment and woman battering. Journal ofInterpersonal Violence, 16(5), 437-458.
Berliner, L. (1998). Introduction to the commentary: Battered women and abused children: Thequestion of responsibility. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 13(2), 287-288.
Berman, H. (2000). The relevance of narrative research with children who witness war and children who witness woman abuse. Journal of Aggression, Maltreatment and Trauma,3(1), 107-125.
Bevan, E., & Higgins, D.J. (2002). Is domestic violence learned? The contribution of five formsof child maltreatment to mens violence and adjustment. Journal of Family Violence,17(3), 223-245.
Black, D., & Newman, M. (2000). Children: Secondary victims of domestic violence. In Y.S.
Arieh (Eds.), International handbook of human response to trauma: The Plenum series on stress and coping, (pp. 129-138). New York: Kluwer Academic/Plenum Publishers.
Black, D., & Newman, M. (1996). Children and domestic violence: A review. Clinical Child Psychology & Psychiatry, 1(1), 79-88.
Bowen, K. (2000). Child abuse and domestic violence in families of children seen for suspected sexual abuse. Clinical Pediatrics, 39(1), 33-40.
Bowen, L.K., Gwiasda, V., & Brown, M.M. (2004). Engaging community Residents to prevent violence. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 19(3), 356-367.
Bowker, L.H. Arbitell, M., & McFerron, J.R. (1998). On the relationship between wife beating and child abuse. In Y. Kersti (Eds.), Feminist perspectives on wife abuse, (pp. 158-174).Newbury Park, CA: Sage.
Browne, K.D., & Hamilton, C.E. (1999). Police recognition of the links between spouse abuse and child abuse. Child Maltreatment: Journal of the American Professional Society onthe Abuse of Children, 4(2), 136-147.
Budde, S., & Schene, P. (2004). Informal social support interventions and their role in violence prevention: An agenda for future evaluation. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 19(3),341-355.
Caetano, R., Field, C., & Nelson, S. (2003). Association between childhood physical abuse, exposure to parental violence, and alcohol problems in adulthood. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 18(3), 240-257.
Carlson, B.E., McNutt, L.A., & Choi, D.Y. (2003). Childhood and adult abuse among women in primary health care: Effects on mental health. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 18(8),924-941.
Carter, L.S., Weithorn, L.A., & Behrman, R.E. (1999). Domestic violence and children: Analysis and recommendations. Future of Children, 9(3), 4-20.
Chamberlain, L. (2001). Domestic violence and child abuse: Ten lessons learned in rural Alaska.Policy & Practice of Public Human Services, 59(1), 32-38.
Clark, S. (1998). Prospective family predictors of aggression toward female partners for at-riskyoung men. Developmental Psychology, 34(6), 1175-1188.
Conte, J.R., & Savage, S.B. (2003). Concluding observations. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 18(4), 452-468.
Cox, C.E., Kotch, J.B., & Everson, M.D. (2003). A longitudinal study of modifying influences in the relationship between domestic violence and child maltreatment. Journal of FamilyViolence, 18(1), 5-17.
Cunningham, S.M. (2003). The joint contribution of experiencing and witnessing violence during childhood on child abuse in the parent role. Violence & Victims, 18(6), 619-639.
Daro, D., Edleson, J.L., & Pinderhughes, H. (2004). Finding common ground in the study of child maltreatment, youth violence, and adult domestic violence. Journal of interpersonalViolence, 19(3), 282-298.
Dembo, R., Wothke, W., Shemwell, M., Pacheco, K., Seeberger, W., & Rollie, M. (2000). A structural model of the influence of family problems and child abuse factors on seriousdelinquency among youths processed at a juvenile assessment center. Journal of Child & Adolescent Substance Abuse, 10(1), 17-31.
Derr, M.K., & Taylor, M.J. (2004). The link between childhood and adult abuse among longtermwelfare recipients. Children & Youth Services Review, 26(2), 173-184.
DiLillo, D., Giuffre, D., & Tremblay, G.C. (2001). A closer look at the nature of intimate partner violence reported by women with a history of child sexual abuse. Journal ofInterpersonal Violence, 16(2), 116-132.
Doe, S.S. (2000). Cultural factors in child maltreatment and domestic violence in Korea. Children & Youth Services Review, 22(3-4), 231-236.
Dykstra, C. (1995). Domestic violence and child abuse: Related links in the chain of violence. Protecting Children, 11(3), 3-11.
Edleson, J.L. (1999). The overlap between child maltreatment and woman battering. Violence Against Women, 5(2), 134-154.
Edleson, J.L. (1999). Children's witnessing of adult domestic violence. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 14(8), 839-870.Edleson, J.L. (1998). Responsible mothers and invisible men: Child protection in the case of adult domestic violence. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 13(2), 294-298.
Edleson, J.L. (2001). Studying the co-occurrence of child maltreatment and domestic violence in families. In G. Bermann, A. Sandra, & E.L. Jeffrey (Eds.), Domestic violence in the livesof children: The future of research, intervention, and social policy, (pp. 91-110),Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.
Edleson, J.L., & Mbilinyi, L.F., & Beeman, S.K. (2003). How children are involved in adult domestic violence: Results from a four-city telephone survey. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 18(1), 18-32.
Edleson, J.L., Daro, D., & Pinderhughes, H. (2004). Finding a common agenda for preventing child maltreatment, youth violence, and domestic violence. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 19(3), 279-281.
Ehrensaft, M.K., Cohen, P., & Brown, J. (2003). Intergenerational transmission of partnerviolence: A 20-year prospective study. Journal of Consulting & Clinical Psychology, 71(4), 741-753.
English, D.J., Wingard, T., Marchall, D., Orme, M., & Orme, A. (2000). Alternative sponsors to child protective services: Emerging issues and concerns. Child Abuse and Neglect,24(3), 375-388.
English, D.J., Marshall, D.B., & Stewart, A.J. (2003). Effects of family violence on child behavior and health during early childhood. Journal of Family Violence, 18(1), 43-57.
Erickson, M.J., Hill, T.D., & Siegel, R.M. (2001). Barriers to domestic violence screening in the pediatric setting. Pediatrics, 108(1), 98-102.
Fantuzzo, J., Boruch, R., Beriama, A., & Atkins, M. (1997). Domestic violence and children: Prevalence and risk in five major U.S. cities. Journal of the American Academy of Child& Adolescent Psychiatry, 36(1), 116-122.
Fantuzzo, J.W., & Mohr, W.K. (1999). Prevalence and effects of child exposure to domestic violence. Future of Children, 9(3), 21-32.
Findlater, J.E., & Kelly, S. (1999). Child protective services and domestic violence. Future of Children, 9(3), 84-96.
Findlater, J.E., & Kelly, S. (1999). Reframing child safety in Michigan: Building collaboration among domestic violence, family preservation, and child protection services. Child Maltreatment, 4(2), 167-174.
Folsom, W.S., Christensen, M.L., & Avery, L. (2003). The co-occurrence of child abuse and domestic violence: An issue of service delivery for social service professionals. Child &Adolescent Social Work Journal, 20(5), 375-387.
Friend, C. (2000). Aligning with the battered woman to protect both mother and child: Directpractice and policy implications. Journal of Aggression, Maltreatment & Trauma, 3, 253-267.
Gilbert, L., El-Bassel, N., & Schilling, R.F. (1997). Childhood abuse as a risk for partner abuse among women in methadone maintenance. American Journal of Drug & Alcohol Abuse,23(4), 581-595.
Graham-Bermann, S.A. (1996). Family worries: Assessment of interpersonal anxiety in children from violent and nonviolent families. Journal of Clinical Child Psychology, 25(3), 280-287.
Graham-Bermann, S.A., & Brescoll, V. (2000). Gender, power, and violence: Assessing the family stereotypes of the children of batterers. Journal of Family Psychology, 14(4), 600-612.
Graham-Bermann, S.A., & Edleson, J.L. (2001). Domestic violence in the lives of children: The future of research, intervention, and social policy. Washington, DC: AmericanPsychological Association.
Graham-Bermann, S.A., & Levendosky, A.A. (1998). Traumatic stress symptoms in children of battered women. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 13(1), 111-128.
Guterman, N.B. (2004). Advancing prevention research on child abuse, youth violence, and domestic violence: Emerging strategies and issues. Journal of Interpersonal Violence,19(3), 299-321.
Hartley, C.C. (2004). Severe domestic violence and child maltreatment: Considering child physical abuse, neglect, and failure to protect. Child & Youth Services Review, 26(4),373-392.
Hazen, A.L., Connelly, C.D., & Kelleher, K. (2004). Intimate partner violence among female caregivers of children reported for child maltreatment. Child Abuse & Neglect, 28(3),301-319.
Heger, A., & Koverola, C. (2003). Special Issue: Children and Domestic Violence. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 18(4), 331-468.
Hendry, E.B. (1998). Children and domestic violence: A training imperative. Child Abuse Review, 7(2), 129-134.
Henry, B., Caspi, A., Moffitt, T.E., & Silva, P.A. (1996). Temperamental and familial predictors of violent and nonviolent criminal convictions: Age 3 to age 18. DevelopmentalPsychology, 32(4), 614¯623.
Heyman, R.E., Slep, A.M., Smith. (2002). Do child abuse and interparental violence lead to adulthood family violence. Journal of Marriage & the Family, 64(4), 864-870.
Hoefnagels, C., & Zwikker, M. (2001). The bystander dilemma and child abuse: Extending the Latane and Darley model to domestic violence. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 31(6), 1158-1183.
Holden, G.W., Geffner, R., & Jouriles, E.N. (1998). Children exposed to marital violence: Theory, research, and applied issues. Washington, DC: American PsychologicalAssociation.
Humphrey, C. (1999). Avoidance and confrontation: social work practice in relation to domestic violence and child abuse. Child and Family Social Work, 4, 77-87.
Humphreys, C., Mullender, A., Lowe, P., Hague, G., Abrahams, H., & Hester, M. (2001). Domestic violence and child abuse: Developing sensitive policies and guidance. Child Abuse Review, 10(3), 183-197.
Jaffe, P.G., Sudermann, M., & Reitzel, D. (1992). Child witnesses of marital violence. In A.T. Robert (Ed.), Assessment of family violence: A clinical and legal sourcebook, (pp. 313-331). New York: John Wiley & Sons.
Jaffe, P.G., Hurley, D.J., & Wolfe, D. (1990). Children's observations of violence: I. Critical issues in child development and intervention planning. Canadian Journal of Psychiatry, 35(6), 466-470.
Jaffe, P., Wilson, S., & Wolfe, D.A. (1986). Promoting changes in attitudes and understanding of conflict resolution among child witnesses of family violence. Canadian Journal ofBehavioral Science, 18(4), 356-366.
Jaffe, P., Wolfe, D., Wilson, S.K., & Zak, L. (1986). Family violence and child adjustment: A comparative analysis of girls' and boys' behavioral symptoms. American Journal ofPsychiatry, 143(1), 74-77.
Jaffe, P., Wolfe, D., Wilson, S.K., & Zak, L. (1986). Similarities in behavioral and social maladjustment among child victims and witnesses to family violence. American Journalof Orthopsychiatry, 56(1), 142-146.
Jaffe, P.G., Wolfe, D.A., & Wilson, S.K. (1990). Children of battered women. Newbury Park, CA: Sage.
Johnston, J.R. (2001). Child abuse and family violence: Three perspectives on practice and policy. Criminal Justice Review, 26(1), 69-78.
Jones, L.P., Gross, E., & Becker, I. (2002). The characteristics of domestic violence victims in a child protective service caseload. Families in Society, 83(4), 405-415.
Jouriles, E.N., Spiller, L.C., Stephens, N., McDonald, R., & Swank, P. (2000). Variability in adjustment of children of battered women: The role of child appraisals of interparentconflict. Cognitive Therapy & Research, 24(2), 233-249.
Karson, M. (2001). Patterns of child abuse: How dysfunctional transactions are replicated in individuals, families, and the child welfare system. Binghamton, NY: The Haworth Press.
Kearney, M. (1999). The role of teachers in helping children of domestic violence. Childhood Education, 75(5), 290-297.
Kellogg, N.D., & Menard, S.W. (2003). Violence among family members of children and adolescents evaluated for sexual abuse. Child Abuse & Neglect, 27(12), 1367-1376.
Kernic, M.A., Wolf, M.E., & Holt, V.L. (2003). Behavioral problems among children whose mothers are abused by an intimate partner. Child Abuse & Neglect, 27(11), 1231-1246.
Kolbo, J.R. (1996). Risk and resilience among children exposed to family violence. Violence & Victims, 11(2), 113-128.
Kolbo, J.R., Blakely, E.H., & Engleman, D. (1996). Children who witness domestic violence: A review of empirical literature. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 11(2), 281-293.
Kopels, S., & Chesnut Sheridan, M. (2002). Adding legal insult to injury: Battered women, their children, and the failure to protect. Affilia, 17(1), 9-29.
Langhinrichsen-Rohling, J., Monson, C.M., Meyer, K.A., Caster, J., & Sanders, A. (1998) Theassociations among family-of-origin violence and young adults' current depressed, hopeless, suicidal, and life-threatening behavior. Journal of Family Violence, 13(3), 243-261.
Lecklitner, G.L., Malik, N.M., Aaron, S.M., & Lederman, C.S. (1999). Promoting safety for abused children and battered mothers: Miami-Dade county's model dependency courtintervention program. Child Maltreatment, 4(2), 175-182.
Lehmann, P., & Elliston, E.J. (2001). Traumatic responding in children exposed to domestic violence: A cross-cultural study. Journal of Ethnic & Cultural Diversity in Social Work,10(4), 81-102.
Lemon, N.K.D. (1999). The legal system’s response to children exposed to domestic violence. Future of Children, 9(3), 67-83.
Levendosky, A.A., & Graham-Bermann, S.A. (2001). Parenting in battered women: The effects of domestic violence on women and their children. Journal of Family Violence, 16(2),171-192.
Levendosky, A.A., Huth-Bocks, A., & Semel, M.A. (2002). Adolescent peer relationships and mental health functioning in families with domestic violence. Journal of Clinical Child &Adolescent Psychology, 31(2), 206-218.
Levin, A., & Mills, L.G. (2003). Fighting for child custody when domestic violence is at issue: Survey of state laws. Social Work, 48(4), 463-470.
Lindahl, K.M., & Malik, N.M. (1999). Marital conflict, family processes, and boys' externalizing behavior in Hispanic American and European American families. Journal of ClinicalChild Psychology, 28(1), 12-24.
Logan, D.E., & Graham-Bermann, S.A. (1999). Emotion expression in children exposed to family violence. Journal of Emotional Abuse, 1(3), 39-64.
Logan, T.K., Walker, R., & Jordon, C.E. (2002). Child custody evaluations and domestic violence: Case comparisons. Violence & Victims, 17(6), 719-742.
Lund, C.J., & Greene, B.F. (2003). Developing a capacity for self-preservation and emergencymanagement among battered families. Journal of Family Violence, 18(4), 181-192.
Magen, R.H., Conroy, K., & del Tufo, A. (2000). Domestic violence in child welfare preventative services: Results from an intake screening questionnaire. Children & YouthServices Review, 22(3-4), 251-274.
Magen, R.H., Conroy, K., McCartt Hess, P., Panciera, A., & Simon, B.L. (2001). Identifying domestic violence in child abuse and neglect investigations. Journal of InterpersonalViolence, 16(6), 580-601.
Maker, A.H., Kemmelmeier, M., & Peterson, C. (1999). Long-term psychological consequences in women of witnessing parental physical conflict and experiencing abuse in childhood.Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 13(5), 574-589.
Margolin, G., & Gordis, E.B. (2000). The effects of family and community violence on children. Annual Review of Psychology, 51(1), 445-479.
Margolin, G., & Gordis, E.B. (2003). Co-occurrence between marital aggression and parents’ child abuse potential: The impact of cumulative stress. Violence & Victims, 18(3), 243-258.
Margolin, G., Gordis, E.B., & Medina, A.M. (2003). The co-occurrence of husband-to-wife aggression, family-of-origin aggression, and child abuse potential in a communitysample: Implications for parenting. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 18(4), 413-440.
Markward, M.J. (1997). The impact of domestic violence on children. Families in Society, 78(1), 66-70.
Matthews, M.A. (1999). The impact of federal and state laws on children exposed to domestic violence. Future of Children, 9(3), 50-66.
Maughan, A., & Cicchetti, D. (2002). Impact of child maltreatment and interadult violence on children’s emotion regulation abilities and socioemotional adjustment. ChildDevelopment, 73(5), 1525-1542.
McCloskey, L.A. (1996). Socioeconomic and coercive power within the family. Gender & Society, 10(4), 449-463.
McCloskey, L.A., Figueredo, A.J., & Koss, M.P. (1995). The effects of systemic family violenceon children’s mental health. Child Development, 66(5), 1239-1261.
McCloskey, L.A., & Walker, M. (2000). Posttraumatic stress in children exposed to family violence and single-event trauma. Journal of the American Academy of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry, 39(1), 108-115.
McCloskey, L.A., Treviso, M., & Scionti, T. (2002). A comparative study of battered womenand their children in Italy and the United States. Journal of Family Violence, 17(1), 53- 74.
McGee, C. (2000). Children’s and mother’s experiences of support and protection following domestic violence. In H. Jalna, & I. Catherine (Eds.), Home truths about domestic violence: Feminist influences on policy and practice a reader, (pp. 77- 95), London,England: Routledge Falmer .
McGee, C. (1997). Children's experiences of domestic violence. Child and Family Social Work, 2(1), 13-23.
McGuigan, W.M., Vuchinich, S., & Pratt, C.C. (2000). Domestic violence, parent’s view of their infant, and risk for child abuse. Journal of Family Psychology, 14(4), 613-624.
Merrill, L.L., Hervig, L.K., & Milner, J.S. (1996). Childhood parenting experiences, intimate partner conflict resolution, and adult risk for child physical abuse. Child Abuse & Neglect , 20(11), 1049¯1065.
Mills, L.G. (2000). Woman abuse and child protection: A tumultuous marriage. Children and Youth Services Review, 22(5), 199-205.
Mills, L.G., Friend, C., Conroy, K., Fleck-Henderson, A., Krug, S., Magen, R.H., Thomas, R.L., & Truddeau, J.H. (2000). Child protection and domestic violence: Training, practice, andpolicy issues. Children & Youth Services Review, 22(5), 315-332.
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O'Leary, K.D., Smith Slep, A.M., & O'Leary, S.G. (2000). Co-occurrence of partner and parent aggression: Research and treatment implications. Behavior Therapy, 31(4), 631-648.
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Resources for Gay People in an abusive Realtionship
The Network/La Red
PO Box 6011
Boston, MA 02114
The Network was formed to address domestic violence in lesbian and bisexual women’s communities in Boston. Since its beginning, has become a national resource and model for battered women’s programs, batterer’s intervention programs, and gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender organizations.
The Northwest Network of Bi, Trans, Lesbian and Gay Survivors of Abuse
PO Box 20398
Seattle, WA 98102
Phone: (206) 568.7777
TTY: (206) 517.9670
The Northwest Network acts to increase its communities' ability to support the self-determination and safety of bisexual, transgendered, lesbian, and gay survivors of abuse through education, organizing and advocacy. Services include support groups, individual counseling, legal advocacy, shelter referrals, safety planning, basic needs assistance, community education and community organizing. While staff at the Network do not do direct intervention work with perpetrators of domestic violence, they may be able to connect you with individuals in their community who are doing that work.
The National Coalition of Anti-Violence Programs (NCAVP)
240 west 34th Street, Ste. 200
New York, NY 10001
NCAVP is a coalition of over 20 lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender victim advocacy and documentation programs located throughout the United States. They may be able to direct you to a number of member programs who are working with batterers as well as survivors.
Kansas City Anti-Violence Project
Kansas City Anti-Violence Project
P.O. Box 411211
Kansas City, MO 64141-1211
The Kansas City Anti-Violence Project serves western Missouri, Kansas, Nebraska, and Iowa providing domestic violence, sexual assault, and bias crimes advocacy and education to the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender community.
Gay Men's Domestic Violence Project
he Gay Men’s Domestic Violence Project is a grassroots, non-profit organization founded by a GLBTQ survivor of domestic violence and developed through the strength, contributions and participation of the community.
Misson Statement: The Gay Men’s Domestic Violence Project supports victims and survivors through education, advocacy and direct services. Understanding that the serious public health issue of domestic violence is not gender specific. We have a safe home, direct services, educational training and much more.
24-Hour Hotline: 1-800-832-1901