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Working Together to Address Domestic Violence Among Veterans

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Continuing Education

This section brings together free in-depth Continuing Education resources for the Professional community concerned with trauma.

Working Together to Address Domestic Violence Among Veterans

  • Time to Complete: 0.5 hours
  • Credits: ACCME
  • Skill Level: Basic

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Working Together to Address Domestic Violence Among Veterans


Casey T. Taft, PhD, reviews how to help Veterans and their intimate partners at risk for domestic violence. This interactive article addresses how to recognize risk factors for domestic violence, including PTSD, and presents ways to assess for, prevent, and address intimate partner violence in Veterans and their families.

A program review of Strength at Home for military families struggling with post-deployment conflict, anger, and readjustment issues is included.

This 2013 Psychlopedia activity was e-published by The Journal of Clinical Psychiatry, in October, 2013, as a review of part of the Summit: "Working Together to Restore Mental Well-Being and Address Domestic Violence Among Veterans: A Call To Action."

Goals and Objectives

After completing this educational activity, you should be able to:

  • Recognize signs of domestic violence in your patients who are family members / intimate partners of Veterans.
  • Develop an appropriate intervention.

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