Journal article

Identifying the key components of a ‘whole family’ intervention for families experiencing domestic violence and abuse

N Stanley, C Humphreys

Journal of Gender-Based Violence | Bristol University Press | Published : 2017

Abstract

‘Whole family’ interventions for families living with domestic violence and abuse (DVA) are emerging and some international practice examples are available. This study reports a process evaluation of a pilot delivered in Northern England that aimed to work with all members of families experiencing DVA. The evaluation involved analysis of detailed accounts of practice from learning logs and case workbooks as well as interviews with practitioners and family members. The voluntary nature of families’ involvement with the pilot, together with an explicit service philosophy of ‘meeting families where they are at’ appeared successful in engaging families. Pilot staff worked flexibly, seeing family..

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