Gregory L. Stuart1, Timothy J. O’Farrell2, Kenneth Leonard3, Todd M. Moore1, Jeff R. Temple4, Susan E. Ramsey5, Robert L. Stout6, Christopher W. Kahler7, Meggan M. Bucossi8, Shawna M. Andersen8, Patricia R. Recupero8, Zach Walsh8, Yael Chatav Schonbrun8, David R. Strong8, Emily F. Rothman9, Deborah L. Rhatigan1 and Peter M. Monti7
1University of Tennessee-Knoxville. 2Harvard Medical School Department of Psychiatry at the VA Boston Healthcare System. 3Research Institute on Addictions and SUNY-Buffalo. 4University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston. 5Alpert Medical School of Brown University and Rhode Island Hospital. 6Pacific Institute for Research & Evaluation—Decision Sciences Institute. 7Brown University Center for Alcohol and Addiction Studies. 8Butler Hospital and Alpert Medical School of Brown University. 9Boston University School of Public Health.
There is considerable theoretical and empirical support for a link between substance misuse and perpetration and victimization of intimate partner violence. This review briefly summarizes this literature and highlights current research that addresses the interface between treatment for substance abuse and intimate partner violence. Suggestions for future research and clinical implications are provided.
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