Call for participants: Study explores 'resilience' of young people living with domestic abuse

Jo Alexander, Jane Callaghan, Judith Sixsmith

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Abstract

Children and young people who have lived with domestic abuse are being invited to participate in a new multi-national partnership study which will explore their coping strategies.
Led by the University of Northampton, Understanding Agency and Resistance Strategies (UNARS) aims to improve future therapeutic interventions and training for both the children themselves and the professionals working with them.
Original languageEnglish
VolumeJan/Fab
Specialist publicationCAADA eNews
Publication statusPublished - 20 Feb 2014

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Call for participants : Study explores 'resilience' of young people living with domestic abuse. / Alexander, Jo; Callaghan, Jane; Sixsmith, Judith.

In: CAADA eNews, Vol. Jan/Fab, 20.02.2014.

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