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This article, A Survey of Intimate Partner Violence Intervention Programs in Saskatchewan, Canada, has been published in Canadian Psychology / Psychologie canadienne. This article reports findings from a survey of 25 professionals representing 11 intervention programs for people who have perpetrated intimate partner violence (IPV). Findings provide insight into the characteristics of IPV intervention programs and the experiences of professionals who facilitate these programs, including their observations regarding successful interventions and barriers to completion faced by participants.
This research project was a collaboration with researchers from the University of Regina, led by PATHS Director of Research and Communications.
"A phone, a smart home, a digitally connected car — these are the tools of digital domestic abuse that anti-violence experts say is on the rise." https://halifax.citynews.ca/local-news/from-smart-homes-to-connected-cars-new-tools-of-domestic-abuse-make-escape-harder-6302304