The following articles explore the characteristics and efficacy of batterer intervention programs. Click on the title of the article to read and/or download the article. To access the Partner Abuse State of Knowledge Project (PASK), the most up-to-date and comprehensive data base on prevalence rates, dynamics, causes, consequences and policy, please visit www.domesticviolenceresearch.org
Akoensi, T., Koehler, J., Losel, F., & Humphreys, D. (2012). Domestic violence perpetrator programs in Europe, Part II: A systematic review of the state of evidence. International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology, 57 (10), 1206-1225.
Babcock, J., Armenti, N., & Warford, P. (2017). The trials and tribulations of testing couples-based interventions for intimate partner violence. Partner Abuse, 8 (1), 110-122.
Corvo, K., Dutton, D., & Chen, W. (2008). Toward evidence based practice with domestic violence perpetrators. Journal of Aggression, Maltreatment, and Trauma, 16(2), 111–130.
Corvo, K., & Johnson, P. (2003). Vilification of the “batterer”: How blame shapes domestic violence policy and interventions. Aggression and Violent Behavior, 8, 259–281.
Eckhardt, C. I., Murphy, C. M., Whitaker, D. J., Sprunger, J., Dykstra, R., & Woodard, K. (2013). The effectiveness of intervention programs for perpetrators and victims of intimate partner violence. Partner Abuse, 4(2). (Manuscript)
Eckhardt, C. I., Murphy, C. M., Whitaker, D. J., Sprunger, J., Dykstra, R., & Woodard, K. (2013). The effectiveness of intervention programs for perpetrators and victims of intimate partner violence. (Online Tables)
Graham-Kevan, N. (2007). Domestic violence: Research and implications for batterer programmes in Europe. European Journal of Criminal Policy and Research, 13, 213-225.
Hamel, J. (2013). A guide to creating evidence-based batterer intervention in California.
Hamel, J. (2017). Understanding and intervening with partner abuse. In: J.L. Ireland, C.A. Ireland, N. Gredecki & M. Fisher (Eds.), International handbook on forensic psychology in secure settings. New York: Taylor & Francis.
Hamel, J., Buttell, F., Rerreira, R., & Roy, V. (2021). IPV Perpetrator groups: Client engagement, and the role of facilitators. Journal of Interpersonal Violence.
Hamilton, L., Koehler, J., & Losel, F. (2012). Domestic violence perpetrator programs in Europe, Part I: A survey of current practice. International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology, 57 (10), 1189-1205.
Maiuro, R., & Eberle, J. (2008). State standards for domestic violence perpetrator treatment: Current status, trends, and recommendations. Violence and Victims, 23(2), 133–155.
Miller, M., Drake, E., & Nafziger, M. (2013). What works to reduce recidivism by domestic violence offenders? (Document No. 13-01-1201). Olympia: Washington State Institute for Public Policy.
Nicholls, T., Pritchard, M., Reeves, K., & Hilterman, E. (2013). Risk assessment in intimate partner violence: A review of contemporary approaches. Partner Abuse, 4(1), 76–168. (Manuscript)
Nicholls, T., Pritchard, M., Reeves, K., & Hilterman, E. (2013). Risk assessment in intimate partner violence: A review of contemporary approaches. (Online Tables)
Price, B., & Rosenbaum, A. (2009). Batterer intervention programs: A report from the field. Violence and Victims, 24(6), 757–770.
Sonkin, D., Hamel, J., Ferreira, R., Buttell, F., & Frietas, M. (2019). The relationship between attachment anxiety, attachment avoidance and psychological violence in a sample of male and female court-mandated batterers. Violence and Victims, 34 (6), 910-929.
Stewart, L., Flight, J., & Slavin-Stewart, C. (2013). Applying effective corrections principles (RNR) to partner abuse interventions. Partner Abuse, 4(4), 494-534.
Zarling, A., & Berta, M. (2017). An Acceptance and Commitment Therapy approach for partner aggression. Partner Abuse, 8 (1).