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CE07-002: Family and Dyadic Focused Interventions to Prevent Intimate Partner Violence

Initial Fiscal Year: 2007
Program: DVP
FOA Number: CE07-002
FOA Title: Family and Dyadic Focused Interventions to Prevent Intimate Partner Violence

Purpose

The purpose of this research is to develop, implement, and rigorously test the impact of either a family-based or dyad-based primary prevention strategy on the outcome of physical IPV perpetration and identified mediators with populations at risk for IPV. Family-based interventions will target parents and their children with the aim of changing parenting practices and communication strategies to prevent IPV perpetration by the children in future relationships. Dyad-based interventions will address interpersonal processes within relationships and will promote skills-based changes in behavior among couples.

Awarded Projects

Project Title: Dyadic, Skills-Based Primary Prevention for Partner Violence in Perinatal Parents
Grant Number: 5 U49 CE001246-03
Project Period: 09/30/2007 - 09/29/2012

Project Title: Can Family Based Prevention of Conduct Problems Prevent IPV Development?
Grant Number: 5 U49 CE001247-03
Project Period: 09/30/2007 - 09/29/2011

Project Title: PTSD-Focused Relationship Enhancement Therapy for Returning Veterans and their Partners
Grant Number: 5 U49 CE001248-03
Project Period: 09/30/2007 - 09/29/2012


 

 
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