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Domestic Violence Perpetrator Programmes and Neurodiversity

Renehan, Nicole and Fitz-Gibbon, Kate (2022) 'Domestic Violence Perpetrator Programmes and Neurodiversity.', Project Report. UNSPECIFIED.


This is a final report on findings from the project Domestic Violence Perpetrator Programmes and Neurodiversity. This project is the first international study to explore the experiences and perspectives of domestic abuse practitioners who work with autistic and/or ADHD men who do not have learning disabilities. This study focuses on obtaining practitioners’ perspectives and experiences of working with this cohort, the challenges faced, the individual strengths they bring, and the adaptations necessary to make perpetrator programmes and interventions more responsive to neurodivergent men and provide safety to victim-survivors. Policy, research and practice recommendations are included.

Item Type:Monograph (Project Report)
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Available under License - Creative Commons Attribution 4.0.
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Date deposited:14 November 2022
Date of first online publication:06 September 2022
Date first made open access:14 November 2022

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