Journal of Addictive Behaviors,Therapy & Rehabilitation.ISSN: 2324-9005

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Domestic violence to promote positive well-being

One in four women and one in nine men experience intimate partner violence/domestic violence. Survivors of domestic violence have specific mental health issues and needs that are unique and that differ from the general population. Previous research has indicated that specific mental health issues have been correlated to domestic violence and its aftermath. Past studies examined the different stressors that contributed to mental health issues of survivors of domestic violence such as symptoms of (a) posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD), (b) anxiety, (c) depression, (d) low self-esteem, (e) social isolation, and (f) lack of trust. There remains an important gap in the current literature regarding community intervention programs which provides education, resources, counseling, assistance, and support to survivors of domestic violence to meet their presenting needs. Findings from this research helped to define the specific needs of the survivors of domestic violence and provide a foundation for the intervention plan for survivors of domestic violence to promote positive well-being

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