Foremost among them was Casey Keene, the VAWnet Manager at the National Resource Center on Domestic Violence, whose personal story inspired this project.
The “Extras” tab contains links to the , short audio programs, additional readings, links to external websites, references, and other resources for additional study. Domestic violence: prevalence in pregnant women and associations with physical and psychological health. In addition, we would like to thank all of the National Roundtable participants who volunteered their time and contributed their knowledge and expertise to help identify key issues and promising practices in working with children exposed to domestic violence. We greatly appreciate the time they took from their busy schedules to attend the Roundtable in December 2010 and their continuing review and feedback throughout the entire project. Nguyen were the primary staff that worked on this project. We would also like to thank the Avon Foundation for Women for their support of this project. In particular, we owe a debt of gratitude to Christine Jaworsky, Manager of Grants and Programs at the Foundation, who believed in this project from the start and helped us both to refine our concept and widely distribute these results. Children who see too much : lessons from the child witness to violence project.