Research on Relationships after Partner Abuse : WOMEN PARTICIPANTS NEEDED FOR A 15 MIN ONLINE SURVEY

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Alice Melin

Love after Partner Abuse

Hi everyone, I am undertaking research into the long term outcomes of domestic violence, specifically how it impacts on building new relationships. I am hoping this will help other psychologists to better support women survivors to rebuild their lives following abuse. I would be really grateful if you could take part whether you are a survivor of abuse or not, single or in a relationship as long as you identify as a woman and are not currently in an abusive relationship.

Have you found love following an abusive and violent relationship?

Whether you have found love, are still looking or have decided to remain single after surviving intimate partner violence we would like to hear from you.

We hope the findings from this survey will help us understand how to support women survivors.

Can you help us? We are researchers from the Oxford Institute of Clinical Psychology at The University of Oxford, and we are interested to understand the barriers that women face when seeking to build new relationships with men after their abuse. This research is restricted to women because it is informed by previous publications that consider intimate partner violence within the framework of gender-based violence or violence against women.

Help Our Research

Please note that for research purposes we are ALSO recruiting women who have NOT experienced intimate partner violence.

Please consider taking part in this study to help us understand how survivors build new romantic relationships.

We are looking for women volunteers aged 18 years and over. Participating in the research will involve completing an online questionnaire and will take 20 mins.

Or for a more direct link click here or scan the QR code on your phone!

Please let me know if you have any questions. Thank you very much in advance for your help.

Best wishes, Alice Melin
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