Counseling With HEART: A Relationship Violence Prevention Program for College Students
Journal of College Counseling
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Relationship violence is a salient concern on college campuses today, and psychoeducational groups may be an appropriate prevention format. This article describes a study measuring the impact of college student participation in the HEART (Help End Abusive Relationships Today) program, a series of group sessions designed to increase knowledge and awareness of relationship violence. Findings indicated significant changes for group participants postintervention. Implications and recommendations for college counselors are discussed.
relationship violence; college; group counseling
Hays, D. G.,
Michel, R. E.,
Bayne, H. B.,
Neuer Colburn, A. A.,
Smith Myers, J.
Counseling With HEART: A Relationship Violence Prevention Program for College Students.
Journal of College Counseling, 18(1),