The chapter discusses the results of the Daphne Project WMPoWER. It showes a high validity of the research instruments used in the study. Moreover, the results obtained from the various samples of the different tests are positioned below the thresholds established by previous studies of validation. The results confirm the hypothesized model, showing positive correlations between indices of spontaneity and psychological well-being. The research supports the idea that both models (psychodramatic and psychosocial/ecological) contribute to strengthening the empowerment of women who suffer from domestic violence. The results obtained by the project are highly positive and confirm that this model of intervention should be extended, possibly prolonging the intervention and also measuring the follow-up after one year.

The effectiveness of the EMPoWER project and intervention: Psychodrama and the elaboration of domestic violence in Italy, Austria, Bulgaria, Portugal, Romania, and Albania

TESTONI, INES;ZAMPERINI, ADRIANO;
2013

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The chapter discusses the results of the Daphne Project WMPoWER. It showes a high validity of the research instruments used in the study. Moreover, the results obtained from the various samples of the different tests are positioned below the thresholds established by previous studies of validation. The results confirm the hypothesized model, showing positive correlations between indices of spontaneity and psychological well-being. The research supports the idea that both models (psychodramatic and psychosocial/ecological) contribute to strengthening the empowerment of women who suffer from domestic violence. The results obtained by the project are highly positive and confirm that this model of intervention should be extended, possibly prolonging the intervention and also measuring the follow-up after one year.
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