(VAWA) in 2013 that allowed the development of solutions in the usa that are created specifically for LGB victims of IPV and a legislation with regard to their liberties. The work clearly included a non-discrimination clause that prohibited LGB people from being turned away from shelters or other programs funded by The Violence Against Women Act (Armstrong et al., 2014).
Further, several remedies and programs are developed for those who experienced IPV. Some programs concentrated exclusively on dealing with the observable symptoms skilled by the victims, while some attempted to split the period of physical physical physical violence through interventions addressed for batterers. The sorts of interventions ranged from few and team interventions to specific psychotherapy (Fountain and Skolnik, 2007; Herrmann and Turell, 2008; Dykstra et al., 2013; Armstrong et al., 2014; Quillin and Strickler, 2015).