The Domestic Violence Inventory [DVI] provides information about the risks of potential victims and potential offenders. It is a clinical instrument. It is based on expert opinion of specifiers which are evidence based. It provides a result of severity to help those who take DVI make good decisions about their welfare and those they care about. In this way, it adapts the model of DSM V which mental health professionals use. It is currently going through clinical trials and has been undertaken by over 300 participants.
Answer 20 Questions. Take the test for free by clicking on “For Victims” or “For Offenders”. You can also purchase an interpretive report.
Optional demographic data is requested for our clinical trial research for version 1.1. Email addresses are requested only for those who order a narrative report or whom you indicate you would like to review one such as your doctors, counselors or lawyers.
Jon Nix, PhD
Sue Gordon, MA