Feasibility study protocol for the Emotion Coaching programme

20 May 2024

Feasibility study protocol for the Emotion Coaching programme

Download the protocol.

We are currently working on a feasibility study evaluation of the Emotion Coaching programme. The Emotion Coaching programme is a parenting programme for non-abusive mothers and children aged 6-14 who have been exposed to domestic violence and abuse (DVA). It is delivered across 12 weekly group skills-based sessions. The programme aims to foster emotion regulation in both the mother and child(ren), minimise harsh parenting and encourage a stronger emotional connection between parent and child in intimate partner violence (IPV) relationship exposure.

The programme was originally developed by Dr Lynn Katz at the University of Washington and has been adapted by Solace Women’s Aid with assistance from Cordis Bright and YEF for delivery in the UK in domestic abuse refuge settings.

YEF have recently published the feasibility study protocol which sets out how the feasibility study will be delivered. This has been delivered through a co-production approach between Cordis Bright, Solace Women’s Aid and YEF. The protocol can be downloaded below and further information is available on the YEF website


Feasibility study protocol for the Emotion Coaching programmeDownload

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