Linda Chamberlain posted
My experience in the U.S., Canada and several other regions is that the domestic violence movement and the ACEs movement, which are so different in their origins and orientation, have remained separate and there is a pressing need to bring information about the intersections between DV and ACEs to DV advocates and service providers.
Perhaps you could tell us why, if the fields have remained separate for so long, why no one (?!) has thought to benefit from the decades old research of Donald Dutton (the Canadian!) who found the link between being abused as a child and increased adult propensity for perpetrating domestic violence?