This conclusion presents some closing thoughts on the concepts covered in the preceding chapters of this book. The book identifies the liberal application of stereotypes within the Intimate Partner Violence (IPV) arena. It provides the long-held belief that IPV was a form of behaviour primarily associated with adult intimate relationships and discusses IPV in adolescent relationships or adolescent AIPV. The book presents a series of commentaries on interventions in IPV alongside practice issues and concerns. It describes the development of an intervention programme and discusses female perpetration and shows that the data so far suggests that IPV is perpetrated and experienced by women at rates on a par with those experienced by men. The book examines the limited data on successful interventions for female perpetrators and also shows that in lieu of a robust evidence base they would tentatively recommend interventions predicated on a well-informed assessment of the individual’s risk and needs with responsivity as a central focus.