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In training design, I strive to create a synthesis of

evidence-informed knowledge, survivor-centered content, and practice wisdom, all woven within an intersectional and anti-oppression framework.


I employ a strength-based model that affirms the inherent resilience in us all. My training content is reflective of my social justice ideology and commitment, constantly bringing to the forefront voices and experiences that often reside in the margins of society. I hope to empower participants by helping deepen their knowledge, expand their practice skills, and cultivate community connections among providers.


I am extremely familiar with the complexities of risk assessment, mandated reporting, and managing disclosures, and have facilitated training on all of these topics. I utilize a multimodal training approach to meet the variety of learning styles present in any group, with presentations often described as experiential, engaging, thought-provoking, and practical.

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Sample Training Topics

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​Domestic and Sexual Violence

  • Domestic Violence 101

  • Recognizing the Signs of Domestic Violence

  • Parenting and Domestic Violence

  • Conducting Homicide Risk Assessments

  • Sexual Abuse 101

  • Childhood Sexual Abuse

  • The Prevention of Child Sexual Abuse

  • Oppressive Systems and DV

  • Intersectionality in Domestic Violence Work

  • Domestic Violence through an Anti-oppression Lens

DV/SV for Healthcare Providers

  • Domestic Violence in Healthcare Settings

  • Risk Assessment and Screening for Healthcare Professionals

  • The Role of Nurses in Domestic and Sexual Violence Prevention and Intervention

  • Midwifery and Domestic Violence

Teen Dating Violence: 

  • Teen Dating Violence

  • Sexting Safety

  • Sexting in Schools

  • Healthy Relationships


  • Understanding Trauma

  • Trauma and the Developing Brain

  • Attachment and Trauma

  • Trauma or PTSD: Differential Diagnosis

  • How Trauma Presents in Childhood

  • How Trauma in Childhood Impacts Cognitive and Emotional Development

  • Understanding Trauma in the Classroom

  • Creating Safety: Trauma-informed Spaces for Children

  • Creating Safety: Trauma-informed

  • Spaces for Adults

Children and Domestic Violence 

  • The Impact of Domestic Violence on Children

  • Helping Traumatized Children Learn

  • Managing the Classroom: Interventions for Children Experiencing PTSD

  • Early Childhood Development and Domestic Violence

  • Childhood Anxiety: Therapeutic Interventions 

  • Working with Children Living in Shelter

  • The Importance of Play

Legal Matters

  • Domestic Violence, Children, and the Courthouse

  • Mandated Reporting and Domestic Violence

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