Speaking Engagements

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Schedule our speakers for your conference
(304) 342-7752 or email your request to info@domesticviolencecounselingcenter.org

DVCC Speakers Bureau

The DVCC provides speakers who can present domestic violence awareness and education. We can customize the topics to cover the domestic violence issue of your choice.

Let our speakers bring awareness and provide education on any aspect of domestic violence such as

  • domestic violence and behavioral health
  • domestic violence in the African American community
  • male victims of domestic violence and/or IVP
  • female offenders of domestic violence and/or IVP
  • and other topics

We have 25 years of experience in counseling, educating the public and speaking about domestic violence issues.  DVCC will educate, motivate and empower your audience.  Choose DVCC’s speakers to enlighten and add quality to the lives of others through education on domestic violence.

Speaking Engagements, Public Education and Other Related Activities

  • Provided a presentation in May 2018 on Domestic Violence and Mental Health for the Coalition of Black Trade Unionists Conference in Orlando, Florida
  • Working with Peoria, Illinois community leaders to develop and implement a Domestic Violence and Behavioral Health Initiative
  • Provided behavioral health counseling for those addicted to opioids at a West Virginia substance abuse clinic
  • Provided continuing education workshop in June 2016 at a Massachusetts School District
  • Routinely raises money to pay burial and other related expenses for domestic violence homicide victims
  • Raises money to establish a scholarship fund through foundations such as the Greater Kanawha Valley Foundation for first year college students who have witnessed domestic violence during their childhood
  • Co-authored and presented to members of the Black Congressional Caucus of the United States Congress an article titled “Domestic Violence Mandatory Arrest Policies Are Harming Our Communities”. The article emphasized the need for culturally-appropriate behavioral health treatment for domestic violence offenders
  • Educate members of the United States Congress since 2008 on the devastating effects of domestic violence in all communities
  • Persuaded government officials to recognize Mental Health Awareness Month annual in the month of May