WHAT CAN YOU DO TO PREVENT VIOLENCE?
Sounds idealistic, doesn’t it? That each of us can prevent interpersonal violence may be a lofty goal, but can it really work? One organization, Green Dot, etc., thinks it’s doable, and that research, commitment and the willingness to try a new approach is just what we need to be effective to reduce power-based personal violence.
Dr. Dorothy J. Edwards, author of the Green Dot Violence Prevention Strategy, holds a Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology from Texas Woman’s University. She has a long professional history working on intervention and prevention of violence. With a specialty in primary prevention, she provides training and consultation in the areas of power-based personal violence, organizational capacity building, program implementation, and strategic planning and community mobilization. Dr. Edwards is currently working with government entities, state coalitions, military, non-profits, community organizations, high schools and colleges from around the globe.
Join us as we discuss Green Dot, etc., and what each of us can do as individuals and members of groups to help eliminate or reduce violence in our world.
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