I consider myself a passionate educator and believe in the value of sharing my experience, training and overall knowledge outside of my office. I am true to my approach in working with people that come into my office; I am mindful and intentional in the topics I agree to present or be interviewed on. Below is a list of topics I have presented on and my first Podcast Interview through Latinx Therapy. More interviews are on the way, stay tuned!
I am available for interviews, to speak at events, be a guest lecturer for college students and to conduct workshops for companies/organizations. Please complete the form at the bottom of this page if you are interested in extending an invitation.
- Conference Co-Presenter at the 18th Annual Violence Prevention Conference: THE ROLE OF CULTURE IN POWER & CONTROL by California State University, Fullerton. Topic: "The Invisible Wall: Barriers Undocumented Survivors Face in Abusive Relationships"
Guest Lecturer at Chapman University, Dr. Amy Jane Griffiths’ Domestic Violence Course for Graduate Level Students. Topic: “Domestic Violence: Clinical Considerations”
Guest Speaker at Orange Lutheran High School, Ms. Brenna Kress’ Psychology Class Topic: “Psychology of Criminal Behavior”
- Panel Speaker at Whittier Christian High School, Student Life Assembly Topic: “Mental Health & Coping with Stress”
- Guest Lecturer at Chapman University, Dr. Elizabeth Kane’s Human Sexuality Course for Undergraduate Level Students Topic: “Safe Sex in Relationships”