Bridget H. Holyfield-Moss, Ed.D., LPC, NCC, CPCS, ACS

  • College: College of Arts and Sciences
  • Department: Department of Behavioral and Social Sciences
  • Associated Majors and Graduate Programs: Psychology (Traditional or Online)
  • Associated Majors and Graduate Programs: Sociology Minor
  • mossb@fvsu.edu
  • 478-825-7035
  • Office Location: Bond 130

Dr. Bridget Holyfield-Moss, an Assistant Professor of Psychology, received her Doctor of Education Degree in Counselor Education and Supervision from Argosy University Sarasota Florida Campus. An alumnus of Fort Valley State University and a winner of 2016 B-P- R-B Outstanding Alumnus Award, Dr. Moss received her Master of Science Degree in Mental Health Counseling and Bachelor Degree in Social Work (BSW). She recently co-authored a book entitled Intrafamilial Childhood Sexual Abuse: A Phenomenological Study of Counselors’ Experiences. She has also co-authored journal articles on: (1) Racial Micro-Aggression Related to Voter ID Laws in the United States; and, (2) Anti-Transgender Bathroom Law Controversy: Protection or Discrimination, which are slated to be published shortly.

A Licensed Professional Counselor and CEO of Bridgestone Consulting Services, LLC., Dr. Moss has over 20 years of professional experience in working with children, adolescents and their families diagnosed with severe emotional and behavior disorders. Her research interests include but not limited to: Childhood Sexual Trauma; Complicated Grief and Loss; African American Fatherless Daughters and Adult Intimacy; Social Justice; Cultural Diversity; and, Race, Gender and Class Relations.

BRIDGET HOLYFIELD-MOSS, Ed.D., LPC, NCC, CPCS, ACS

PROFESSIONAL PROFILE/ SUMMARY OF QUALIFICATIONS

  • CEO-Bridgestone Consulting Services, LLC (Private Counseling Practice)
  • Fulltime Assistant Professor: Fort Valley State University
  • Adjunct Instructor: Mercer University
  • Approved Clinical Supervisor committed to empowerment and student growth
  • Possess a disciplined work ethic, paying excellent attention to detail while respecting the rights and privacy of others
  • Promote a positive, professional work environment utilizing effective problem-solving skills
  • Demonstrate interpersonal skills coupled with strong effective communication skills with the ability to establish and maintain organizational and community relationships
  • Train others in professional development, and able to work independent of close supervision
  • Attained knowledge in a wide range evidence based therapeutic techniques, and clinical training and experience in working with diverse populations

EDUCATION

DOCTOR OF EDUCATION
(March 2015)
Counselor Education and Supervision
Argosy University, Sarasota, Florida
(CACREP Accredited Program)
DISSERTATION TOPIC: Counselor’s Experiences Working with Victims of Intrafamily Childhood Sexual Abuse: An Exploratory Study
DISSERTATION ABSTRACT: The purpose of this qualitative study was to present a phenomenological study for an identified phenomenon. Due to the complexity and
prevalent taboo this topic has in society, victims of Intrafamily Childhood Sexual Abuse (ICSA) often seek counseling to manage the abreactions that may arise as a result of
their abuse. Professional counselors listen to stories of abuse to assist victims in making sense of their personal violence; therefore, this study explored the lived experiences of
Licensed Professional Counselors (LPCs) working with Victims of Intrafamily Childhood
Sexual Abuse.

MASTER OF SCIENCE
(August 1997)
Mental Health Counseling
Fort Valley State University, Fort Valley, Georgia
(CACREP Accredited Program)

BACHELOR OF SOCIAL WORK
(June 1994)
Fort Valley State College, Fort Valley, Georgia

PROFESSIONAL HONORS/AWARDS/RECOGNITION

RECIPIENT – Outstanding Alumni in Behavioral Science Alumni Award
(April 8, 2016)
Fort Valley State University Annual Banks/Pierro/Rutland/Bellamy Luncheon

RECIPIENT – Social and Behavioral Science Alumni Award
(April 11, 2008)
Fort Valley State University 28th Annual Banks/Pierro/Rutland/Bellamy Luncheon

RECIPIENT – Fort Valley State University Social Work Alumni Award
(1999)

COMPLETED REQUIRED DOCTORAL COURSES

* Advanced Counseling Theories in Practice
* Advanced Qualitative Research Methods
* Advanced Quantitative Research Methods
* Advanced Group Counseling
* Multicultural Issues in Counseling
* Ethics in Counselor Education and Supervision
* Qualitative Research
* Advance Counseling Internship
* Advance Counseling Practicum
* Introduction to Research Methods
* Teaching in Higher Education
* Assessment in Counseling
* Clinical Consultation
* Models of Clinical Supervision
* Brief Psychotherapies
* Advanced Career Counseling
* Advanced Academic Study & Writing

TEACHING EXPERIENCE

Summer 2017 (Session A)
Online Instruction
Fort Valley State University (College of Behavioral and Social Science)
Lecturer – (Undergraduate Level)
Course Title: Cultural Diversity

Summer 2017 (Session A)
Online Instruction
Fort Valley State University (College of Behavioral and Social Science)
Lecturer- (Undergraduate Level)
Course Title: Child Psychology

Spring 2017 (Session A)
Fort Valley State University (College of Behavioral and Social Science)
Lecturer- (Undergraduate Level)
Course Title: Cultural Diversity

Spring 2017 (Session A)
Online Instruction
Fort Valley State University (College of Behavioral and Social Science)
Lecturer–(Undergraduate Level)
Course Title: Cultural Diversity

Spring 2017 (Session A)
Fort Valley State University (College of Behavioral and Social Science)
Lecturer – (Undergraduate Level)
Course Title: Behavior Modification

Spring 2017 (Session A)
Fort Valley State University (College of Behavioral and Social Science)
Lecturer–(Undergraduate Level)
Course Title: Abnormal Psychology

Spring 2017 (Session A)
Web Hybrid Instruction
Fort Valley State University (College of Behavioral and Social Science)
Lecturer- (Undergraduate Level)
Course Title: Careers and Issues

Spring 2017
Mercer University (Penfield College)- Macon Georgia Campus (College of Continuing and Professional Studies)
Lecturer–(Undergraduate Level)
Course Title: Internship Supervision

Fall II-2016
Mercer University (Penfield College)- Macon Georgia Campus (College of Continuing and Professional Studies)
Adjunct Instructor- (Undergraduate Level)
Course Title: Introduction to Human Services

Fall 2016 (Session A)
Fort Valley State University (College of Behavioral and Social Science)
Adjunct Instructor- (Undergraduate Level)
Course Title: Cultural Diversity

Fall 2016 (Session A)
W1-Online Instruction
Fort Valley State University (College of Behavioral and Social Science)
Adjunct Instructor- (Undergraduate Level)
Course Title: Cultural Diversity

Fall 2016 (Session A)
Fort Valley State University (College of Behavioral and Social Science)
Adjunct Instructor- (Undergraduate Level)
Course Title: Child Psychology

Fall 2016 (Session A)
Web-Hybrid Instruction
Fort Valley State University (College of Behavioral and Social Science)
Adjunct Instructor- (Undergraduate Level)
Course Title: Internship

Fall I-2016
Mercer University (Penfield College)- Macon Georgia Campus (College of Continuing and Professional Studies)
Adjunct Instructor- (Undergraduate Level)
Course Title: Multicultural Issues in Professional Practice

Summer 2016 (Session A)
W1-Online Instruction
Fort Valley State University (College of Behavioral and Social Science)
Adjunct Instructor- (Undergraduate Level)
Course Title: Cultural Diversity

Summer I-2016
Mercer University (Penfield College)- Macon Georgia Campus (College of Continuing and Professional Studies)
Adjunct Instructor- (Undergraduate Level)
Course Title: Practicum and Internship Supervision

Spring 2016
Fort Valley State University (College of Behavioral and Social Science)
Adjunct Instructor- (Undergraduate Level)
Course Title: Behavior Modification

Spring 2016 (Session 1)
Fort Valley State University (College of Behavioral and Social Science)
Adjunct Instructor- (Undergraduate Level)
Course Title: Cultural Diversity

Spring 2016 (Session 2)
Fort Valley State University (College of Behavioral and Social Science)
Adjunct Instructor- (Undergraduate Level)
Course Title: Cultural Diversity

Spring I and II-2016
Mercer University (Penfield College)- Macon Georgia Campus (College of Continuing and Professional Studies)
Adjunct Instructor- (Undergraduate Level)
Course Title: Practicum and Internship Supervision

Fall I-2015
Mercer University (Penfield College)- Macon Georgia Campus (College of Continuing and Professional Studies)
Adjunct Instructor- (Undergraduate Level)
Course Title: Psychopathology

Fall II-2015
Mercer University (College of Continuing and Professional Studies): Online Instruction
Online Instruction
Adjunct Instructor- (Undergraduate Level)
Course Title: Life Span/Human Development-Infancy through Late Adulthood

Fall 2015 (Session 1)
Fort Valley State University (College of Behavioral and Social Science)
Adjunct Instructor- (Undergraduate Level)
Course Title: Cultural Diversity

Fall 2015 (Session 2)
Fort Valley State University (College of Behavioral and Social Science)
Adjunct Instructor- (Undergraduate Level)
Course Title: Cultural Diversity

Spring II 2015
Mercer University (Penfield College)- Macon Georgia Campus (College of Continuing and Professional Studies)
Adjunct Instructor- (Undergraduate Level)
Course Title: Life Span/Human Development-Early Adulthood through Death

Fall I 2014-2015
Mercer University (Penfield College)- Macon Georgia Campus (College of Continuing and Professional Studies)
Adjunct Instructor- (Undergraduate Level)
Course Title: Psychopathology

Fall 2014
Fort Valley State University- (College of Behavioral and Social Science)
Guest Lecturer
Course Title and Topic: Social Work Policies and Professional Development: “The Importance of Documentation in the Human Service Profession”

Spring I 2014
Fort Valley State University- (College of Behavioral and Social Science)
Guest Lecturer
Course Title and Topic: Introduction to Counseling Theories Topic: “History of Psychoanalytic Theory and Sigmund Freud/How to Assess your Personal Theoretical Orientation”

Spring II 2014
Mercer University- Macon Georgia Campus (College of Continuing and Professional Studies)
Adjunct Instructor- (Undergraduate Level)
Course Title: Life Span/Human Development-Infancy through Adolescence

Summer 2013
Fort Valley State University- Warner Robins, Georgia Campus (School Counseling Program):
Hybrid Instruction
Adjunct Instructor – (Post Graduate Level)
Course Title: Advanced Career Counseling

Summer 2013
Argosy University- Sarasota Florida Campus (College of Psychology and Behavioral Sciences):
Online Instruction
Adjunct Instructor – (Graduate Level)
Course Title: Career and Lifestyle Assessment

Spring 2013
Argosy University- Sarasota Florida Campus (College of Psychology and Behavioral Sciences):
Blended Instruction
Teaching Assistant- (Graduate Level)
Course Title: Counseling in Community Settings

Spring 2013
Argosy University- Sarasota Florida Campus (College of Psychology and Behavioral Sciences):
Blended Instruction
Teaching Assistant – (Graduate Level)
Course Title: Essentials of Interviewing

Spring 2013
Mercer University- Macon Georgia Campus (College of Continuing and Professional Studies)
NOTE: Partial instruction-replaced another faculty latter part of semester
Adjunct Instructor- (Undergraduate Level)
Course Title: Current Psychotherapies

Spring 2013
Argosy University (College of Psychology and Behavioral Sciences): Webinar Based Instruction
Teaching Assistant- (Graduate Level)
Course Title: Marriage and Family Therapy Practicum Supervision

Fall 2012
Mercer University (College of Continuing and Professional Studies): Online Instruction
Adjunct Instructor- (Undergraduate Level)
Course Title: Human Development-Infancy through Adolescence

Fall 2012
Mercer University (College of Continuing and Professional Studies): Online Instruction
Adjunct Instructor- (Undergraduate Level)
Course Title: Life Span/Human Development-Infancy through Late Adulthood

Fall 2012
Argosy University (College of Psychology and Behavioral Sciences): Webinar Based Instruction
Teaching Assistant- (Graduate Level)
Course Title: Mental Health Counseling Practicum Supervision

Spring 2012
Mercer University- Macon Georgia Campus (College of Continuing and Professional Studies)
Adjunct Instructor- (Undergraduate Level)
Course Title: Life Span/Human Development-Infancy through Adolescence

Fall 2011
Miller-Motte Technical College-Macon, Georgia
Participated in “Becoming an Instructor Seminar”
Demonstrated teaching ability in a 15 minutes teaching demonstration to current students and faculty
Topic-Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs

Spring 2011
Fort Valley State University- (College of Behavioral and Social Science)
Guest Lecturer
Course Topic: Career Perspectives in the field of Social Work and Counseling

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

June 2012-present
CEO
Bridgestone Consulting Services, LLC

Macon Georgia

  • Provide professional counseling services to Children, Adolescents and Families in a Private
    Sector
  • Provide Clinical Supervision to persons in pursuit of Clinical Licensure
  • Provide personal and professional development through trainings on various topics


April 2006- May 2011

Morningstar Children and Family Services, Inc.
(Community Based Services)
*Note various job titles within employment period

  • April 2009-May 2011
    PROGRAM ADMINISTRATOR- Region 6 Area

    • Assumed responsibility for the oversight and day- to- day operation of outpatient Mental Health Clinics: (Reynolds, Macon, and Columbus, GA). Some specific responsibilities include marketing,provision of services, quality assurance, training and supervision of all administrative, paraprofessional, clinical, and nursing staff.
    • Provided therapeutic services to consumers in need and assigned appropriate skilled clinicians to each case
    • Maintained all financial and billing instances to include Medicaid and CMO billing and authorizations

 

  • October 2007-April 2009
    ASSISTANT VICE PRESIDENT

    • Provided direct supervision to Regional Supervisory staff including family resource centers regional coordinator supervisor and mental health clinic directors in the designated region
    • Provided oversight of all financial matters, marketing, and provision of services, quality assurance, training and supervision of staff, Medicaid Programs, mental health clinics, and family resource centers throughout the designated region

 

  • May 2007- October 2007
    REGIONAL COORDINATOR

    • Assumed responsibility for the administrative and clinical functioning of agency
    • Supervised all FRC staff including Therapist and Parent Educators
    • Conducted weekly treatment Team Meeting to includes to include clinical supervision of cases
    • Maintained personnel files and assumed responsibility for agency hiring
    •  Developed annual budget for all programs
    • Provided outpatient/in-home therapy as needed
    • Provided marketing and public relations to existing service areas (Region 4)

 

  • April  2006- May 2007
    PART-TIME THERAPIST

    • Provided in- home individual and family counseling to children and families
    • Developed Treatment Plans for consumers served
    • Assisted families in locating and utilizing community resources

 

December 1994- May 2007
SERVICE COORDINATOR
Georgia Center
Reynolds, Georgia

  • Worked directly with adolescent males with sexual behavior problems and adolescent females with dual diagnosis to include behavioral and mental disorders in a residential setting
  • Provided individual, group, and family counseling to families and adolescents
  • Provided direct supervision to Residential Manager and Case Manager
  • Provided direct supervision of other services designated in the Plan of Care for milieu, recreation, and life skills activities
  • Participated in weekly management team meetings
  • Participated in discharge planning meetings for clients to ensure proper discharge planning. Also responsible for the completion of discharge summary.
  • Participated in admission committee meetings and utilization reviews on all clients
  • Served as the head of the Plan of Care Treatment Team for clients by providing clinical knowledge and care through therapeutic intervention and skills
  • Performed mental status and psychosocial evaluation upon admission of new clients

LICENSES AND CERTIFICATIONS

  • Approved Clinical Supervisor- (ACS)-(2016)
  • Certified Clinical Trauma Professional- (2013)
  • Certified Anger Management Specialist- (2012)
  • Prepare- Enrich (Pre-Marital/Marriage Counselor Facilitator)- (2012)
  • Trauma Focused-Cognitive Behavior Therapy Trained- (2011)
  • Certified Professional Counselor Supervisor (CPCS)-(2010)
  • Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) Trained – (2010)
  • Seven Challenges Substance Abuse Curriculum Trained-(2009)
  • Certified Juvenile Sex Offender Counselor- (2008)
  • Mentor Training -Youth Challenge Academy-Fort Gordon- (2008)
  • Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC)-(2006)
  • CPR and First Aid Certified – (Current)
  • Certified in Safe Crisis Management (1999-2000)
  • Therapeutic Crisis Intervention Trainer (1996-1998)

PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIP/AFFILIATIONS

  • Advisory Board Member-International Association of Trauma Professionals (IATP)- (2017)
  • International Association of Trauma Professionals (IATP)- (2016)
  • Chi Sigma Iota National Honor Society- Alpha Upsilon Sigma Chapter (2014)
  • American Counseling Association (ACA)-(2012)
  • South Eastern Association of Counselor Educators and Supervisors (SACES)-(2012)
  • Licensed Professional Counselor Association of Georgia (LPCA-GA) -(2008)
  • National Board of Certified Counselors (NCC)-(2007)
  •  Fort Valley State University National Alumni Association (2012)
  • Attended Mercer University Annual Adjunct Professor Retreat- (2010/2011/2012/2013/2014/2015/2016)
  • Taylor County Child Fatality Review Board Member -(2010/2011)
  • Clinical Membership- (ATSA) Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers- (2000-2007)

SELECTED VOLUNTEER EXPERIENCE

  • VOLUNTEER/COMMUNITY SPONSOR- Annual Feed the City Food Drive
    New Hope International (Peach County) -(2012- Present)
  • VOLUNTEER- Scholarship Steering Committee (Social Work Club)
    Fort Valley State University (2011-Present)
  • VOLUNTEER- First Step Program, (Educating new Mothers on the affects of Child Abuse) (1998-2002)
    Rainbow House Children’s Resource Center, Warner Robins, Georgia
  • VOLUNTEER/FACILITATOR “A New Beginning" Domestic Violence Group, (2001)
    Peach Regional Medical Center, Fort Valley, Georgia

RESEARCH INTERESTS

  • Childhood Sexual Trauma and Adult Intimacy Patterns
  • African American “Fatherless Daughters” and the Impact on Adult Intimacy in Relationships
  • The Exploration of “Why Children Don’t Tell” (Understanding Sexual Abuse Victimization in Depth)
  • The Lived experiences of “Fatherless Daughters”
  • The Relationship between Complicated Grief and Trauma
  • Childhood Survivors of Parental Suicide
  • Fibroid Tumors and Depression in Women
  • Micro-aggression and the Black Culture

PROFESSIONAL REFERENCES

Dr. Komanduri Murty
Fort Valley State University
College of Behavioral Science Department Chair

Dr. Susan L. Ogletree
Argosy University
Adjunct/Dissertation Committee Chair
College of Psychology and Behavioral Sciences

Dr. Mike Dubi, Ed.D.
Argosy University
Associate Professor
College of Psychology and Behavioral Sciences

Dr. Kyra J. Omus, Ed. D, HS-BCP
Professor, Human Service Degree Program (Former Department Chair)
Department of Counseling and Human Sciences
Penfield College, Mercer University

Dr. Tamara Brown Payne, Ph.D., LPC, CRC, NCC
Fort Valley State University
Assistant Professor
Rehabilitation Counseling and Case Management

Robin Robinson, LCSW, Diplomat
Morningstar Mental Health Clinic
Program Administrator

Ronald Hughley, LCSW, Diplomat

James A. Vaughns, PhD, LPC, CPCS, CACII

PUBLICATIONS

  • CO-AUTHOR: A book entitled “Intrafamilial Childhood Sexual Abuse: A Phenomenological Study of Counselors’ Experiences” with Komanduri S. Murty,
  • CO-AUTHOR of an approved manuscript, "Racial Micro-Aggression Related to Voter ID Laws in the United States" with Komanduri Murty
  • CO-AUTHOR of an approved manuscript, Anti-Transgender Bathroom Law Controversy: Protection or Discrimination” with Komanduri S. Murty, Bridget Holyfield-Moss, and Ashwin G. Vyas

TRAINING/SPECIAL PRESENTATIONS

  • PRESENTER- The Georgia Association of Licensed Adoption Agencies- “Roadmap to Trauma Competency”- (Atlanta, Georgia-February 2017)
  • TRAINER- Georgia Center for Resources & Support -(June 2017) Topic: “Hoarding”-Webinar Training
  • KEYNOTE SPEAKER- Fort Valley State University- TRiO Student Support Services Spring 2016 Senior Awards Banquet -(December 2016) Topic: “Excellence”
  • TRAINER- Georgia Center for Resources & Support -(September, 2016) Topic: “Anger: The Firewall within the Family”-Webinar Training
  • PRESENTER- Georgia Mentor Annual Adoption Conference- “Successful Strategies on Handling Bullying”- (Macon, Georgia-August 2016)
  • PRESENTER- Licensed Professional Counselor Association of Georgia Annual Conference (Stone Mountain, Georgia-May 5, 2016): Topic: “Action Speaks Volumes: Case Conceptualization in Supervision”
  • TRAINER- Georgia Center for Resources & Support -(May, 2016) Topic: “Embracing Cultural Sensitivity in Families”-Webinar Training
  • TRAINER/KEYNOTE SPEAKER- Georgia Department of Corrections /Spectrum Mental Health- Annual Ethics Training (Macon, Georgia-December 2015) Topic: “Ethical Guidelines in the Counseling Profession”
  • TRAINER- Georgia Center for Resources & Support -(December 2015) Topic: “What is Attachment Disorder: How does impact me and my family”–Webinar Training
  • TRAINER- Georgia Center for Resources & Support -(November 2015) Topic: “Putting on the Breaks: A Parent Guide to Understanding ADHD in Children”– Webinar Training
  • TRAINER- Georgia Center for Resources & Support -(October 2015) Topic: “Solving Difficult Behaviors-The Teen Brain Under Construction”–Webinar Training
  • TRAINER- Georgia Center for Resources & Support -(September 2015) Topic: “Successful Strategies on Handling Bullying” –Webinar Training
  • TRAINER- Department of Human Resources/Bethany Christian Services: Annual Foster Parent Summit (Clayton State University-Jonesboro, Georgia-June 2015) Topic: “ManagiDisruptions and Unrealistic Expectations”
  • TRAINER- Department of Human Resources/Bethany Christian Services: Annual Foster Parent Summit (Tifton, Georgia-September 2014) Topic: “Child Mental Health Diagnosis”
  • KEYNOTE SPEAKER- Fort Valley State University- Department of Behavioral Sciences Fall 2014 Honors Awards Banquet -(December 2014) Topic: “Quality in the Helping Profession”
  • TRAINER- Department of Human Resources/Bethany Christian Services: Annual Foster Parent Summit (Macon, Georgia-August 2014) Topic: “How to Handle a Crisis”
  • TRAINER- Georgia Center for Resources & Support -(October 2014) Topic: “How to Handle a Crisis”–Webinar Training
  • TRAINER- Georgia Center for Resources & Support (May 2014) Topic: “Sibling Rivalry”–Webinar Training
  • TRAINER-Licensed Professional Counselors Association of Georgia (Macon, Georgia- March 2014) Topic: “Supervision 101”
  • TRAINER- Department of Human Resources/Bethany Christian Services: Annual Foster Parent Summit (Tifton, Georgia-March 2014) Topic: “Understanding attachment through
  • the eyes of a child, Ages 0-5 years old”
  • TRAINER- Georgia Center for Resources & Support (December 2013) Topic: “Hoarding, Stealing, & Lying: Surviving tools for Parents & Children” –Webinar Training
  • TRAINER- Department of Human Resources/Bethany Christian Services: Annual Foster Parent Summit (Albany, Georgia- October 2013) Topic: “Understanding attachment through the eyes of a child, Ages 0-5 years old”
  • TRAINER- Department of Human Resources/Bethany Christian Services: Annual Foster Parent Summit (Tifton, Georgia- May 2013) Topic: “De-escalating the out of control child”
  • GUEST MOTIVATIONAL SPEAKER- Fort Valley State University- Behavior Health Fair (March 2103) Topic: “Behavior Health and Career Choices”
  • TRAINER- Department of Human Resources/Bethany Christian Services: Annual Foster Parent Summit (Lyons, Georgia- March 2013) Topic: “Successful Strategies on Handling Bullying”
  • TRAINER- Department of Human Resource/Bethany Christian Services: (December 2012) Topic: “Parenting Children Exhibiting Sexual Behavior Problems” –Webinar Training
  • TRAINER- Department of Human Resources/Bethany Christian Services: Annual Foster Parent Summit/Methodist Children’s Home, (Macon, Georgia- June 2012) Topic: “The Impact of Trauma on Families: Avoiding Burnout”
  • GUEST MOTIVATIONAL SPEAKER- Fort Valley State University- Social Work Summit (SEPTEMBER 2012) Topic: “Life After College”
  • GUEST SPEAKER- Taylor County Elementary School (April, 2011) D.A.R.E Program: Topic: “Drugs, Alcohol and Self Esteem “
  • TRAINER- The Annual Georgia Association of Homes and Services for Children Conference /St. Simmons Islands Georgia (April 1999) Training Topic: “Juvenile Sex Offenders in a Residential Setting”
  • ANNUAL PRESENTATIONS-Georgia Center for Youth, Reynolds Georgia (2000-2004) Presentation Topics:” Intervention Strategies for Juvenile Male Sex Offenders”;” Cycle of Abuse: Breaking the Cycle” (2000-2004)