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The Journey- Stories of Crisis and Hope

The Journey- Stories of Crisis and Hope

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March 15th 2016:Domestic Violence Across the Life Span

Domestic Violence is an issue that impacts all ages in our society. From child abuse, teen dating violence to domestic violence and elder abuse, violence in intimate relationships is all too common. From emotional abuse, power and control, financial abuse, and physical abuse there are many types of abuse that can occur that puts someone at severe risk of being harmed or even killed. Our show will provide understanding around what is domestic violence, signs and behaviors to be aware of in relationships, the traumatic impact of those being abused as well as those that witness domestic violence

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Robyn Wiktorski-Reynolds, LMSW

Ms. Wiktorski-Reynolds received her undergraduate degree in English & Women’s Studies from the SUNY College at Buffalo and her Masters in Social Work from the University of Texas at Austin. In Austin she supervised the Family Advocacy Program at SafePlace. Upon returning to Buffalo she worked as a Clinical Therapist at the Lee Gross Anthone’s Child Advocacy Center serving children who had been sexually abused/severely physically abused. She joined Crisis Services in 2003 as a Supervising Counselor in the Advocate Program. In 2005 she had a brief tenure at SBI, a non-profit on the University at Buffalo as Director of their Health Education & Human Services. Robyn returned to Crisis Service
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Rebecca Stevens

Rebecca Stevens is in her 16th year as an employee of Crisis Services Advocate Program. During that time, she has held positions as a Domestic Violence Case Manager, a Volunteer/Community Training Specialist, and a Supervising Counselor. In her current role as Program Supervisor, Ms. Stevens provides daily oversight and supervision for the 24 hour client services of the Rape Crisis Program of Erie County, a Non-Residential Domestic Violence and Elder Abuse provider, and the New York State Domestic & Sexual Violence Hotline. Rebecca’s educational background includes a BSW as well as a MS in Human Services Administration both from SUNY College at Buffalo. Ms. Stevens has served as Board Pre
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