offers individual, group, and couples therapy, psychiatric services, as well as academic and career counseling.We also provide outreach and consult with faculty, staff and students who are concerned about students in distress.And, we are the one of the few places on campus not required by Title IX or the Clery Act to report ANY information regarding an incident of interpersonal violence.
is proud to partner with Chrysalis Network to bring the Solving the Campus Sexual Assault & Dating Violence Puzzle Conference to NC State.
Campuses nationally are continuing to work hard to meet and exceed federal requirements around sexual and dating violence prevention and response.
He currently sits on the board of MERGE for Equality, an organization that works to engage men around violence prevention.
Pierre holds a Bachelor’s in Social Anthropology and a minor in Ethnic Studies: Human Rights from Harvard University as well as a Master of Divinity from Harvard Divinity School.
As the national lens on these issues has brought much needed advocacy, investigation, and prevention programs to campuses, it has also created compliance-driven campuses versus those focused on being proactive and doing what’s right.
This year’s conference strives to re-commit us to this work, remind us that this work is vital for the health and success of our campus communities whether there are regulations in place or not, and provide participants with tangible strategies and effective approaches to campus advocacy, prevention, and investigations.
Virginia Duplessis, MSW is a Program Director at Futures Without Violence, providing oversight and technical assistance for multiple initiatives designed to improve the public health response to violence against women and increase the capacity of domestic violence services providers to address the health needs of their clients. scholarship, which means Research Action to Deconstruct Institutionalized Cultures and Advocate for Liberation.
She was most recently the Assistant Director of Prevention at the PATH to Care Center at UC Berkeley. Ezzell is an Associate Professor of Sociology at James Madison University. This framework currently includes four areas of concentration and corresponding goals including preventing gender-based violence through education, activism, male engagement, and community partnerships; transforming contextual and systemic factors to promote the healthy development of African American people; and developing multicultural and social justice counselor education teaching and research methods.
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She brings over 15 years of experience in the domestic violence, sexual assault, and public health fields. Born and raised in North Carolina, he received his BA in Women’s Studies at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 1999 before spending three years working full-time in the U. rape crisis movement as a Community Educator and Crisis Advocate. Ezzell returned to UNC-Chapel Hill to pursue graduate studies in sociology with a focus on race/class/gender inequality, interpersonal violence, and critical media studies. He is the executive producer, co-director, and co-writer of MY MASCULINITY HELPS, an educational documentary that explores the role of African American men and boys in the prevention of sexual violence.