Trainings

  • Interviewed on the Nick Taliafero Show on 900AM WURD and discussed “Infidelity and how to recover from it…”  (October, 2016).
  • Presented “Work and Home Balance” at Dow Jones Corporation (September, 2016).
  • Presented “Domestic Violence” for Aetna Resources for Living at Bank of America (September, 2016).
  • Serving as Conference Chair for the Association of Black Sexologists and Clinicians Roundtable Discussion Series in the U.S. Virgin Islands (April 2016-April 2017).
  • Served as Conference Chair for the second Black Families, Black Relationships, Black Sexuality National Conference in Philadelphia, PA.  (October, 2016).
  • Interviewed on the Nick Taliafero Show on 900AM WURD and discussed “It’s a love thing…”  (September, 2016).
  • Interviewed on National Public Radio about how to talk truthfully with children about protesting peacefully and social justice issues (August, 2016).
  • Conducted sexuality therapy supervision for the American Association of Sexuality Educators, Counselors, and Therapists at the 49th Annual Conference (June, 2016).
  • Presented “Sexuality and Body Image”; “Sexuality and Values Clarification”; and “Male Sexual Dysfunction” at the University of Muhibili in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, Africa (April, 2016).
  • Presented “Work and Home Balance” at Dow Jones Corporation (January, 2016).
  • Presented “Adopting a Healthy Lifestyle” at Dow Jones Corporation (January, 2016).
  • Presented “New Year’s Resolution” at Ericsson Corporation (January, 2016).
  • Served on panel for Lincoln University’s Brown Bag Lunch Series “Diversity and Inclusiveness” (November, 2015).
  • Serving as Chair for the Association of Black Sexologists and Clinicians Roundtable Discussion Series in the U.S. Virgin Islands (April 2015-April 2016).
  • Served as Conference Chair for the first Black Families, Black Relationships, Black Sexuality National Conference in Philadelphia, PA.  (October, 2015).
  • Interviewed on the Nick Taliafero Show on 900AM WURD and discussed the hacking of AshleyMadison.com (September, 2015).
  • Selected by the National Board of Certified Counselors International and the Global Engagement Institute to participate in a training in Rwanda to address genocide and trauma.  Earned a International Mental Health Facilitator certificate (August, 2015).
  • Presented “Who’s taking care of you?” at the Leadership Mentoring Institute at Miles College (Birmingham, AL) (July, 2015).
  • Presented Relationship GPS for Johnson & Johnson in Ft. Washington, PA (March, 2015)
  • Interviewed for KUT National Syndicated Radio with John L. Hanson Jr., “In Black America Podcast:  The Journal of Black Sexuality and Relationships” (November, 2014).
  • Founded and serve as Principal for the Association of Black Sexologists and Clinicians (United States) (October, 2014).
  • Presented “Psychology Credentials: What do you need to practice psychology in PA?” for The Delaware Valley Association of Black Psychologists (October, 2014).
  • Served as panelist “Love and Hip Hop in Academia for Black Doctoral Network Conference (Philadelphia, PA)(October, 2014).
  • Founded and serve as Principal for the Association of Black Sexologists and Clinicians (September, 2014 to present)
  • Presented “Sexual addiction and compulsivity” for PA CURE Grant (University of Pennsylvania)(July, 2014).
  • Presented “Who’s taking care of you?” at the Leadership Mentoring Institute at Miles College (Birmingham, AL) (July, 2014).
  • Presented “Sexual decision making among Black male college students” at the University of Pennsylvania’s Charles O’Brien/PACURE grant Didactic Lecture Series (June, 2014).
  • Served as human service expert in “Twitter Town Hall National Meeting….Men’s Sexual Health” for Healthyblackmen.org (May, 2014).
  • Served as keynote speaker for Lincoln University’s Psychology and Human Services Department “End of the Year Internship Reflections, 2013-2014” (April, 2014)
  • Hosted student seminar for Lincoln University’s Master of Human Services Program, “What can you do with your MHS degree?” (March, 2014).
  • Serve as contributor and source expert for the Frank Love Show (February, 2014).
  • He Said/She Said. Blackdoctor.org (Chicago, IL) Facebook Noontime Chat (February, 2014).
  • Served as source expert for the Frank Love Show, “Boundaries around parenting; Boundaries around your intimate relationship” (January, 2014).
  • Served as contributor to Ebony Magazine, “Start your libido engines”. (November, 2013).
  • Presented “I could see it in your eyes…” Deconstructing verbal and nonverbal forms of communication as it relates to friendship, romantic relationships, and professional relationships. Program for Fulbright Foundation at Lincoln University (August, 2013).
  • Served as contributor and source expert for Ebony Magazine, “Let’s Talk about Sex” (July, 2013).
  • Served as source expert for television guest appearance Love and Life Magazine’s “An Exploration of Passion” (May, 2013).
  • Served as contributor to Glamour Magazine’s article (Via living.msn.com), 9 Little Dating Mistakes that Could be Keeping You Single, (May, 2013).
  • Served as keynote speaker for Professional African American Men’s Dinner Network of New Jersey. “Redefining masculinity for Today’s Modern Black Man” (April, 2013).
  • Presented licensure test preparation course for MHS alumni and raised $3250.00 for the Dr. Violet Plantz Endowment Fund. (March, 2013).
  • Served as contributor and source expert for Ebony Magazine, “Salvage your torpedoed libido” (February, 2013)
    Served as radio guest on the Frank Love Show (online) “I’m gonna keep it real: You can’t handle the truth,” (Janaury, 2013).
  • Served as contributor and source expert for Ebony Magazine, “Take the orgasm intensity quiz” (September, 2012).
    Presented “What else is there besides sex?” at Lincoln University (September, 2012).
  • Presented “…But I Thought She Liked Me…”: An Interactive Discussion about Communication and Boundary Setting. Program for Fulbright Foundation at Lincoln University (August, 2012).
  • Presented licensure test preparation course for MHS alumni and raised $3000.00 for the Dr. Violet Plantz Endowment Fund. (August, 2012).
  • Served as guest speaker on V103-DC, WOLB, TV-1/Radio-1 1010AM (Baltimore, MD) on the “Ask Dr. B Show:The Lincoln University Experience”. (June, 2012)
  • Served as source expert for the Huffington Post (Spreecast) “The Mommy-Daddy Yo-Yo”:Should parents try to “work” it out for the sake of the children or get divorced?(June, 2012)
  • Served as guest speaker at Harambee Charter School (Philadelphia) Career Fair Day (May, 2012)
  • Served as contributor to Ebony Magazine, “Weight and Your Mate” (May, 2012)
  • Served as source expert for Match.com “5 Online Dating Misconceptions” (April, 2012)
  • Served on career panel for the Gregory Elementary School, Trenton, NJ (March, 2012)
  • Served as guest on the Audrey Chapman Show (WHUR/Sirius Channel 141) “The Lost Art of Seduction.” (February, 2012)
  • Served on panel for the Philadelphia Sun’s & WDAS-FM’s Black Love Experience. (February, 2012)
  • Served as guest on the Christine Faggans Show 1360AM (TNJC) “The Lost and Found Box” (February, 2012)
  • Served as morning speaker at Elizabeth Spiritual Worship Center. “Relationship Resolutions for 2012.” (January, 2012).
  • Selected and serve on the board of Blacks Educating Blacks about Sexual Health Issues. Philadelphia, PA. (BEBASHI) (December, 2011)
  • Selected and served on University Honorary Doctorate Degree Committee (November, 2011)
  • Served as keynote speaker for Lincoln University Student Life and Development—“No Risk, No Reward.” (November, 2011)
  • Presented Check-In, Not Out: How to Deal with Stress and Anxiety in College at Lincoln University. Program for Second Year Experience Students (October, 2011)
  • Presented “So what are you into? A discussion about fantasy and desire,” at Sweet Escape, New Hope, PA (October, 2011)
  • Served as sexuality educational consultant for People Helping People (Support group for sex offenders/perpetrators) in Trenton, New Jersey (July, 2011 to present)
  • Secured Faculty Assessment and Development Grant at Lincoln University (June, 2011)
  • Served as relationship expert columnist for Healthyblackmen.org (May, 2011 to present)
  • Presented “Am I really satisfied? Restoring Intimacy in Black Relationships” for Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Incorporated., Alpha Epsilon Lambda Chapter in Jackson, Mississippi (April, 2011)
  • Presented “More than you bargained for…Between the sheets—Male Sexuality Forum” at Lincoln University (April, 2011)
  • Wissahickon Charter school Career Fair presenter (April, 2011)
  • Presented “Conflict resolution and boundary setting for resident assistants.” at Lincoln University (March, 2011).
  • Presented “Improving your Self-Esteem and making good decisions” workshop for the DSCS and EMAP programs at Lincoln University (February, 2011)
  • Co-presented relationship workshop for Bible Study students at Lincoln University (February, 2011)
  • Presented “Social construction versus essentialism? Moving beyond the monolith of collegiate teaching and discourse about African American sexual expression.” at 41st Pennsylvania Black Conference on Higher Education (February, 2011)
  • Presented “Would you marry you?” for Salvation Army (Philadelphia) staff retreat (November, 2010)
  • Keynote Speaker for Alpha Phi Alpha’s “Project Alpha: Kids communicating with parents about sexuality” (November, 2010)
  • Contributor to New York Daily News column about emotional affairs (October, 2010)
  • Served as relationship expert for Lincoln University 88.7FM radio show “Real Talk, Real Sex” (October, 2010)
  • Served as domestic violence expert for Internet Talk Radio, “Domestic violence wears many tags” (September, 2010)
  • Presented for the National Association of Social Workers (Philadelphia Chapter), “Bet your bottom dollar…”
  • Gambling addiction and the implications for social work. (September, 2010)
  • Served as source expert for MSN.com “Myths of online dating” (Fall, 2010)
  • Served as source expert for Complete Woman’s Magazine for “Sex and intimacy tips to keep your relationship alive” (June/July, 2010)
  • Presented, “Should parents talk with the children about sexuality?” at Restoration of the Village Conference, Toledo, Ohio (April, 2010)
  • Served as relationship expert for VJS Enterprises (Chicago) “Love the one you’re with.” (February, 2010)
  • Served as relationship expert for WGN (Chicago) (December, 2009 to Present)
  • Served as source expert for Ebony Magazine for “Keeping the relationship spicy during troubled economic times” (August, 2009)
  • Interviewed and served as relationship expert for “Would you marry you?” by Chris Costello and Mary Collier for the “4BC Breakfast Program” in Melbourne, Australia (December, 2008)
  • Served as relationship and communication expert and guest on “The Audrey Chapman Show” WHUR (96.3 FM) talk radio (August, 2008)
  • Developed and instructed “Intimacy and Relationships” at Spa East, Philadelphia (July, 2008).
  • Served as relationship and communication expert and guest on Herman Washington Show. WHUR (Washington D.C.) talk radio (May, 2008)
  • Served as relationship and communication expert and guest on “Relationship Wednesdays” WURD (900 AM) talk radio (April 2008 to present).
  • Developed and instructed organizational development in-service for Addict Referral, Baltimore, Maryland (February, 2006)
  • Served as relationship and communication expert and guest on the Trinity Broadcast Network Television (May, 2005).
  • Developed and instructed teacher and administrative training workshops for Lower Merion School District, Diversity and Inclusion in the Classroom and the Teacher’s Lounge at Welsh Valley Middle School, Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania (April-May, 2004)
  • Developed and instructed teacher and administrative training workshops for Great Valley School District, Diversity and Inclusion in the Classroom and the Teacher’s Lounge at Great Valley Middle School, Great Valley, Pennsylvania (April-May, 2004)
  • Developed and instructed interactive workshop, Expressions of Intimacy and Communication in Relationships at the Children’s Hospital of Pennsylvania (January to April, 2004)
  • Developed and instructed interactive workshop, Expressions of Intimacy and Communication in Relationships at Temple University (March 15, 2000)
  • Co-facilitated adolescent decision making workshop for Planned Parenthood Delaware (March-April 1999)
  • Served as relationship and communication expert and guest on WHAT (1340 AM) talk radio (April, 1999)
  • Served as relationship and communication expert and guest on WHAT (1340 AM) talk radio (August, 1998)
  • Co-facilitated Sexual Attitude Reassessment (SAR) for the Department of Public Health, Boston, Massachusetts, (April, 1998)
  • Developed and instructed interactive workshop, Stereotypes and Myths about African Americans at James Madison University, Harrisonburg, Virginia (April, 1998)
  • Developed and instructed interactive workshop, Expressions of Intimacy in Relationships at Indiana University-Northwestern, Gary, Indiana (February, 1998)
  • Developed and instructed interactive workshop, Understanding Issues of Power and Date Rape at Cheyney University, Cheyney, Pennsylvania (November, 1997)
  • Lectured on Safe Sex and Decision Making: What People Sometimes Say — What People Sometimes Mean at Lincoln University, Lincoln, Pennsylvania (November, 1997)
  • Developed and instructed interactive workshop, HIV/AIDS and Sexually Transmitted Infections—Developing Cognitive, Affective, and Behavioral Awareness; Understanding Power and Gender as it Relates to Rape on College Campuses at Cheyney University, Cheyney, Pennsylvania (August, 1997)

 

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