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OCTOBER 1, 2001


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Speech targets domestic violence awareness

By William Marshall
On-line Forty-Niner

October is Domestic Violence Awareness month at Cal State Long Beach. It is a month of awareness for women, featuring several programs including presentations, workshops, and guest speakers specializing in the fields of domestic violence awareness.
 
One of the featured guest speakers is Alyce LaViolette. She will be presenting a two-part program titled, "Domestic Violence: from personal relationships to professional applications," on Tuesday, Oct. 2 from 11 a.m. to12: 30 p.m. in the small auditorium of the University Student Union.
 
During part one of the program, "Anger, Power and Intimate Relationships," LaViolette will discuss the relationship between these three issues. Two key topics covered are how violence can happen in a loving relationship and what the indicators of a potentially violent relationship are.
 
Part two of the program, "A Women's Place: Working with men who batter," will discusses issues related to working with men who batter, participants involved in anger management, the success of the programs, definitions of "success" in such programs, who provide these programs and what their perspective is.
 
LaViolette is a pioneer in the field of domestic violence. She has worked with battered women since 1978, six of those years in the Long Beach Women's shelter. In 1979, she developed "Alternatives to Violence," one of the first programs in the country to work with men who abuse women in intimate relationships.
 
LaViolette also consults corporations concerning domestic violence awareness and serves as an expert witness for the court. She has appeared on local and national television and radio, including the "Tom Snyder Show," the "Maury Povich Show," CNN and National Public Television.

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