Join us for the upcoming Coordinated Community Partnership Meeting!
Join us for a networking opportunity among social service agencies, community resources, law enforcement, and medical personnel. The Coordinated Community Partnership Meeting is an interdisciplinary and collaborative committee for the purpose of facilitating coordinated intervention for victims/survivors of sexual assault and domestic violence.
Wednesday, September 25
1:00PM to 2:30PM
Peace Over Violence
892 North Fair Oaks Ave., Suite D
Pasadena, CA 91103
Deaf, Disabled & Elder Services – Ashley Stacey. Ashley Stacy is CODA, Child of Deaf Adult, and is currently an Associate Marriage Family Therapist who specializes in Client Center Therapy and follows the guidelines of the empowerment model. Ashley is a graduate from Pacific Oaks College, where she obtained a Master’s Degree in Cultural Psychology in Marriage Family Therapy. Ashley got connected to Peace Over Violence in 2015 when she completed her internship as a Marriage Family Trainee. Ashley chose to complete her internship at Peace Over Violence to gain the opportunity to provide therapy directly with the Deaf and Hard of Hearing population. As soon as Ashley graduated she quickly became staff and works as a Trauma Therapist with the Deaf, Disabled and Elder services program.