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Stephanie completed her undergraduate education at Rutgers University and attained a Master's degree from Kean University in Counselor Education in 2013. She worked as a victim witness advocate for the Union County's Prosecutor's Office and completed standards for training approved by the New Jersey Coalition for Battered Women.  She completed her post-graduate training at the Institute for Family Services in 2015 that encompasses family therapy perspectives but is grounded in liberatory strategies for change.  Stephanie is committed equity and social justice practices with families and communities. She is also involved in conducting research with Dr. Carolyn Tubbs on the positive outcomes of integrating liberation-based healing streategies with the standard care for treatment in Batterer's Intervention Programs and Fatherhood Initiatives attached to this services. 

Stephanie has presented at national conferences on the topic of white privilege as an underpinning of oppression for families and communities on the margin. 

 

Stephanie has presented at national conferences on the topic of white privilege as an underpinning of oppression for families and communities on the margin. 

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