Dr. Cooper-Lovett not only serves as a marriage and family therapist, but also as a mental health and motivational speaker. Dr. Cooper-Lovett in has presented at many national conferences since her undergraduate career surrounding topics around violence, clinical implications in working with African American youth witnesses to IPV (intimate partner violence), and mental health awareness in African American communities, just to name a few. Dr. Cooper-Lovett has also been on radio, television shows, and panels that discussed issues of texting and its impact on relationships, colorism in the African American community, intimate partner violence (IPV), Mental Health Awareness for African Americans and African American identity. She has also been interviewed for blog features with topics focusing on IPV. Additionally, Dr. Cooper-Lovett's expertise has contributed to peer-reviewed journals, books, blogs, and articles. Dr. Cooper-Lovett is also a reviewer for the journal of interpersonal violence and journal of family violence.
Dr. Cooper-Lovett has done workshops that focus on healthy relationships, as well as workshops on empowerment and growth. She was also the keynote speaker for the Women of Virtue Transitional Foundation's Purple Orchids, Survivor and Thrivers Brunch and Fundraiser event. Additionally, she was awarded the trailblazer of the year award at the event. She has done workshops at local community centers, and various events throughout the Atlanta, GA area. Dr. Cooper-Lovett has also previously facilitated groups with at-risk youth on topics of substance use, trauma, and anger management. Additionally, Dr. Cooper-Lovett is a adjunct professor and supervisor at Mercer University's MFT program. As a mental health and empowerment speaker, Dr. Cooper-Lovett enjoy's messages that are focused on social justice and equality, growth, healthy relationships, preventing dating violence, and empowerment for at-risk youth. Additionally, Dr. Cooper-Lovett does consulting and facilitation of retreats for staff in organizations (trust, morale, cohesion). She also does training's on issues such as sexual harassment/assault, domestic violence, and issues regarding race, gender, ability, sexual orientation and identity.
If you are interested in booking Dr. Cooper-Lovett for a speaking engagement please email or call her for pricing and availability. You can also find some of Dr. Cooper-Lovett's presentations, radio, and tv appearances on her multimedia page.
"Trauma doesn't have to defeat you. It can be a perfect opportunity for growth. Don't just make a comeback. Use it as a catalyst to move forward" -Matt McWilliams
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