This Sunday Let’s Talk Love topic of discussion will be on Domestic Violence. I have a guest speaker coming in name April Haugabrook. She is a Licensed Social Worker April Haugabrook. In Ms. Haugabrook’s 8 plus years of experience in the Social Work field, she has been honored to service Client’s in the areas of Trauma, Substance Abuse, Mental Health, and Geriatrics. Ms. Haugabrook realized early in her career, that she was expected to assist Clients with current problems that were either caused or amplified as a result of unresolved experiences.
Ms. Haugabrook has over 15 years of theatrical experience, including but not limited to Poetry, Playwriting, Acting, Dance, and Directing. She received training in Theater Arts and Social Work from Virginia State University and The University of Akron. Through merging her education, experience and passion, she found her purpose and formed Progressive Perspective Theatrical Company in February of 2015. Making a wave of plays touching on the family dysfunctions that no one wants to talk about.
April Believes Domestic Violence goes much further than what some people consider. Domestic violence often presets itself in cycles. This is something many families struggle with in a generational cycle of domestic violence and the only way to stop the cycle is to address the underlying issue. I will be discussing with Ms. April the cycle of abuse and many more things on domestic violence. If you were involved in such an experience or know someone that was, feel free to call in and speak on your experience. Callers will have the opportunity to remain anonymous so get your opportunity to voice your opinion during my Talk Yo Talk session. Domestic Violence is never ok if you or someone you know find themselves in a situation they aren’t sure how to get out of seek the Domestic Violence hotline 1-800-799-7233. Be sure to tune in this Sunday 7pm-8pm Lets Talk Love.