Ulester Douglas, M.S.W.
Men Stopping Violence
Director of Training
Ulester Douglas is Director of Training for Men Stopping Violence. He is also a Certified Imago Relationship Therapist and has specialized training in working with individuals, families and communities affected by violence.
Mr. Douglas was the recipient of a National Institute of Mental Health fellowship while completing his master of social work degree at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. He also received the National Black Herstory Task Force Comrade Salute Award in 2004 and was honored by Lifetime Television for Women and the NNEDV in 2003 for his work to end violence against women. He has authored and co-authored articles and curricula on family violence and other human rights issues.
He has provided consultation, training and keynote presentations to community-based organizations and corporations, including: the National Association of Attorneys General; the National College of District Attorneys; the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention; the American Society of Law, Medicine and Ethics; the United States Department of Defense; and the Institute on Domestic Violence in the African American Community.
Mr. Douglas was a member of a Men Stopping Violence delegation to Great Britain in March 2005. As a guest of the Home Office, he contributed to the discourse on “best practices” in the United Kingdom and the United States regarding men who batter. He currently serves on the board of directors of the Washington, D.C--based National Network to End Domestic Violence and on several advisory boards and committees, including the International Association of Chiefs of Police's National Violence Against Women Advisory Group.
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