Horses, Hooves & Hope-14

Domestic violence in the number one cause of injury to women. Intimate partner violence is not limited to women. One in four men have been victims of some sort of intimate partner violence in their lifetime. Love and Alvarez Psychology is working with nonprofits to help raise awareness about this potentially deadly epidemic. Their team provides victims with therapy free of charge through Kathy's Legacy Foundation and helps to raise funds so victims can get on with their lives and provide for their families. The latest event is aimed at raising hope for the Rodriquez family. Intimate partner violence left three young girls without their parents after their mother was murdered by her estranged husband. If you are interested in helping to raise hope for the Rodriquez girls you can contribute to the Hooves, Hats & Hope event at the Del Mar Thoroughbred Club.

http://www.kathyslegacy.org/get-involved/

CA LICENSE NO: PSY 15664 / HI LICENSE NO: PSY 1511

Love Community 2

CA LICENSE NO: PSY 15664 / HI LICENSE NO: PSY 1511

This is a rare opportunity to receive a judicial perspective on what is needed to be granted a domestic violence restraining order. The event is free to the public and qualifies for 2 hours of MCLE credits. The featured speakers range from Superior Court judges to divorce psychologists. The honorable Dwayne K. Moring and Margo Lewis will give the judge's perspective. Divorce Psychologist Dr. Lori Love with give the emotional perspective and Christine Pangan will discuss some of the logistics of obtaining both a temporary domestic violence restraining order and a more permanent order.