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Training Impacting Staff Development

Our mission is to offer training that strengthens staff development, resulting in well-informed, skilled professionals. We are unique agency because we offer mobile training and consulting services to residential and non-residential human services programs. We will travel to organizations nationwide to assist in creating specific trainings to accommodate staff that work outside traditional business hours.

Our nationally recognized training facilitators specialize in these areas:

  • Trauma-Informed Care (Using People of Color Lens)
  • Trauma-Informed Care (What they Failed to Include)
  • At-risk youth of Color
  • Case management
  • Cultural competency
  • Domestic violence/Sexual Assault
  • Foster care (Impact of Being Black in the System)   
  • The Impact of Homelessness and Being Black
  • International Human Trafficking
  • Human Services Intake Workers: training intake workers to gain a better understanding about their personal untapped biases they secure when conducting initial intakes
  • Applying the Low Barrier and Harm Reduction Method
  • The Impact of Mental Illness and Homelessness in Human Services
  • Residential and non-residential milieu training

About Our Training and Staff Development Director



Dr. Jocelyn Perkins-Enabulele, is a certified trainer for Roni LifeWorks Training Center, she is an expert in the areas of domestic violence and sexual assault. She has testified as an expert witness in court, conducted more than 60 professional state and national-level workshops on these issues, and provided outreach services to domestic violence survivors for more than 8 years. Dr. Enabulele developed one of the first domestic violence African American Outreach programs in the state of Texas. She supervised one of the largest domestic violence and sexual assault hotlines that supported women who experienced physical, emotional, and sexual abuse.   

For 2 years, Dr. Enabulele was the co-chair for the African American Task Force with the Texas Council on Family Violence, where she used her experience and expertise to serve African American survivors experiencing domestic violence. During 6 television appearances in Houston, Texas , she addressed the public about violence in the community. 

Though she is deeply committed to her work with the African American community, she also counseled and trained women, men and children from diverse backgrounds, including members of the LGBTQ community, individuals with disabilities, and those in prison.

Dr. Enabulele is well known for supervising and programming residential services that serves at risk youth and adults that are homeless in Austin, Texas, Houston, Texas, Dallas, Texas, Tucson, Arizona, and Seattle, Washington.   


She has over 10 years in International Outreach human services to the West African community focusing in regions of Lagos and Benin City, Nigeria.  Dr. Enabulele international focus is to educate women and youth about health and wellness  with an emphasis on human trafficking in their community.

Since 2005, Dr. Enabulele has been a certified faculty member at the University of Phoenix. She has taught master level counseling classes at City University in Bellevue, WA.

Dr. Enabulele's Education

Dr. Enabulele holds an Associates of Applied Science degree in Human Sciences Mental Health from Houston Community College in Houston, TX, a Bachelor’s degree of Applied Sciences in Human Sciences from Our Lady of the Lake University in San Antonio, TX, and a Master’s degree in Counseling from Prairie View A&M University of Texas in Prairie View, TX. She has her Doctorate in Education in Counseling Psychology from Sarasota University in Sarasota, FL. 

Dr. Enabulele conducted a qualitative research for her doctoral dissertation that addressed why African American women remain in abusive relationships. 

Memberships

Member of Chi Sigma Iota Counseling Academic and Professional Honor Society International, American Counseling Association, and American Professional Society on the Abuse of Children.

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