Kristin Carmichael is a leading advocate, speaker and consultant in the area of domestic violence.
She offers services in the following areas:
- Conference speaker
- Seminar and workshop leader
- Expert witness
- Consultation services for medical providers & hospitals
- Technical support for domestic violence providers & shelters
Kristin, a Licensed Independent Social Worker in New Mexico, holds Master’s degrees in social work, and business administration. She is Domestic Violence Specialist at CHRISTUS St. Vincent Regional Medical Center. In this role, Carmichael consults, trains, and collects data to develop the Southwest’s first medical-advocacy program dedicated to the safety of abuse survivors.
The former manager at Esperanza Shelter for Battered Families, she’s an expert in the dynamics of unhealthy relationships advocating for and counseling more than a thousand domestic violence survivors. Her research on the types and frequency of abuse survivors endure previous to shelter entry has been published.
She has, since 2001 trained teens, law enforcement, judicial system officials, healthcare and business professionals, on issues related to domestic violence. She has presented seminars to behavioral health professionals at conferences, shared her original research and theory at statewide and national conferences, and has given multiple interviews for both newspapers and radio.
Kristin is on the cutting edge of theory and effective practice. She is also the co-facilitator of Santa Fe’s Medical Action Team of the Coordinated Community Response Council, a member of New Mexico’s Domestic Violence Homicide Review Team, a co-founder of Santa Fe’s Safety First Team, a steering committee member for Santa Fe’s Coordinated Community Response Council, and a member of New Mexico’s Network to End Domestic Violence.
If you are interested in retaining Kristin’s services, please contact her at 505-333-9343. She would be happy to discuss your needs and fee for services.