Michael Levittan, PhD or Dr. Michael is an accomplished and recognized expert on domestic violence, anger management, child abuse, trauma and PTSD. He is a licensed psychotherapist, director of T.E.A.M. - a state-certified batterers’ treatment program, serves as an Expert Witness in court, teaches seminars and courses at UCLA Extension, National Alliance on Mental Illness, International Conference on Violence, Abuse, and Trauma, L.A. Superior Court, Inter-Agency Council on Child Abuse and Neglect, California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists, U.S. Marines, Women’s Shelters, etc. His media work as an expert includes the Tyra Banks Show, ABC-TV News, Staring Over, Bad Girls Club, Montel Williams, Politico.com, Hollywood 411, and radio, on-line, and print publications. Dr. Michael wrote "The History of Infanticide" – a chapter in Violence in Our Society and a chapter on Domestic Violence in “Her Story, His Story” – published this month. He appears in the newly-released documentary on parenting, "The Golden Opportunity of Child Development." He recently completed the soon-to-be-published “Essentials of Anger Management.” Dr. Michael is currently appearing as a Relationship Expert on the Robert Irvine TV show. Recently, he launched the GLOBAL PEACE COMMITTEE as an Executive Board member of the NPEIV Think Tank (National Partnership to End Interpersonal Violence) in order to promote peaceful, humane solutions to societal problems. His passion comes across in his writings, presentations, and media appearances.
Alicia A.G. Limtiaco, JD, served as the United States Attorney for the Districts of Guam and the Northern Mariana Islands (NMI) from June 2010 until March 2017, and was the first woman to hold this office. Limtiaco organized and led critical initiatives and task forces to raise public awareness about child sexual exploitation, human trafficking, civil rights, drug trafficking, gun violence, cybercrime, national security, offender reentry, and community policing among others, in Guam, the NMI, Pacific region, and U.S. mainland. She continues to engage and work with community stakeholders to address critical issues impacting the islands, Pacific region, and global communities. She is a Distinguished Fellow with the Institute on Violence, Abuse and Trauma (IVAT) and an International Fellow with Ho’omaluhia – Family Violence and Sexual Assault Institute – Hawaii Pacific, and has served as a trainer at their international summits. Limtiaco is the chair-elect of the IVAT National Plan to End Interpersonal Violence – Global Peace Action Team and co-chair of the Pacific Peace Plan.