BIO - Kenn I. Hicks LCSW,
Inducted into the School of Social Work Hall of Fame
Kenn I. Hicks has a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Sociology from Winston Salem State University in North Carolina, and a Master's Degree in Social Work from the University of Kentucky. He is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, and an Approved/Certified Domestic Violence Counselor. In 2008 Hicks was inducted into the University of Kentucky, School of Social Work "Hall of Fame" for his efforts to reduce domestic violence and dating violence. Hicks has appeared on television, talk-radio programs, and featured in many newspaper articles for his holistic approach to domestic violence and teen/adult/elderly dating violence prevention.

His featured articles have been well received throughout California for many years. The articles have explained his concepts of reducing violence in the home and community. Hicks have received great reviews for his book the "Eleven Building Blocks of Domestic Violence Prevention," and his development of a Boot Camp for Batterers. The theme for the Boot Camp is "Rehabilitation Through Realization of the Victims Devastation."

Hicks has lectured throughout the United States on Domestic Violence Prevention and the book he authored, "Eleven Building Blocks of Domestic Violence Prevention." He has lectured at colleges/universities, community agencies/organizations, hospitals, churches, various treatment programs and for the Los Angeles County Grand Jury. His book was written for victims, batterers/abusers, and family members who have been experiencing domestic violence and dating violence.

Newspaper Articles Awards and Recognition
Kenn I. Hicks, Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Certified Domestic Violence Counselor, 818.788.8667