Grace Romero is the Chief Executive Director and Lead Facilitator/ Trainer for Time of Change. She has over 18 years of experience working with Victims of Domestic Violence, Sexual Assault, SUD and Human Trafficking.
Grace has experience working with youth at Youth Detention Facilities (YDF's) and the Department of Juvenile Justice (DJJ). She has Facilitated classes at various jails and prisons with both men and women. She has experience working differential response and SART Teams, Crises Intervention, Suicide, Self-Harm, and Trauma, CBT, Trauma Informed Care and Multiple approaches to supporting clients in their healing process. Time of Change works collectively with probation and parole departments and is committed to interrupting the cycle of violence, targeting criminal thinking and reducing the recidivism rate through promoting prosocial skills, education, social, emotional control, and moral reasoning. Moreover, Time of Change develops cultural empowerment and strengthening of families by fostering healthy relationships.
TIME of CHANGE only uses Evidence - Based Practices (EBP) to reduce recidivism and to increase public safety, correcting anti-social maladaptive behaviors, addressing not just the symptom but the core trauma that activated the behaviors.