has an M.S.W. from the University of Washington. She has worked with the Step-Up since 1998 and co-authored the Step-Up curriculum. She has worked in the field of domestic violence since 1978 and developed and coordinated a Parents’ Anger Management Program for Family Services Domestic Violence Treatment Program in Seattle from 1986 to 1998. Lily authored two curriculums for the program, Anger Management for Parents and Skills for Respectful Parenting. In 1996, she co-authored a curriculum for parents of children who have experienced domestic violence, Helping Children Who Have Experienced Domestic Violence: A Guide for Parents. Lily has conducted trainings and presentations on adolescent violence with family members, effects of domestic violence on children, parenting children exposed to domestic violence, and parent’s anger management. She has trained juvenile court system staff in other counties and states on intervention with youth who are violent at home.
has an M.A. in Psychology from Antioch University in Seattle and has worked in the field of domestic violence for 15 years. He facilitates parent and teen groups and co-authored the curriculum for Step-Up. Prior to Step-Up, he worked with adult perpetrators of domestic violence at Family Services Domestic Violence Treatment Program in Seattle and was co-director of the program. Mr. Routt has also worked as a chemical dependency counselor with inmates in the King County Jail. Mr. Routt has conducted trainings on adolescent violence against family members with juvenile court staff in other states. He has also presented at the International Family Violence Conference in San Diego.