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We discuss sexual violence and different ways to provide immediate and on-going support to a friend who has experienced sexual violence. This webinar is aimed at high-school aged students. Learn about local and national sexual violence and mental health resources, options for ensuring your friend’s physical health, and how both of you can set boundaries to regain choice and power.
What is the climate of your school or workplace? How does it feel to be there every day? Bullying and aggression can erode the sense of safety and well-being for children and adults. This presentation will discuss in-depth the patterns of behaviors, the imbalance of power and the intentional efforts to harm that are present in bullying, aggression and harassment.
The #11forJacob movement was born out of a need to shift the focus from how Jacob Wetterling died to how he truly lived. We honor his memory by asking others to live out the 11 traits that Jacob exemplified: Be fair, Be kind, Be understanding, Be honest, Be thankful, Be a good sport, Be a good friend, Be joyful, Be
Empathy is a powerful force that can be used to motivate and change a community. This presentation covers the dynamics that allow bullying behavior to thrive and then engages the audience to help create different dynamics in which everyone feels respected. Come and join us to problem solve, dream, and learn to be a voice for change.
Children will learn about personal safety in this interactive session. Topics covered are: the buddy system, checking first, secrets vs. surprises, 5 trusted adults, listening to your “uh-oh” feeling, and body ownership. Never fear-based, this material is covered in a way that empowers children. (This presentation is often combined with Teachable Safety Skills presentation for parents).
Sexual abuse prevention is a team effort. This presentation covers personal safety strategies for preteens and teens with a focus on the importance of being a voice for change. Topics include consent, do no harm, bystander intervention, and personal safety strategies for teens. This presentation has been particularly powerful as an assembly for seniors before heading off to college.
Teens will learn about the importance of making healthy choices online. Online risks and dangers will be discussed so youth are aware of behavior that should trigger warning flags. Risky behaviors of peers, including sexting and cyberbullying, will also be covered. The presentation also talks about positive ways that the Internet can be used to advocate for each other. This
Empathy is a powerful force that can be used to motivate and change lives for good. This presentation covers the power of empathy and how emotional connection is still a strong antidote for bullying behavior and toxic choices. Parents and caring adults are attempting to help the young people in their life navigate the world around them when the digital
In this session, we will discuss resources and strategies for transitioning to distance learning for postsecondary coursework. Details regarding how to present live lectures, host virtual office hours, and disseminate materials with a mind towards educational equity will be addressed.