Sexual Assault & Harassment
Music, Assault, & Harassment: A fun and interactive class that explores how music affects our views on sexual assault, sexual harassment, drugs, and alcohol. Participants will be introduced to a different perspective of the music industry. This class targets all ages and music genres and encourages learning through music.
Sexual Harassment/Assault in the LGBT Community: Participates will receive training designed to identify and discuss sexual harassment from the perspective of sexual orientation. Sexual orientation is often considered a difficult topic to include the sexual harassment and assault issues because i t brings up differences in religion, perceptions of morality, and politics. This training will include these discussions, review key definitions of LGBT, facts and myths of the LGBT population, and events that have transpired in the LGBT community. The objectives of this training is to ensure your program provides information, awareness, and prevention of sexual harassment and assault.
Drug Facilitated Sexual Assault: An interactive class that discusses emerging topics of the most commonly used substances to commit a drug facilitated sexual assault. This class will use scenarios and games to bring awareness to multiple drugs ( street and homemade), how they affect victims, and how participants can be more vigilant and safe. Participants will leave this training with an awareness of potential risks and protection methods from predators. This class targets all ages and can be used to train Victim Advocates, colleges, churches, and organizations by giving them a new outlook on drugs, consent, and bystander intervention.
Effective Communication for Management: An interactive class that applies the adult learning principles to effective and sensitive communication. This approach will ensure that management learn various techniques to communicate with their victims and complainants within their organization. Participants will team up to perform various roles plays based on realistic scenarios. The scenarios are added value to allow individuals to practice their introduction, communication styles, and the difference between empathy and sympathy.
Managing Conflict for Supervisors: A workshop designed to assist supervisors in working with their employees to resolve conflict within their organization. Participants will receive practical steps and techniques that everyone can use to enhance their ability to improve relationships and improve organizational cohesion. The scenarios presented during the training mimics real situations that the supervisor may or already have faced.
Conflict Resolution: A workshop designed to assist participants in creating solutions and strategies to prevent and/ or reduce the amount of workplace conflict. Participants will participate in exercises that mimic real situations that can occur and to identify their potential for initiating conflict. They will also receive practical steps and techniques that everyone can use to enhance their ability to improve relationships and improve organizational cohesion.
Diversity and Inclusion of YOU: A workshop designed to encourage participants to look at diversity and inclusion from a self- reflective point of view. Participants will use an assessment to determine their strength and weakness in the realm of diversity. The strategies presented to the participants will be engaging and lead to a better understanding of diversity and inclusion within their organization and why they are critical business priorities. The end result of the training will lead to participants recognizing the impact of their attitudes and behaviors towards team members and customers.
LGBT Awareness/Gender Inclusion: Participates will receive training designed to identify and discuss diversity and inclusion from the perspective of sexual orientation and cultural competence. Sexual orientation is often considered a difficult topic to include in diversity issues because i t brings up differences in religion, perceptions of morality, and politics. This training will include these discussions, review key definitions of LGBT, facts and myths of the LGBT population, and review scenarios. The objectives of this training is to ensure your program provides information, awareness, and explores various demographics and cultures.
Ending Intimate Partner Violence: This training is based on the First Report of the White House Task Force to Protect Students From Sexual Assault released in April 2014 generated national attention to the problem of sexual assault on college campuses. That, along with the reauthorization of the Violence Against Women Act including the Campus Sexual Violence Elimination Act ( Campus Sa VE), which amended the Jeanne Clery Act affording additional rights to campus victims of sexual violence, dating violence, domestic violence, and stalking. The training provides an overview of the problem; briefly outline the legislative mandates; and will highlight some cases and consequences. Participants will review case studies to exemplify potential missteps and relevant examples of preventive, proactive, victim- sensitive methods that hold the offender accountable. The goal of this training is to educate the audience about the breadth of the problem, familiarize them with recent developments and suggest strategies to collaborate in ending sexual violence, dating violence, domestic violence and stalking on college campuses and/ or in the military.
Domestic Violence-How i t affects our Children: An interactive presentation conducted by Dr. Vanessa Guyton as she discusses the effects of growing up in a military home f i l led with domestic violence and alcohol abuse. This class will provide insight from the perspective of a child and how domestic violence has a lifelong effect on the entire family unit. Participants will receive a better understanding of domestic violence from a child survivor.
Suicide Awareness & Prevention-Removing The Mask: An interactive presentation that provides awareness of the hidden and growing epidemic of suicide. This training will feature survivors of attempted suicide and discusses their journey, recovery, and coping skills for depression. The overall objective of this training is to provide prevention techniques and strategies to identify suicidal behaviors and help someone that is contemplating suicide.