Focus Areas

Examining the Empowerment Model and Ageism to Serve Youth Better
Webinar
December, 2015

Working with young people who have been sexually assaulted can often be a daunting task for advocates and volunteers. Often, sexual assault advocates are tasked with "specializing" in so many areas of victimization, that it becomes overwhelming. How can one use the expertise that they already have to their benefit when working with young people? What barriers stand in the way of serving youth in a relevant and empowering way? In this webinar, participants will get an overview of what makes…

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Child Sexual Abuse, Supervision
Webinar
February, 2012

This presentation is designed for sexual assault advocates who work with caregivers of children with a history of sexual abuse and who may be exhibiting sexual behavior problems.  The presentation will include information regarding typical sexual development, as well as how to distinguish typical sexual behavior from problematic sexual behavior for children ages 12 and younger.  Common misconceptions about children with sexual behavior problems will be dispelled.  This presentation will…

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Child Sexual Abuse
Webinar
April, 2017

Attention to commercial sexual exploitation of children (CSEC) in the U.S. has increased significantly with passage of the Trafficking Victims Protection Act (TVPA) and its subsequent reauthorizations. Understandably, most of the focus of law enforcement, government, media, policy makers, service providers, researchers, and funders has been on commercial sexual exploitation of girls (CSEG). Commercially sexually exploited boys (CSEB), on the other hand, who may be considered too few to be…

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Trafficking & CSEC
Webinar
March, 2017

In this informational session, participants will gain:

  • Understanding of the methods and types of exploitation.
  • Knowledge of common red flags and risk factors of Commercial Sexual Exploitation
  • Over view of the basic steps of response to CSEC (Reporting & Exit Process)
Topics
Trafficking & CSEC
Webinar
June, 2010

An effective campus response to sexual violence requires a sustained commitment to prevention and a determined response to specific cases when they occur. Both prevention and response efforts are enhanced by a clear understanding of the dynamics of victim response and of offenders’ behavior. This presentation will focus on the behaviors and characteristics of men who commit rapes on college campuses. Understanding offender behavior is a crucial step in shaping effective and appropriately…

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Campus, Strategies
Webinar
March, 2011

This webinar will provide an overview of crisis intervention in cases of child sexual abuse. It is intended to build upon and enhance the content presented in the related section of the From Hurt to Hope Child Advocacy Guide. The guide and each complementary webinar aim to support sexual assault advocates in their work with children and families.

Topics
Child Sexual Abuse
Webinar
January, 2014
Topics
Child Sexual Abuse
With Child Survivors
Webinar
March, 2011

This webinar will provide an overview of general advocacy in cases of child sexual abuse. It is intended to build upon and enhance the content presented in the related section of the From Hurt to Hope Child Advocacy Guide. The guide and each complementary webinar aim to support sexual assault advocates in their work with children and families.

Topics
Child Sexual Abuse
Creating Survivor-Led Programs for Youth Survivors of Child Sexual Abuse
Webinar
April, 2018

Using The Firecracker Foundation’s Trauma-Sensitive Yoga Program as an example, this webinar will walk you through the development of a survivor-led, survivor-focused, consent based program offering for teen survivors of sexual trauma. Tashmica will walk you through the personal experiences that inspired the creation of the program, the partnership with Just B Yoga that helped it flourish, the implementation and growth, and the ongoing evaluation process.

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Child Sexual Abuse, Therapy
Webinar
March, 2011

This webinar will provide an overview of information and referral in cases of child sexual abuse. It is intended to build upon and enhance the content presented in the related section of the From Hurt to Hope Child Advocacy Guide. The guide and each complementary webinar aim to support sexual assault advocates in their work with children and families.

Topics
Child Sexual Abuse

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