1. General information about sexual assault, domestic/dating violence, stalking. (All or a combination of the three.) General information includes statistics, definitions, etc.
  2. Safety planning for domestic/dating violence, sexual assault and stalking.
  3. Local Resources.
  4. How to respond to someone who discloses she/he has been a victim of domestic violence, sexual assault or stalking. 
  5. Signs that someone has been a victim of domestic/dating violence – What to look for, especially as a healthcare professional. 
  6. The PERK process and other available resources for a sexual assault victim.
  7. The Bystander Approach – How to be an active bystander in your community.
  8. Continuum of Abuse Exercise – When does abuse really start? 
  9. Red Flags – Healthy vs. Unhealthy Relationships. 
  10. Date Rape Drugs, also known as Substance-Assisted Sexual Assault.
  11. Myths vs. Facts about Sexual Assault.
  12. Technology Uses to Stalk – Internet Safety.
  13. How Men Can Become More Involved in Stopping Violence.
  14. Healthy Body Image and Self-Esteem.
  15. What is Sexual Consent?
  16. Social media and sexual assault.
  17. Movies and the messages they portray – critical thinking.
  18. Why victims of domestic violence don’t leave.
  19. Why victims of rape don’t report right away.
  20. The community’s role and responsibility in ending violence. 

Note: This is not a comprehensive list of topics of discussions that can be offered. We are flexible and open to combining any of these topics or creating a presentation that meets the needs of your students and class.

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