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#WeStandUp: Social Workers

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**The following is a Special Guest Blog Post (#WeStandUp): #WeStandUp: Social Workers for Survivors of Sexual Assault “The abuse that happened is not the only part of the person…that certainly shapes who they are, but doesn’t define who they are” as said by Josie Torielli, a licensed clinical social worker from the New York City […]

Will you please help us get to 100?

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Hi. Will you take 30 seconds to really help me with a goal? With our new book, Can I Kiss You? A thought-provoking look at relationships, intimacy, and sexual assault, we want to reach as many people around the world as possible. Over 60 experts and educators have already endorsed the book – with language such as […]

Date Rape, Rape, Sexual Assault, Prevention, Awareness – the words we use

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The realities and misconceptions of Date Rape, Rape, Sexual Assault and the true meanings of Prevention and Awareness! Date Rape, Rape, Sexual Assault, Prevention, Awareness – which are the right words to use? The average person often confuses these words and so this article provides you with simple and basic definitions. Using the wrong word […]

“How To” videos for DSP Team

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  10% Program Weekly Payouts to Non-Profits: Directions are as follows: 1. Login to Kickstart and Click on “Orders” 2. Run Sales Report of “Product Sales by Item” 3. MINUS and “Voices of Courage” Product Sales (and log that amount) 4. Multiply the new total by .1 5. Take that 10% and ADD in the […]

Finding the Right Book for Your Class & Students

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Educators, when it comes to dating and sexuality, do your students struggle to connect with the many complexities involved with consent, respect, boundaries, bystander intervention, sexual assault, and supporting survivors?  If so, you know how FEW resources are available for these discussions. For most teachers and professors, finding a comprehensive and effective solution for the […]