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Prevention Peer Network: Say What? How to be a Teen-Friendly Facilitator in a Culturally Humble Way

Capacity building event

Join us for a webinar on how to be an engaging teen-friendly facilitator in a way that meets teens where they are while also being trauma-informed. Using developmental and learning theories, this webinar will discuss classroom setup, how to engage quieter students, behavior modification materials, learning models, and teaching methodology.

Sarah Diamond is a Prevention Coordinator at Center for Community Solutions, a dual agency that provides intervention and prevention services to survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault in San Diego. Sarah holds a Master of Education in Human Sexuality from Widener University and a Bachelors in Psychology from the University of California Riverside; she has experience working with youth in and out of middle, high school, and college settings, as well as youth who are or were formerly incarcerated. Her work focuses on the intersections of comprehensive sex education and sexual assault prevention education, teaching her classes through a sex-positive, feminist, culturally humble, trauma-informed lens while engaging youth in conversations about healthy relationships, media and its influence on gender norms/roles, consent and boundaries, and how to be UPstanders in their communities. 

September 21, 2017

10:30am – 12:00pm

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If you have additional questions regarding the webinar, please contact Micah Zimmermaker, Prevention and Education Policy Specialist, or Miranda Stiers, Capacity-Building Program Coordinator.