Educators include anyone who works with teens in a learning capacity and/or setting, from teachers, administrators, and counselors to coaches, youth mentors, and other school and after-school personnel.
"Domestic violence involves a continuum of behaviors ranging from degrading remarks to cruel jokes, economic exploitation, punches and kicks, false imprisonment, sexual abuse, suffocating actions, maiming assaults, and homicide.
Unchecked, domestic violence usually increases in frequency and severity. Verbal and emotional abuse may be subtler than physical harm, but this does not mean that it is less destructive to victims.
An article in today’s New York Times, “In a Volatile Climate on Campus, Professors Teach on Tenterhooks,” discusses the politically charged climate on college campuses and specific ways faculty prepare for and handle conflict in the classroom.
On February 2, 2018, Southwestern University officially broke ground on the second phase of a $37 million-dollar expansion to the Fondren-Jones Science Center.
Follow a school administrator throughout his day as he highlights what teen dating violence is and how to prevent it through graphic novel scenarios, interactive exercises, and information gathered from leading experts.
Peer into the relationship dynamics of three teen couples to learn about a healthy dating relationship, unhealthy dating relationship, and concerning relationship that highlights educator intervention.
Many have said that the emotional scars take much longer to heal than the broken bones." If you find yourself in an abusive relationship, get help, and make a plan to leave today.
This office offers highly discounted rates for any victim of spousal abuse and will help you escape the abuse that has become a part of your life.
Nobody deserves to be treated with disrespect or to be abused by their partners, but dating violence can be difficult to identify and hard to escape. Physical abuse includes any use of size, presence, or place. Destroying your things, crowding your space, holding you so you can't walk away, driving you out to the middle of nowhere - all are actually types of physical abuse. Sexual abuse is any sexual behavior meant to control, manipulate, humiliate, or demean another.