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2-9 Practical Tools to Prevent Power-Based Violence That Affects Us All - Shared screen with speaker view
Jeff Gatlin
35:04
yeah PJ was texting me to say hello to you somehow lol
Stephanie Kerr
43:20
depending on the situation. but we were saying distracting. like act like you know them and ask if they are ready to.
Tyler Hudson
44:05
That's a good idea!
Stephanie Kerr
48:10
could pull up in your car to make sure they are ok. harder to do anything to you if you are in a car
Stephanie Kerr
51:48
could at minimum walk her to class after talking to her
Vincent Elston
52:07
Stay in the classroom, don't let your friend leave alone
Stephanie Kerr
52:22
talk to the bad person while she leaves lol
sadkins
52:38
stay with the friend. but approaching the aggressor or stalker is not a good idea
Cerrie
56:29
brochure or poster or cards
Stephanie Kerr
56:36
sharing my story
nbell1
57:05
Put a note about student conduct in your syllabus.
Dr. Anthony Carboni, Psychology
57:07
We actually are members of the One Love foundation and you and I need to talk about joint efforts
Tyler Hudson
57:18
Posters advertising that this is a safe space. With 24 hour surveillance. And that they are not alone.
Wilson
58:06
Support and encourage those who do intervene
Shyla Joy
01:00:51
We had a person from the health dept that came once a week to be there for our students...but not since covid...sigh..
Wilson
01:02:30
Thank you. Great session!
Meghan Deputy
01:02:33
thank you, great job!
Stephanie Kerr
01:02:40
thank you so much for this. great session!
Cerrie
01:02:41
thank you very much this was very inforn
bhurtubise
01:02:45
Thank you Jeff and Kenlie!!! This has been great!!!
Cady Smith
01:02:46
thank you!!!
RBachman
01:03:07
Thank You!
Shyla Joy
01:03:19
thank you!
Tyler Hudson
01:04:41
Thank you! SJR State also wants to be there for folks that you guys work with. A lot of folks need education to be able to escape some situations and it doesn't also seem accessible.
sadkins
01:04:54
There is a serious deficiency in mental health/behavioral health resources in Putnam County. There's a great need for resources and education relating to mental health and substance abuse, as well as domestic violence and abuse.
Kenlie Kubart
01:05:38
kellyf@bettygriffincenter.org
nbell1
01:05:47
Thank You!
Christopher
01:06:12
Great Job!!!!!!