2-9 Practical Tools to Prevent Power-Based Violence That Affects Us All - Shared screen with speaker view
Who can see your viewing activity?
yeah PJ was texting me to say hello to you somehow lol
depending on the situation. but we were saying distracting. like act like you know them and ask if they are ready to.
That's a good idea!
could pull up in your car to make sure they are ok. harder to do anything to you if you are in a car
could at minimum walk her to class after talking to her
Stay in the classroom, don't let your friend leave alone
talk to the bad person while she leaves lol
stay with the friend. but approaching the aggressor or stalker is not a good idea
brochure or poster or cards
sharing my story
Put a note about student conduct in your syllabus.
Dr. Anthony Carboni, Psychology
We actually are members of the One Love foundation and you and I need to talk about joint efforts
Posters advertising that this is a safe space. With 24 hour surveillance. And that they are not alone.
Support and encourage those who do intervene
We had a person from the health dept that came once a week to be there for our students...but not since covid...sigh..
Thank you. Great session!
thank you, great job!
thank you so much for this. great session!
thank you very much this was very inforn
Thank you Jeff and Kenlie!!! This has been great!!!
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.
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.