Just Speak, Inc. workshops and presentations can either be peer-led or facilitated by advocates and address effective coping, education based awareness, and promote general well-being through diverse activities as well as specialized subgroups. Workshops are designed for a variety of ages and are for both academic and independent settings.
Below are just a few of the following topics that are discussed:
- Sexual Assault
- Child Sexual Abuse
- Body Awareness/Self-Esteem
- Teen Dating/Interpersonal Violence
- Coping Skills
- Locker Room Defense: Hazing and Harassment in Sports
- Hazing and Harassment in Student Life
Listen, Believe, Report!: Your Role as a Mandated Reporter
Works with those responsible for the care of children at any level in learning possible signs/symptoms of abuse and properly reporting.
Emphasizes and demonstrates appropriate behavior, contact, and cooperative play in younger children ages 5 to 8 through interactive scenarios, “chants”, and brief lectures. This presentation is specially created to have young children model positive play and interaction for their peers!
Love, Mom: Perpetrators & Signs of Abuse
Mothers of survivors describe their experience while presenting possible symptoms and signs of abuse as well as the characteristics of a perpetrator. This presentation is discussion based and will address secondary symptoms methods of coping.
On Behalf of a Survivor
Young survivors share their experiences in an effort to build awareness and initiate conversations surrounding abuse.
For more information about Just Speak, Inc. workshops and presentations, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.