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Virtual Programming Catalog | Spring & Summer 2020
In the midst of the current public health crisis, Cleveland Rape Crisis Center remains committed to supporting survivors and promoting prevention in all communities.
We are pleased to present the following Virtual Programming opportunities for your students, staff, organization, or group. We have capacity to connect audiences on multiple platforms including, but not limited to: Zoom, Microsoft Teams, Google Hangouts, Google Meet, GoTo, etc.
Please feel free to connect with Sharon Kidd, Director of Education and Outreach at SharonK@Clevelandrcc.org for additional details on how we can virtually connect with your community at this time. Thank you for your support in our vision to create a world free from sexual violence.
Middle & High School Programming
Includes three 1-hour sessions designed to educate middle and high school students on how to become catalysts for change, and how to make a healthier, safer and better community in all their spheres of influence.
- Bystander Intervention: Students will learn strategies to safely intervene when they notice unsafe situations.
- Healthy Relationships: Students will be able to identify warning signs and risks of an unhealthy relationship and set goals for their own relationships.
- Consent, Coercion and Assault: Students will have a facilitated, in-depth conversation about consent: what it actually is and that without it, actions could be considered coercive or abusive.
The following topics are also available by request: Media Literacy, Human Trafficking, Flirting vs Sexual Harassment, Title IX, Gender – exploring masculinity and femininity, and more!
BLAB IT: Responding to Disclosures
Responding to disclosures can be difficult. This workshop focuses on fielding disclosures from both adults and minors in a trauma informed and responsible way.
Introduction to Cleveland Rape Crisis Center
Understand CRCC’s resources and services to survivors including our newly available remote therapeutic and advocacy services, still provided at no cost to survivors and their loved ones.
Human Trafficking 101
This training features information about the signs and indicators of human trafficking and who is impacted in Ohio, interviews with responders and survivors, and how you can help make a difference.
Sexual Violence 101
A brief introduction into defining sexual violence, sexual assault, rape, and sexual harassment and exploring the traumatic effects it can have on survivors. Participants will discuss the dynamics of these multiple forms of violence including their similarities and differences. Participants will look at effective and empowering ways to offer advocacy and support to survivors of sexual violence.
Trauma & The Brain
Introduction to trauma and its biological, physical, and emotional impacts on the lives of survivors. We’ll discuss how trauma-informed care can promote healing and prevention.
Self-Care Workshop (Or Series)
Self-care is more than massages – it’s a skillset and mentality of “filling our own cup” on a daily basis. In our self-care workshop, we break down how trauma impacts us personally, professionally, emotionally, physically, spiritually, and psychologically. We share what self-care practices work for us, and discuss our challenges and solutions as a group. This series can be catered to fit anywhere from one to four sessions with the same group.
Self-Care in a Time of Crisis
Self-care in a time of transition and change due to social distancing. Discuss with participants what self-care means to us, assess our own self-care, and share our tactics and resources with each other
Psychoeducational 4-Part Series
This series focuses on raising awareness of trauma’s impact on our lives, and identifying how CRCC services and other resources can support our self-care. In four sessions, expect to cover trauma and trauma-informed care, self-care and coping skills, self-regulation and emotional health, and boundaries and support systems. Most useful for regularly-meeting groups with clinician present (example: SUD IOP groups).
Child Sexual Abuse Prevention Programming
Cleveland Rape Crisis Center is pleased to present the following educational opportunities from Darkness to Light.
Stewards of Children®
Learn to prevent, recognize, and react responsibly to child sexual abuse. Participants will learn the 5 Steps to Protecting Our Children™. CEUs available for social workers, nurses, dental hygienists, and dentists.
Talking with Children about Safety from Sexual Abuse
Having age-appropriate, open conversations about our bodies, sex, and boundaries is an important step in protecting children. It creates a protective bond, increases confidence, and instills knowledge that makes children and teens much less vulnerable.
Bystanders Protecting Children from Boundary Violations
Learn how to be an active bystander in child sexual abuse prevention and response. You will receive examples of boundary violations and inappropriate behaviors and how you can make spontaneous and planned interventions that reinforce boundaries and protect children.
Protecting Children During a Crisis
Online course designed to help parents and caregivers navigate through this unusual time. Participants will develop a Family Code of Conduct and Crisis Plan for Child Sexual Abuse using guided worksheets. Register, access, and complete training at https://d2l.csod.com/
Don’t see what you’re looking for?
Let us know, and we are happy to tailor our program to meet your needs. Contact Sharon Kidd, Director of Education and Outreach at Sharonk@clevelandrcc.org to ask questions or create custom programming.