Session 2B: Child Sexual Abuse Prevention For Adults: Practical Tips, Tools and Strategies for Moving Upstream

Track: Research & Innovative Practices

In this workshop, presenters will highlight elements of their custom child abuse prevention curriculum developed especially for youth-serving organizations. Using scenarios, facilitated activities, and handouts, participants will engage in discussions about environmental safety, norms around interacting with youth, strengthening organizational cultural to create and maintain healthy boundaries with youth, and how to speak up if concerned. Attendees will leave with working knowledge toward developing a culture of healthy relationships, and creating and maintaining physical & emotional safety in the youth-serving setting.

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Session 2B: Child Sexual Abuse Prevention For Adults: Practical Tips, Tools and Strategies for Moving Upstream
06/06/2022 at 8:00 AM (EDT)   |  60 minutes
06/06/2022 at 8:00 AM (EDT)   |  60 minutes In this workshop, presenters will highlight elements of their custom child abuse prevention curriculum developed especially for youth-serving organizations. Using scenarios, facilitated activities, and handouts, participants will engage in discussions about environmental safety, norms around interacting with youth, strengthening organizational cultural to create and maintain healthy boundaries with youth, and how to speak up if concerned. Attendees will leave with working knowledge toward developing a culture of healthy relationships, and creating and maintaining physical & emotional safety in the youth-serving setting.
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Danise Elijah, BA

Violence Prevention Community Educator

CARES Northwest

Danise has been creating and facilitating curriculum in cultivation of healthy relationships since 1999. She began with students in local high and middle schools, including alternative schools. She currently presents CARES Northwest’s child abuse prevention programs, facilitating comprehensive violence prevention trainings in many settings. Danise leads trainings relating to racial equity and intersectionality, as well as having over a decade of experience as an advocate and mentor for children, youth, and their familie

Sally Blackwood, MA, LPC

Violence Prevention Community Educator

CARES Northwest

Sally is a Licensed Professional Counselor who began working with traumatized children in 1990. She has worked at CARES Northwest (CNW) since 2006. Prior to working at CNW, provided counseling to children, teens, families and adults who have experienced trauma with a specialty in sexual abuse. Currently, Sally is a member of the CNW prevention team and presents to students and adults. Sally has also presented to regional conferences on topics related to violence prevention, child sex abuse, trauma. Sally is a member of the Oregon Attorney General’s Sexual Assault Task Force. In 2015, she co-chaired the Oregon Department of Educations, Erin’s Law Advisory Committee and participated in the Health Standards Review Board for comprehensive sexuality education in the State of Oregon