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Description: One in four adult women and one in five teens girls report experiencing physical and/or sexual dating violence at some point in their lifetime.Victims of violence are more likely to suffer long-term negative health consequences, including unplanned pregnancy, poor pregnancy outcomes and sexually transmitted infections as well as depression, and substance abuse.
In the busy lives of school counselors there are those “drop-everything-and-attend” moments, and this is one of those times.
Whitney, a 17-year-old student in your school, comes to your office distraught.
Between tears, she tells you she went to a party last weekend with Derrick, another student her age, and ended up passed out in an upstairs bedroom.
You are required by law to act quickly to prevent possible future victims, to protect the school from legal liability and to provide support for Whitney.
Our instincts are to concentrate on giving Whitney the time and guidance needed to come to terms with the fact that she was not responsible but a victim of a crime that needs to be reported.
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In this session, the presenter will give an overview of the research on violence and its impact on health and will offer promising programs on how to respond and promote healthy relationships.