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In Their Shoes

4:30 PM - 6:00 PM
Burkhardt
Meeting Room

In Their Shoes: Teens and Dating Violence is a scenario based training designed to help participants talk about what dating is like for today’s teens- from their perspective. Participants will become teen characters, make choices about their relationships, and see what happens. In Their Shoes provides a snapshot of unhealthy teen relationships and generates a thoughtful discussion about what is happening in unhealthy relationships and what opportunities exist to support those experiencing them.

Goals include:

Increase awareness of teen dating violence

Help teens and adults recognize unhealthy patterns in relationships and learn to talk with one another about the problem in a useful way

Promote conversations about teen dating violence

Encourage people to think creatively and act intentionally to assist teens struggling with unhealthy and abusive relationships

Show that everyone has a role to play in supporting teens to have healthy relationships

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In Their Shoes

3:00 PM - 4:30 PM
West Carrollton
Community Room

In Their Shoes: Teens and Dating Violence is a scenario based training designed to help participants talk about what dating is like for today’s teens- from their perspective. Participants will become teen characters, make choices about their relationships, and see what happens. In Their Shoes provides a snapshot of unhealthy teen relationships and generates a thoughtful discussion about what is happening in unhealthy relationships and what opportunities exist to support those experiencing them.

Goals include:

Increase awareness of teen dating violence

Help teens and adults recognize unhealthy patterns in relationships and learn to talk with one another about the problem in a useful way

Promote conversations about teen dating violence

Encourage people to think creatively and act intentionally to assist teens struggling with unhealthy and abusive relationships

Show that everyone has a role to play in supporting teens to have healthy relationships

View More