1) Domestic Violence Awareness Seminar – This session includes a short domestic violence video, then discusses how the participants feel about the relationships in the video and if anyone is has or have had those experiences or knows someone who has.
2) Relationship Safety Seminar – This informative session discussion helps participants identify an abusive mate, what the warning signs are and what to look for that could warn you of potential dangers in the relationship. This session will also help individuals learn what safety measures to take when on a date.
3) Teen Dating Violence Awareness Seminar – This session includes a short video and/or discussion about dating expectations. It helps to identify what behavior is acceptable and what is not. We also discuss how to ask for help for yourself or a friend who is in trouble.
4) Workplace Violence Seminar – This seminar provides the foundation and guidelines for developing workplace violence policies as required by the state of Texas for companies with 25 or more employees. We help to train and effectively equip supervisors on the objectives for compliance.
5) “But I Love Him” Panel – Forum discussions consisting of a panel of experts in the field of sociology and physiology and law enforcement. Important topic areas include:
INA MAE GREENE FOUNDATION EDUCATION AL SEMINAR OUTLINES
Domestic Violence Awareness Seminar Outline:
I. What is domestic abuse?
II. Who are the victims of domestic abuse and relationship violence?
HANDOUTS - PAY ATTENTION PAMPLET, TEEN DATING SAFETY PLAN WORKBOOK
Workplace Violence Seminar Outline:
I. Workplace violence video
II. Facts about workplace violence
III. Why have a workplace violence policy
IV. Workplace violence program
V. Workplace violence safety plan workbook
HANDOUTS - WORKPLACE VIOLENCE WORKBOOK; FACTS OUTLINE, WITH SAFETYPLAN WORKBOOK
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The information contained on this website is for information and educational purposes only and do not constitute legal or medical advice. We are not doctors, lawyers or law enforcement. Please do not use the information you read here as a replacement for either. Do not rely solely on what you read here to determine how you will leave your abuser. Contact a shelter, police, or victims’ service organization for help with safety planning and more information on how to leave an abusive relationship.
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