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2020 Annual Conference

November 11–13, 2020

Savannah, GA

Consent Doesn’t Just Mean “Yes” or “No”: A New Perspective on Respect, Trust, and Boundaries

Friday, November 13, 2020 at 9:45 AM–10:45 AM Eastern Time (US & Canada)
Scarbrough Four (115)
Target Audience
Secondary
Independent
Counselor Educator/Supervisor
School Administrator
Post-secondary/Admissions
Nearing Retirement/Retired
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Comprehensive School Counseling Program
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Mental Health Awareness
Parent/Community Engagement
Abstract

Consent isn't as simple as yes or no, and a better understanding of consent helps students combat the risk of sexual assault. Representatives of Defend Innocence will help you gain practical tools for students of all ages as you learn more about the different facets of consent. Community leaders will walk away with a new perspective on consent and free tools to teach both students and parents how to practice consent in productive ways. 

Presenters

Cooper, Jocelyn, Cooper
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