SSAIC’s Online Learning Workshop Series are updated each season with new and exciting webinars related to sexualized violence. Our webinars are aimed at any and everyone from professionals to the general public with a thirst to learn. Join us live through Zoom, or register and watch later.
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For anyone with young children in their lives, this one hour seminar will teach you the basics of what child sexual abuse entails, indicators and impacts in our young survivors, and how to best little ones should they disclose to you. Specific tools and tangible skills will be highlighted so you can walk away more confident in supporting young survivors of sexualized violence.
Our “101” course: all the things we think you should know about sexualized violence and our best tips for taking care of yourself and others. This lunch-n-learn will leave you with valuable understanding about the impacts of sexualized violence, what happens in to a nervous system on trauma, and some back-pocket phrases you can trust will be trauma-informed. Our 101 course is the best place to start learning about sexualized violence. Suited for professionals in all fields that may work with survivors, or anyone with a thirst to learn.
Why is sexualized violence so common? And what in the world is “rape culture”? Take a deep dive into the roots of the issue and find out what’s being done to combat rape culture both locally and worldwide. Join us for a lunch-n-learn on “Deconstructing Rape Culture: Breaking Down the Toxic Culture around Sexualized Violence”.
People living with disabilities, both mental and physical, self-report having experienced sexualized violence of some kind (assault, abuse, and/or harassment) at alarming rates, the exact numbers of which are difficult to determine, as this intersection is often not studied or researched. Educating people living with disabilities about consent and violence is equally (if not more?) important to include throughout their lives, and the folks that support them are responsible for sharing these messages. Learn more about this particular intersection, including the statistics we are aware of and strategies for educating youth and young adults about consent and violence, in this lunch-n-learn webinar.
Impacts of COVID-19 on Survivors (watch now!)
COVID-19 has had unprecedented impacts on the whole world, but how has it impacted survivors of sexualized violence specifically? Co-presenting this webinar is Megan Sawyer, SSAIC’s Client Services Coordinator and counsellor to survivors. Watch the recording of our presentation below. Click here to make a donation.