Title IX and Sexual Violence Prevention for Employees was created in partnership with Juliette Grimmett, MPH, of the Chrysalis Network. Drawing on Juliette’s 20 years of violence prevention work, this reality-driven course is designed to empower employees to provide an effective and caring response to students or colleagues who disclose being affected by interpersonal violence. This course covers such crucial topics as the prevalence of these crimes on campus, why people perpetrate, federal requirements for campuses, the power of primary prevention, sexual harassment and sexual discrimination, how to be an active bystander, Title IX and what it means, reporting obligations, trauma-informed response, campus policies and resources, and more. (Featuring Not Anymore content)
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Title IX and Sexual Harassment Prevention for Employees (Full)
Steve Pearlman, PhD
With more than 25 years in higher education, Steven J. Pearlman, PhD, holds specialized experience and knowledge in learning theory, online learning research, and sociocultural topics, such as sexual assault prevention and alcohol and drug abuse. He’s conceptualized and authored numerous Not Anymore programs and served as a consultant for the U.S. Army’s initiatives to curtail sexual violence.