NSAC 2014 Workshop Handouts

Handouts from the 2014 National Sexual Assault Conference. The information and content of these handouts is the intellectual property of the presenters. Handouts are provided to promote learning and access for conference attendees.

Workshop TitleLead Presenter
Advocating for campus survivors using Title IX: A guide for advocates and attorneysAmanda Walsh, Esq.
Beyond Words: Effective alternative healing modalities for working with sexual trauma survivorsSherry Lewis
Campus-based sexual violence and LGBTQI experiences: In/Visibility in prevention programmingJuliette Grimmett
Changing our environment: A Case study in community engagementDr. Jennifer Obinna
Collaborative voices: facilitating discussions with the sexual assault agency and secondary school readiness assessment toolAlan Heisterkamp, Ed.D.
Creating a campus specific sexual violence education programMary Ellen Dello Stritto, Ph.D.
Critical Media Literacy 2.0: Social media for social activismAli Mailen Perrotto
Cruising into collaboration: Developing strong relationships between rape crisis centers and child advocacy centersCenter for Victims
The Do's and Don't's for planning a successful sexual violence prevention eventBianca Villani
Engaging young male athletes and coaches to prevent sexual violence in the school settingMaria Catrina D. Jaime
The Feminist Framework Plus: Knitting Feminist theories of sexual assault into a comprehensive modelBeverly McPhail, LMSW, Ph.D.
Fostering the Queer sociopolitical identity development of sexual assault advocatesKatie Taylor
Healthy sexuality & young people: Sexual health promotion as sexual violence preventionAlison McKee, M.Ed.
Human trafficking at Asian massage parlorsKrista Hoffman
Human trafficking in PennsylvaniaKrista Hoffman
Implementing recovery focused evidence based practice for adult survivors of sexual violencePatty Yauger, LCSW
Including victim input in supervision of sex offendersErin Slight
Innovative approaches for working with youth victims of sexual & dating violenceVictim Services of Leeds & Grenville
A look at self careMaria Jirau-Torres
Minnesota Men's Action Network Alliance to Prevention Sexual & Domestic ViolenceChuck Derry
Needs of Latino sexual assault survivors in rural areasElizabeth Balcarcel
Kris Bein
Organizational trauma and resilienceCat Fribley
Poised for prevention: U.S. Sexual violence prevention policyAshley Maier
PREA 2003 Sexual abuse in corrections settings: What rape crisis counselors need to knowJaime M. Yarussi, MS
Preventing child sexual abuse: Engaging adults to act 
"Public Health just doesn't get it!": Addressing resistance to a public health approach to sexual violence preventionMatthew Huffman
Reaching high-risk and vulnerable populations through psycho-educationTeresa Otoya-McAdams MSCP, NCC, LPC
Reclaiming & Reacting: Negotiating word choice in our movementAli Mailen Perrotto
Recruiting male athletic programs for CBIMJerry McMeekin
Redefining your SANE team: The Philadelphia experienceRalph J. Riviello
Riding tandem on our pathway to prevention: Ohio's experience working together to prevent sexual and intimate partner violence 
RISE: Restructuring Insitutions in Service to EqualityMichele Hamilton
The role of research in the anti-rape movement: From calling it rape to social impact bonds 
Standing strong together: Addressing Vicarious Trauma in rural rape crisis workElizabeth Balcarcel
SAFE Protocol: Are you up to date?Kim Day, RN, SANE-A, SANE-P
Sex Offender CourtJill E. Rangos
Sex trafficking & U.S. Prisons/JailsKrista Hoffman
Sexual Assault Forensic Exams: Research evidence on exam access, payment, storage, and processingJanine M. Zweig
Sexual violence & journalism: Collaboration beyond the newsCara Courchesne
Transcending barriers: Providing comprehensive sexual assault services in rural areasJanene Radke