Green River College Peer Educators Part 1
Season 2, Episode 4 – In the midst of a global pandemic, Green River College’s Relationship & Sexual Violence Prevention (RSVP) Peer Educator program formed with the goal of providing student-led violence prevention education to the students, faculty, and staff of GRC, a diverse college located in King County, WA.
Sports as a platform to end sexual assault
Season 2, Episode 3 – Two of the preventionists behind Team Up Washington, Rebecca Milliman of Harborview Abuse & Trauma Center, and Ilene Stohl of Washington State Coalition Against Domestic Violence chat with KCSARC about empowering high school athletes to become leaders in ending violence.
Violence prevention is health equity
Season 2, Episode 2 Sexual violence is too often viewed as a standalone problem. NSVRC Prevention Specialist Mo Lewis joins us on the Building Resilience podcast to explain why sexual violence prevention must include changing larger systems of oppression.
The power that youth hold – Guests WSHS Intersectional Feminism Club
Season 2, Episode 1 Building Resilience is back with a second series of episodes featuring stories of how violence prevention looks in our day-to-day lives.
Guests from West Seattle High School’s Intersectional Feminism Club talk about their work to make real and lasting policy changes that help survivors and prevent sexual assault from happening.
Introducing ‘Building Resilience’ podcast
Season 1, Episode 0 KCSARC is excited to introduce a new way to learn about and incorporate violence prevention strategies in our everyday lives: the Building Resilience podcast. Each episode focuses on a topic related to sexual assault, starting with those that help us communicate better and build healthy relationships with the young people in our lives.
Listen here at the KCSARC website, or on your favorite podcast service.
Season 1, Episode 2 When we practice setting and respecting personal boundaries, we build healthier relationships and healthier individuals. KCSARC’s Family Services Specialists and Preventionist discuss how parents and caregivers can empower their young ones to set and respect boundaries.
Season 1, Episode 4 KCSARC’s Family Services Specialists and Preventionist share one of their favorite parenting tools: Praise, Reflect, Imitate, Describe, and Enthusiasm (PRIDE). Learn the five communication skills that help normalize talking about all things big and small with your child.
The case for consistency
Season 1, Episode 5 When it comes to parenting, consistency in adhering to values, agreements and guidelines is a game-changer, allowing everyone to feel a sense of security and emotional safety. KCSARC’s Family Services Specialists and Preventionist talk about the line between being flexible and being consistent.