We are very pleased to partner with 6 of the Community of Practice to Address Teen Dating Violence projects for an interactive panel discussion on whether to offer teen dating violence prevention programming to youth in an online format this year. This webinar will provide varied perspectives from projects who have chosen to move online and from those who have chosen not to. Learn more about the various challenges and considerations in deciding whether to move online during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The panel presentation will be followed by a Q and A opportunity for participants. The presentation will be in English; we will provide the powerpoint slides in both French and English. For those unable to join us, we will be recording the webinar and sharing with all of you afterwards.
Meet the Panelists:
Meccana Ali - Manager, National Programs for Respect2Connect at Boys and Girls Clubs of Canada
Roseline Carter - Registered social worker and Director of Programs with the Centre for Sexuality
Claire Crooks - Clinical Psychologist, Director of the Centre for School Mental Health, and Professor at Western University
Amy Foreman - Dating Violence Prevention Program Coordinator at YWCA Metro Vancouver
Rachel MacLean - Senior Project Officer with the Canadian Public Health Association
Maria Saona - Manager of WiseGuyz and Girls Program, at the Centre for Sexuality
Charlene Y. Senn - Feminist social psychologist, Canada Research Chair in Sexual Violence and Professor of Psychology and Women’s & Gender Studies at the University of Windsor.
More detailed bios for the panelists can be found here: https://www.prevnet.ca/teen-dating-violence/webinarinfo