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It can happen to anyone

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It Can Happen To Anyone

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It can happen to anyone

  1. 1. Louise Stanger All About Interventions
  2. 2. David Malow GPS Recovery
  3. 3. IT CAN HAPPEN to ANYONE !
  4. 4. STOP
  5. 5. Objectives • Define and Discuss Sexual Assault • Define and Discuss Sexual Harassment • Use Case Studies to demonstrate Relationship between Addiction and Sexual Assault & Harassment • Offer ByStander Tips and Strategies
  6. 6. Objectives Explore Sexual Assault & Harassment on College Campus Explore Sexual Assault at Home Explore Sexual Assault at the Workplace Explore Sexual Assault in the Military
  7. 7. Objectives UnRavel • Demonstrate Thru Case Studies how Addiction, Trauma and Sexual Assault are Knitted together • Introduce CIS- A Strength Based Approach to Help Folks Rise Strong
  8. 8. Sexual Assault & Harassment• Sexual Assault- A Sexual Act That Someone Was Forced To Do Against Their Will and Without Their Consent • Sexual Harassment - Verbal Harassment (sexually explicit talk, homophobic slurs, repeated requests for dates after someone has said no. Cyber. sexual harassment, physically aggressive (flashing or indecent exposure, being physically followed or toucher pr brushed up against in a sexual way without consent -
  9. 9. David’s Story • Family Hx of Addiction & Mental Health • Abuse- Verbal- Bullying- Harassment • Disordered Eating • Alcohol and Other Drug Addiction • Resiliency
  10. 10. Red Zone • August thru November on College Campuses • 1 in 4 to 1 in 5 women • 1in 14 to 16 in men • Women first two years of college • Friday and Sat. most common days • Sept. and Oct. most commonly reported months
  11. 11. Sally - 30 years old Bullying - Sexual Assault-Alcohol -FTL
  12. 12. The WorkPlace
  13. 13. Tom 54 Years old • Anxiety • Depression • Alcoholism • Gay - Married Gentleman • Unemployed Executive • Family History - Depression
  14. 14. Sexual Assault Military
  15. 15. Sexual Harassment and Assault Pose A Significant Problem in the US, especially for Women• 81 % of women and 43% of men reported experiencing some form of sexual harassment or assault during their lifetime • More then 3 in 4 women (77%) and 1 in 3 men (34%) experienced verbal sexual harassment • 1 in 2 women (51% ) and 1 in 6 men (17%) were sexually touched in an unwelcome way
  16. 16. Key Findings • Cyber Sexual Harassment-(41% )or 1 in 10 women & 1-4 (22%) of men • More then 1 in 3 women (34%) and 1 in 10 men (12%) were Physically Followed • Close to 1 in 3 women (30%) and 1 in 10 men (12%) faced Unwanted Genital Flashing • More then 1 in4 women (27%) and 1in 14 men (7%) Survived Sexual Assault
  17. 17. Women With Disabilities • There are about 27 million women in the US that have disabilities. More the 50 % of women over age 65 are living with disabilities (Arthritis or Rheumatism) • Disabilities can be seen and unseen to the naked eye
  18. 18. 40% reported experiencing sexual assault compared with 23 % who did not have Disability
  19. 19. Multiple Public Spaces 88% 86% multiple location
  20. 20. Women Report • 66 % at a public space • 38% at their workplace • 35% at their Residence
  21. 21. Men Report • Public Space 19% • School 14% • Workplace 13% • Own Residence 13% • Phone or Text-13%
  22. 22. 48 Percent of Lesbian or Bisexual Women compared to 25% of straight women reported sexual assault
  23. 23. Men • Hispanic Men • Men with Disabilities • Men living below poverty line • Gay and Bisexual Men • Men in Rural Areas
  24. 24. 88% of Harassed women & 86% of harassed men reported facing experiences in more then 1 location - report 4-5
  25. 25. •Direct •Disrupt •Don’t Act Alone •Confront The Harasser •Set Up The Expectation to Speak up and Step in •Understand How your Privilege Positions Allow You to Speak Up
  26. 26. • Focus on the Needs and Experience of The Target and Ensure they receive the Support They need • Let Them Know they Did Not Do anything Wrong- ItWas Not Their Fault • Take Action On Line-Be Proactive
  27. 27. Resources • Stanger, Louise (2018) The Definitive Guide To Addiction Intervention-A Collective Strategy NY. Rutledge (Available on Amazon or on Ruthledge) • Stanger, Louise, http://www.allaboutintervent ions.com
  28. 28. Resources • The Facts Behind the # Me Too http://www.stopstreetharassment.org/wp- content/uploads/2018/01/Full-Report-2018- National-Study-on-Sexual-Harassment-and- Assault.pdf • The New York Times https://www.nytimes.com/2018/02/21/upshot/p ervasive-sexual-harassment-why-me-too- took-off-poll.html
  29. 29. Resources • ByStander Intervention Tips https://www.nsvrc.org/sites/default/files/public ations_nsvrc_tip-sheet_bystander- intervention-tips-and-strategies_1.pdf • Newsweek (2-2- 18)https://www.newsweek.com/after-metoo- study-finds-nearly-all-women-and-almost-half- men-us-have-815660
  30. 30. Falling Up A Memoir of Renewal Available on Amazon
  31. 31. Resources • NPR : The Sexual Assault Epidemic No One Talks About https://www.npr.org/2018/01/08/570224090/the-sexual-assault- epidemic-no-one-talks-about • CNN- From Fellow Solider to ‘monster’ In Uniform: METOO https://www.cnn.com/2018/02/07/politics/us-military- sexual-assault-investigations/index.html • Sexual Assault/Sexual Harassment in the Military. Psychological Health Center of Excellence http://www.pdhealth.mil/clinical-guidance/sexual-assaultsexual- harassment
  32. 32. ID is: #1907488
  33. 33. ResOurces • National Sexual Violence Resource Center 2018 • The Department of Defense - Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Office http://www.sapr.mil/index.php/reports

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