Free! Second Wednesday Webinars


Every month guest speakers, program authors, or Dibble staff bring you insight on timely topics related to teen/young adult romantic relationship issues, research, and programs.

NOTE CHANGE IN DATE:  August 17, 2016

Robust Relationship Skills Education:
A Strength-Based Approach to
Teen Dating Violence Prevention


Working directly with teens to robustly build healthy relationship skills gives us a unique and positive approach for primary and secondary dating violence prevention with males and females. Developing adolescents’ knowledge about and skills for their romantic lives is an especially effective approach to deescalating conflict, developing a personal sense of responsibility, and staying safe.

This webinar will:

  • Review the research on comprehensive relationship education as it relates to teen dating violence;
  • Explore how relationship education positively impacts other outcomes for adolescents, and
  • Learn strategies that participants can use to bring evidence-based relationship skills to their schools and communities.

Presenter:  Kay Reed, President and Executive Director, The Dibble Institute

Who should attend:  Youth-serving program staff and administrators in the fields of dating and domestic violence, healthy relationships, pregnancy prevention, youth development, and others that work with teens and young adults

When:  Wednesday, August 17, 2016, 4:00 pm Eastern/1:00 pm Pacific

Duration: 60 minutes 

Cost: Free!

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