Archive for the ‘Pornography’ Category

January 2017 Webinar

2016 Highlights in Youth Relationship Education: Trends, Tools, Research, and More!

Join The Dibble Institute’s staff as they share their highpoints from last year in the field of youth relationship education.

Topics include:

  • Research that relationship education is a potent new tool for pregnancy prevention,
  • Robust relationship education as part of the sexual violence prevention toolkit,
  • New settings for relationship education including corrections, child welfare, and dating violence prevention,
  • New evidence that porn threatens the capacity to build intimacy, and
  • Preventing Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACES) through relationship education.

Presenters: The Dibble Institute Staff

  • Kay Reed, Executive Director
  • Irene Varley, Director of Education
  • Dixie Zittlow, Director of Outreach
  • Aaron Larson, Acquisitions and Product Coordinator

Love Notes ACES poster (pdf) Size: 1.1 MB Downloads: 172

Dibble Love Notes Issue Brief 2017 (pdf) Size: 137.1 KB Downloads: 159

Teens Technology and Romantic Relationships (pdf) Size: 2.0 MB Downloads: 162

Soft Skills That Foster Workforce Success (pdf) Size: 279.8 KB Downloads: 151

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November 2016 Webinar

Teens and Pornography
The Latest Research and Resources

In this webinar, Clay Olsen, will discuss the latest findings from the fields of neuroscience, psychology, and the medical field on the impact that Internet porn is having on the developing brains of young people. Clay presents the topic as a public health issue, rather than as a moral, political or religious argument.

In this webinar you will

  1. Understand why the Internet porn of today is having such a drastically different impact on the brains of young people than old school pornography did.
  2. Understand how Internet porn is impacting relationships for young people.
  3. Learn more from research about the negative outcomes that are associated with Internet porn.
  4. Learn what you can do to help young people who have decided that they want help with overcoming the addiction to Internet porn.

Presenter: Clay Olsen. Clay is the CEO of Fight the New Drug. He has been featured on ABC Nightline, ABC News, NPR, CNN, The Dr. Drew Show, and many more. Clay has presented to over 400 schools and tens of thousands of teens all over the country. He passionately feels that education is the most powerful weapon to combat the influence of pornography in our society.

References For Teens and Pornography Webinar (pdf) Size: 259.5 KB Downloads: 284

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