The Formula for Domestic Violence: Digital Media, Sexual Violence and Our Youth
Presented by Galia Goya, Hope's Door New Beginning Center 2 CEs will be offered to LPC, SW, LMFT, and Psychologists - NBCC Approved
Time & Location
Nov 17, 2023, 9:30 AM – 11:30 AM CST
Webinar via Zoom
About the Event
"The Formula for Domestic Violence: Digital Media, Sexual Violence and Our Youth"
2 CE Credits will be offered for LPC, LMFT, SW, and Psychologists - NBCC Approved
Presented by: Galia Goya
Date: November 17th, 2023
Time: 9:30am - 11:30am CST
Location: Webinar Via Zoom
Cost: Free (This training is supported by Award No. 3012706 by the Texas Office of the Governor and Violence Against Women Act Fund.)
Modern-day technology and social media have made it possible to connect to people and information easily. However, this easy access to the information highway has created unintended consequences for our youth. This session will explore the effect that easy accessibility, particularly accessibility to porn, has on teens and how it relates to domestic violence and sexual assault on a systemic and cultural level. The answer is not to forbid youth from engaging in social media or banning popular platforms—but by fostering emotional awareness so that youth can identify emotions and set healthy boundaries (online and in real life).
- Learn meaningful ways to talk about cyber safety with youths and the adults in their lives (i.e., parents, teachers, counselors, etc.)
- Explore how the digital world can be a tool to connect with youth.
- Walk away with tools for safeguarding social media, including algorithms to show appropriate and uplifting content.
If you register for this training, you must attend for the entire training.
*Partial CEs will not be provided.*
Leaving the training early will count as a No Show.
In the event of an emergency that causes you to be late or miss the training, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
About Our Speaker:
Galia Goya is the Bilingual Community Educator at Hope’s Door New Beginning Center. Galia works to empower community members of all ages to foster healthy relationships and to prevent, recognize, and respond to all forms of abuse. Galia pursued a law degree, hoping to use law as an avenue to promote human rights and create social change. After years of practicing law in Mexico, Galia moved to the U.S. to pursue a Master of Law at Yale Law School and was later met with a restriction to practice law as a foreign lawyer. Galia reinvented herself and found a new path to pursue her passion for social change and public service, finding fulfillment in non-profit and volunteer work.
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