Presented by A Long Walk Home™
Free and open to the public
The Internet has increasingly become the hunting ground for sexual predators. Using new methods in art therapy and the digital arts – including photography, projection, video, Twitter, Facebook, and live feed – we will discuss how state-of-the-art technology can empower communities and individuals to prevent and heal from sexual violence.
Participants will have hands-on opportunities to:
A Long Walk Home™ is a non-profit organization focused on sharing testimonies, poetry, music, dance, photography and video by survivors of sexual abuse and their allies in order to provide safe and entertaining forums through which the public can learn about healing from, and preventing, sexual violence.
* The Master in Science Program in Counseling at Mount Mary College is an
NBCC Approved Continuing Education Provider. Provider Number: 4529.
Attendees receive 2 clock hours (.2 CEU's) for completion of the training.