Adapting an evidence-based program to help teen girls effectively resist sexual dating violence

Adapting an evidence-based program to help teen girls effectively resist sexual dating violence

'Girl, you got this!’ Adapting an evidence-based program to help teen girls effectively resist sexual dating violence


Dr. Charlene Senn

University of Windsor

Dr. Sara Crann

University of Windsor

This program is an evidence-based sexual violence resistance intervention currently implemented in several universities to help young women effectively resist sexual coercion and assault while reducing self-blame. The adapted intervention will help girls identify risk for sexual assault and address emotional and cognitive processes related to sexual victimization, help them to develop confidence and skills to verbally and physically fight back, and identify their own sexual and relationship values and boundaries.

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FUNDER:

Public Health Agency of Canada

GRANT DURATION:

2018-2023

 

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