Teen Dating Abuse Conference
April 27th, 2016
Teen Dating A to Generation Z
Teen Dating A to Generation Z: A Guide to Going Out, Breaking Up and Everything in Between
Join us for this Prevention Conference featuring Middlesex District Attorney Marian Ryan, Evan Graber, Ph.D., and a student panel highlighting effective ways to bring teen dating abuse education into middle and high schools.
Teen Dating A to Generation Z: A Guide to Going Out, Breaking Up and Everything in Between is a series of videos designed to help viewers better understand teen dating in today’s world and provide teens with information on how to safely address dating challenges.
Wednesday, April 27, 2016
Melrose Middle School
350 Lynn Fells Parkway, Melrose
9 am to Noon
Middlesex District Attorney Marian Ryan
Helping Boys to be Good Men and Overcoming the 'Boys will be Boys' Mentality: A Shared Responsibility," Evan Graber, Ph.D., Chairperson of MAC (Males Advocating Change) and Director of Intern Training at Y.O.U., Inc
Student Panel - "Engaging Students in Creating Healthy Relationships" Moderated by Rebecca Mooney, Melrose Alliance Against Violence
Teen Dating A to Generation Z: A Guide to Going Out, Breaking Up and Everything in Between is a series of videos designed to better understand teen dating in a modern world.
Middlesex Partnerships for Youth, Inc. created this series as a resource for students, educators and school staff. Throughout the series you will hear from teens themselves as dating issues such as controlling behaviors, media influences, sexting, active bystanding, and breaking up are discussed.
The videos are intended to debunk myths about dating abuse and help teens find the courage to speak up for each other, seek help if they are in an abusive relationship, understand the consequences of sexting, and be confident while navigating the complicated world of dating.
The videos can be shown together or separately to be incorporated into specific lessons or curriculums. MPY members will be able to download the videos for use.
This video series was made possible thanks to a generous contribution from Proskauer Rose LLP.