Event Calendar

Recent and Upcoming Events

5/12/2021 - CSA 101: Practical Tools To Understand, Help and Support Young Survivors

Event Date: 5/12/2021

Join the Middle Tennessee Sexual Assault Center on Wednesday, May 12th at 1:00 CST to learn more about child sexual abuse.

In this virtual 90 minute webinar, participants will be equipped with introductory information about child sexual abuse. This introductory information will include:

  •  Statistics and prevalence of CSA
  •  Intersecting social contexts
  • Insight on risk factors and signs
  • Intro-level Neurobiology
  • Offender statistics and Groomer dynamics
  • How to handle a disclosure of sexual abuse
  • How to legally fulfill reporting duties as a Tennessee mandatory reporter
  • Introduction to Trauma Exposure Response

Non-offending caregivers are welcome to attend; however, please note this will be a psychoeducational training with potentially triggering components.

Click here for more information.

5/26/2021 - CSA 201: Practical Tools to Process, Support, and Build Relationships With Young Survivors

Event Date: 5/26/2021

Join the Middle Tennessee Sexual Assault Center on Wednesday, May 19th at 1:00 pm CST to learn more about child sexual abuse.

In this virtual two hour training, participants will be equipped with clinical information about child sexual abuse. This information will include:

  • The importance of teaching young people consent
  • Signs, symptoms and trauma-based reactions
  • Case studies
  • Relationship building with victim-survivors
  • Therapeutic Interventions
  • Typical Sexual Development
  • Problematic Sexual Behavior

Non-offending caregivers are welcome to attend; however, please note this will be a psychoeducational training with potentially triggering components.

Click here for more information.

5/28/2021 - Virtual Steward of Children

Event Date: 5/28/2021

Stewards of Children uses real people and real stories to show you how to protect children. In this training you will learn how to prevent, recognize, and react responsibly to child sexual abuse. 

Click here for more information.

6/16/2021 - CSA 101: Practical Tools To Understand, Help and Support Young Survivors

Event Date: 6/16/2021

Join the Middle Tennessee Sexual Assault Center on Wednesday, June 6th at 1:00 CST to learn more about child sexual abuse.

In this virtual 90 minute webinar, participants will be equipped with introductory information about child sexual abuse. This introductory information will include:

  • Statistics and prevalence of CSA
  • Intersecting social contexts
  • Insight on risk factors and signs
  • Intro-level Neurobiology
  • Offender statistics and Groomer dynamics
  • How to handle a disclosure of sexual abuse
  • How to legally fulfill reporting duties as a Tennessee mandatory reporter
  • Introduction to Trauma Exposure Response

Non-offending caregivers are welcome to attend; however, please note this will be a psychoeducational training with potentially triggering components.

Click here for more information.

7/14/2021 - CSA 101: Practical Tools To Understand, Help and Support Young Survivors

Event Date: 7/14/2021

Join the Middle Tennessee Sexual Assault Center on Wednesday, July 14th at 1:00 CST to learn more about child sexual abuse.

In this virtual 90 minute webinar, participants will be equipped with introductory information about child sexual abuse. This introductory information will include:

  • Statistics and prevalence of CSA
  • Intersecting social contexts
  • Insight on risk factors and signs
  • Intro-level Neurobiology
  • Offender statistics and Groomer dynamics
  • How to handle a disclosure of sexual abuse
  • How to legally fulfill reporting duties as a Tennessee mandatory reporter
  • Introduction to Trauma Exposure Response

Non-offending caregivers are welcome to attend; however, please note this will be a psychoeducational training with potentially triggering components.

Click here for more information.

8/11/2021 - CSA 101: Practical Tools To Understand, Help and Support Young Survivors

Event Date: 8/11/2021

Join the Middle Tennessee Sexual Assault Center on Wednesday, August 1th at 1:00 CST to learn more about child sexual abuse.

In this virtual 90 minute webinar, participants will be equipped with introductory information about child sexual abuse. This introductory information will include:

  • Statistics and prevalence of CSA
  • Intersecting social contexts
  • Insight on risk factors and signs
  • Intro-level Neurobiology
  • Offender statistics and Groomer dynamics
  • How to handle a disclosure of sexual abuse
  • How to legally fulfill reporting duties as a Tennessee mandatory reporter
  • Introduction to Trauma Exposure Response

Non-offending caregivers are welcome to attend; however, please note this will be a psychoeducational training with potentially triggering components.

Click here for more information.

8/18/2021 - CSA 201: Practical Tools to Process, Support, and Build Relationships With Young Survivors

Event Date: 8/18/2021

Join the Middle Tennessee Sexual Assault Center on Wednesday, August 18th at 1:00 pm CST to learn more about child sexual abuse.

In this virtual two hour training, participants will be equipped with clinical information about child sexual abuse. This information will include:

  • The importance of teaching young people consent
  • Signs, symptoms and trauma-based reactions
  • Case studies
  • Relationship building with victim-survivors
  • Therapeutic Interventions
  • Typical Sexual Development
  • Problematic Sexual Behavior

Non-offending caregivers are welcome to attend; however, please note this will be a psychoeducational training with potentially triggering components.

Click here for more information.

9/15/2021 - CSA 101: Practical Tools To Understand, Help and Support Young Survivors

Event Date: 9/15/2021

Join the Middle Tennessee Sexual Assault Center on Wednesday, September 15th at 1:00 CST to learn more about child sexual abuse.

In this virtual 90 minute webinar, participants will be equipped with introductory information about child sexual abuse. This introductory information will include:

  • Statistics and prevalence of CSA
  • Intersecting social contexts
  • Insight on risk factors and signs
  • Intro-level Neurobiology
  • Offender statistics and Groomer dynamics
  • How to handle a disclosure of sexual abuse
  • How to legally fulfill reporting duties as a Tennessee mandatory reporter
  • Introduction to Trauma Exposure Response

Non-offending caregivers are welcome to attend; however, please note this will be a psychoeducational training with potentially triggering components.

Click here for more information.

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