Prevention Education Webinars

Our Prevention Education Webinars

A certificate of completion will be provided for all webinars. The webinars listed here are available free for you to complete at your own pace.

Barriers to Reporting

A discussion about the various barriers to survivors reporting: fear, confidentiality concerns, lack of services and resources, cultural barriers, and retaliation.

Child Sexual Abuse and Sex Offenders

Prepares adults to recognize, prevent, and appropriately respond to signs and symptoms of child sexual abuse. Describes the characteristics of sex offenders, relationships between victims and offenders, sex offender subtypes, and the effect of trauma in

Human Trafficking

Defines human trafficking and specific types of trafficking. Information about the people involved in human trafficking including victims, traffickers, and customers is explained and discussed. Emphasis is placed on trafficking in the US, Texas, and the ways it affects our own communities in San Antonio.

Intersection of Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault

Defines domestic violence and sexual assault and evaluates the ways the two overlap. Looks at the types of violence victims can experience, the red flags of an unhealthy relationship, why people abuse, and why people stay in abusive relationships.

Defines what an “ism” is and how these “isms” and biases affect the way we move through the world. Different types of isms are explored, such as racism, sexism, ableism, and classism, with an in depth look at how the use of isms and biases affects sexual violence. Value systems and rape culture are also discussed, with an emphasis on how our societal value systems impact sexual violence in our community.
The Effects of Trauma
A discussion about immediate and chronic physical and mental health effects of sexual violence; Includes discussion about substance abuse, self-harm, depression, flashbacks, eating and sleeping disorders, and more.
PREA: Prison Rape Elimination Act

Explains the goal and practice of the PREA program. Provides a look into the oppressive prison system, the dynamics of sexual violence in corrections settings, the vulnerable populations targeted, barriers and outcomes of reporting, and more.

Sexual Violence 101 and Primary Prevention
Introduction to sexual assault education with an overview of laws, statistics, and challenges and effects on survivors. Examines sexual assault through an ecological model and discusses the causes of sexual violence and the role of primary prevention in ending it. Includes discussions of pimp culture, rape as a weapon of war, spiritual and clergy abuse, pederasty, and more.
Special Populations
A recorded round table to hear from the experts; A look at special populations including men, cultural groups, persons with disabilities, adolescents, college students, the elderly, LGBTQIA, and human trafficking survivors.
Values Beliefs and Biases

A look at how our values, beliefs, and biases may impact service delivery, including unintentional revictimization and unintentional victim blaming. Includes a discussion of how other cultures react to and interpret sexual violence, privilege, oppression, and a culture of gender violence.

Vicarious Trauma

Explains secondary survivorship, vicarious trauma, secondary traumatic stress, and self-care.

Male Survivors

Explains that men are survivors of sexual violence, just like women. Discusses the role of gender socialization and the impact it has on male survivors, especially when it comes to mental health and reporting. Breaks down the reasons why men are victimized, how they are victimized, and who they are victimized by. Looks at the prevalence of male victimization and debunks common myths about male survivors. This is a basic crash course on male survivors of sexual violence.

Online Dating and Cyber Safety

A look at the digital age of dating: the red flags to be on the lookout for, and tips and tricks to stay safe.


Defining the term stalking, what constitutes as stalking, and how to stop it. Examining real-life stalking scenarios, the prevalence of stalking, and its intersection with sexual assault.

LGBTQ+ and Sexual Violence

Provides an overview of the LGBTQ+ community. This includes information on the LGBTQ+ community as a special population, statistics, the effects of sexual violence on the community, and intersectionality. Specific information is provided on the trans population, the LGBTQ+ military population, understanding gender identities, and best practices for care of LGBTQ+ clients.

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