Self-Regulation and GroundingThis short course was created to help anyone who needs to develop the skill of calming their nerves, reducing anxiety, curbing depression, and managing conflict.
Break Free: Get Up!This course covers some fundamental methods you can use to help in one of the most compromising and difficult positions you can find yourself in. While there are no easy or foolproof answers, this course gives you some fundamental skills that you can combine with other skills to give you a fighting chance. These are not stand alone methods!
A Prison Without Bars: Campus StalkingStalking among teens and young adults is far more common - and has far-reaching consequences for victims and their families.
Fear Follows Me: StalkedStalking impacts millions of people every year. It can be terrifying, costly and have lasting consequences for the victims. In this course we'll define and explore the different types of stalking, examine stalking behaviors, strategies for staying safer and resources for recovery.
Identifying PredatorsProviding a single source to help the individual identify fundamental predatory behaviors.
Build Enforceable BoundariesBoundaries aren't some "woo woo" thing that only fragile people need. We all likely have some boundaries already. This course will help you define the boundaries you already have more clearly, as well as identify areas where you may want to create more.
Break Free: Hair Pulls and ChokesKnowing the advantages and dealing with various methods of head control is a critical skill in self-protection.
NOTE: Understand that there are NO guaranteed solutions to these, or any other dynamic situation. These are foundational ideas that are meant to be partnered with other critical skills (base disruptions, latching, elbows and striking for example) but highlight some of the peculiarities of the hair pull and choke.
Break Free: Waist GrabsLearn to deal with the tackle, the waist grab, and other forms of body control.
For Sale: Barriers to Recovery & RehabilitationVictims of sex trafficking - those under the age of 18 in particular - face many barriers on their road to recovery and rehabilitation. Leaving "the Life" is just the first step...
Flank: Get Out of the Chaos!It's one thing to be able to survive in the chaos but it's another to use that to gain an advantage or to know when it's time to get out.