Stalking 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, strategies for intervention and resources for recovery. See the full description below.
- Video, text and graphics
- Youth mentors,
- Victim Advocates,
- Rape/Crisis Center Staff & Volunteers
- 1 – 1.5 hours. Flexible, self-paced
- DEFINITION OF STALKING
- THE DIFFERENT TYPES OF STALKING
- EXAMPLES OF STALKING BEHAVIORS
- EARLY WARNING SIGNS
- STRATEGIES FOR DEALING WITH STALKING
- SUPPORT & INTERVENTION STRATEGIES FOR VICTIMS
- EFFECTS OF STALKING ON VICTIMS
Outcomes & Practical Application:
- Increased knowledge and awareness of the prevalence of stalking and its consequences
- Reduce risk by early identification of predatory behaviors and avoidance of potentially dangerous relationships.
- Increased ability to provide effective support and assistance to someone experiencing stalking.
- Knowledge of strategies and principles for dealing with stalking behaviors for self or others.
- Increased knowledge of available resources for dealing with stalking.
- Recognize the physical, financial and psychological consequences and how to seek help for recovery and restoration.
Benefits to Self & Others:
- Reduced risk of potential physical, financial and psychological damage
- Stronger ability to support and assist family, friends or clients/constituents
- Ability to educate others within your sphere of influence
- Increased confidence in sharing personal experiences in order to educate others