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Spanish Language Violence Prevention Package.
A collection of our most poplular Spanish language programs.
Item No.: SP06
Price: $396.00
87 minutes.
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Spanish Language Violence Prevention Package

Save over 30%  when you buy this collection of Spanish language violence prevention programs covering issues such as domestic violence. sexual assault and child abuse.  Programs include:

!Ya No Mas! is a Spanish language video-based workshop about emotional and physical violence against women. Designed for use in self-help groups and public forums, the video workshop uses dramatic re-enactments and on camera interviews to educate and initiate discussion about the various forms of domestic abuse suffered by millions of women. 

La Guerra En Casa is a program in Spanish with English subtitles that tells the powerful stories of domestic violence survivors from the Hispanic community. A victim advocate and batterer treatment therapist, as well as a former batterer, discuss domestic violence and ways to prevent domestic violence.

La Confianza Perdida is a Spanish language program on date and acquaintance rape. The title, utilizing a double entendre on the word confianza, means both "loss of self confidence" and "loss of trust in another." The program combines dramatic reenactments with first person testimony from survivors of rape. Also interviewed are professionals in law, forensic medicine, social work, and political activism. 

Una Visión Desde Las Sombras: Abuse Sexual Infantil en la Communidad Hispana is a popular program that examines the question of child abuse in the Hispanic community. Carmen and Soledad were both sexually abused as children by family members. Now, as adults, they share their stories.Gabriella, a therapist with the Nashville Child Advocacy Center, talks about tactics offenders use with victims, how abuse can be prevented, why children don't tell, and the healing process.
Mary, an attorney and Hispanic advocate, discusses why the Hispanic community is hesitant to report child abuse. She emphasizes that reporting is important, and encourages viewers to learn about their local laws so they will be able to get help for both the victim and offender. 

 Regular price for these programs is $577.90!

 


 
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Violence Prevention: Community Issues
Violence Prevention: Family Advocacy/DoD
Violence Prevention: Cultural Issues
Violence Prevention: Rape / Sexual Assault
Violence Prevention: Spanish/Other Languages

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