Coaching Boys Into Men: An Evidence-Based Approach to Leveraging Sports to Promote Healthy Relationships and Prevent Abuse
Coaching Boys Into Men (CBIM) is the only evidence-based program that trains and motivates athletic coaches of young men’s sports teams to promote healthy relationships and positive bystander intervention through 12 weekly discussions. Integrated easily into the sports season, CBIM is a manageable program for coaches and can create positive cultural change to the culture of teams as well as the surrounding community. Topics addressed include: Respect and Personal Responsibility; Disrespectful Behavior Towards Women and Girls; Understanding Consent; Conflict and Communication; and more. During this session, we will discuss the core elements of the CBIM, how to build local support for the program, and the program’s extensive community of practice that new implementers can connect with and learn from.
The presenter is Jesse Mahler. Since Jan. 2020, Jesse has been a Senior Program Specialist for Futures Without Violence, San Francisco, CA.
Complimentary CEUs are available to all members. CEU’s for non-members are a $35 fee. If you plan on attending more than one training a year, consider joining as an NCEDSV Member to receive complimentary CEUs: https://www.ncedsv.org/ceus.
Elaine Brown, PhD, FAAIDD, Chief Psychologist, Nevada Department of Health and Human Services Aging and Disabilities Services Division | Developmental Services and Judy Henderson, MEd. Mgt. Senior Training Coordinator, NCEDSV
You will not want to miss our special guest speakers: Kailin “KK” Kelderman, Eilish Kelderman and Mary Bryant sharing their personal experiences, challenges, and hope for victim-survivors with disabilities.
Date & Time:
Feb. 22, 2023, from 3:30 PM – 4:30 PM
Complimentary CEUs are available to all members. CEUs for non-members are a $35 fee. If you plan on attending more than one training a year, consider joining as a NCEDSV Member to receive complimentary CEUs: https://www.ncedsv.org/ceus
This presentation was supported by the Nevada State Division of Public and Behavioral Health through Grant Number 1 NB01OT009495-01-00 from Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Its contents are solely the responsibility of the authors and do not necessarily represent the official views of the Division nor Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.