Good Touches/Bad Touches
This class is designed for children ages 3 – 10. In our society we children are taught negative
messages about sexuality. We teach children inappropriate words to describe their bodies as
well as make them fearful of normal sexual curiosity. Parents and caregivers are often so
scared that their children may be violated; we often impose our fears onto the children. Using
a positive approach to talking with children about prevention will help to empower children
and allow them to be able to trust that the adults in their lives are able to handle if something
does happen to them. Through the use of lecture, story telling, and hand on exercises, this
class teaches children how to protect their bodies and what to do if someone does touch
them inappropriately.
This class is approximately 1-2 hours depending on the group member’s age.

Understanding our Bodies after Sexual Assault
Victims of sexual assault often find that their sexual attitudes, reactions, and desires are often
impacted long after the assault occurs. Some individuals find that they have no sexual desire,
while others find themselves being promiscuous after being assaulted. Quite often in either
case, victims find themselves unable to be intimate in any type of relationship. This class is
designed for victims and/or their partners. They will learn skills to enhance intimacy while
learning to trust.
This is a four hour class.

Date Rape and Domestic Violence in Adolescent Relationships
This class is designed for youth 12- 16. Adolescents will learn how to identify domestic
violence early on. They will learn how to protect themselves from becoming victims of date
rape. They will also learn resources available to them and how to access those resources.
This is a two hour class.

Domestic Violence        
This class is designed to increase knowledge about Domestic Violence in our society. This class
is designed for individuals and/or companies who want to learn more about the basics of
Domestic Violence, how to identify it and how to help those victims you may come into contact
This class is 4 hours.

Domestic Violence in a Health Care Setting
This class is to help prepare physician and their staff in responding to Domestic Violence in a
health care setting. You will learn how domestic violence is currently effecting the health care
system as well as ways to identify patients in your office. You will learn the proper screening
methods and learn the resources available for your clients.
This class is 2 – 4 hours depending on the needs of your company.

Domestic Violence in the Workplace
This class is designed to inform employees and supervisors in how to respond to employees in
domestic violence situations. It will help staff learn to identify victims as well as teach them
what resources are available. It is designed to help keep both the victim and the employees
safe. For company’s that are interested we also offer support around implementing a DV policy
for your company.
This class is 4 to 6 hours depending on the size of the group.

Domestic Violence and its Effects on Children
This class is designed for individuals that come into contact with children. Whether you’re a
daycare employee, pediatrician, school employee, nurse, etc this class will help you to identify
domestic violence in the home and offer you the skills to address those issues with both the
child and the family. It offers important tools to help keep children safe.
This class is 4 hours.

Boundary Setting
This class is designed for families, individuals, Survivors of violence, and children. This class
teaches you how to be in tune with your body and set boundaries.
This class is 2-4 hours depending on the group.

To schedule a training at your facility call Stephanie Flesher at (253) 863-1997 or e-mail.
Serving East Pierce and South King Counties.
Easy access from Bonney Lake, Buckley, Orting, Lakeland Hills, Auburn, Fife, and Puyallup