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Teens and Social Media: Benefits and Risks - Recorded

Access the recording of this webinar with Elizabeth Dilley on the benefits and risks of social media as it relates to teen dating violence.

What
  • Recording
  • Healthy Teen Relationships
When Feb 12, 2013
from 11:00 am to 12:00 pm
Pacific
Where Online
Presenter Rev. Elizabeth Dilley
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$0.00

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Contact Phone 206-634-1903
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February is Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month

Access the recording of this webinar with Rev. Elizabeth Dilley on the benefits and risks of social media in the context of teen dating violence awareness and prevention. We know there are risks associated with social media and internet use for teens, but how can these same tools be used to help teens access the information and help they may need when confronted with violence and abuse?

This webinar will help you:

  • Understand how social media can be a helpful tool for teens, educators, and faith leaders to address violence and abuse
  • Assess your understanding and use of social media in a faith setting
  • Get acquainted with resources and tips on using social media in productive and healthy ways


Meet Our Presenter

The Rev. Elizabeth Dilley is Minister for Ministers in Local Churches, for the United Church of Christ. Dilley is in Cleveland after serving nine years at the First Congregational United Church of Christ, Red Oak – a small, thriving, open and affirming congregation in rural Iowa. Through her experience in many local ministries, Dilley strives to encourage the ongoing covenant between ministers, associations, conferences and the national setting of the church. She also works to strengthen a culture of lifelong learning and continuing education among authorized ministers.

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