Plays about dating violence
"If it hurts you, then it is not a joke:" Adolescents’ ideas about girls’ and boys’ use and experience of abusive behavior in dating relationships.
J., Saint-Pierre, M., & The Dating Violence Research Team (2006).
The rate of cyber dating abuse among teens and how it relates to other forms of teen dating violence.
"The Yellow Dress" is a play that's been performed at local high schools, but ABC Action News, along with Deana's Educational Theater and Heartland For Children, gave the public a chance to see it at Tampa's Straz Center on October 1st.
National Institute of Justice Annual Conference Presentation.
Shifting boundaries: A summary of findings from a National Institute of Justice Prevention Program in New York City middle schools October 2008 - December 2010.
Melissa Dohme, who survived the nearly deadly attack by her high school boyfriend, was among those who also saw the play.
"You have to be there for them and again, you can't be there in a negative way.
Journal of Prevention & Intervention in the Community, 21, 53-64.
Adolescent dating violence: A multi-systemic approach of enhancing awareness in educators, parents, and society.
She also started Heather's Hope Foundation in her daughter's memory.
The Gorfinkles met Roebuck for the first time during the performance at the Straz Center.