PSEPP program set
Posted: Tuesday, March 22, 2011 3:50 pm
The Messenger, March 22, 2011
The PSEPP Program (Personal Safety Empowerment Partnership Project), which deals with sexual assault, domestic violence and stalking, will be bringing nationally renown author and expert Mike Domitrz to the University of Tennessee at Martin Watkins Auditorium April 4 at 7 p.m. to share the keys to handling intimacy in a respectful manner.
Known for his blunt, thought provoking and entertaining approach to this sensitive issue, Domitrz reveals three life-changing approaches most high school, college students and their parents have never heard.
Because TV exploits intimacy, parents praise Domitrz for how he presents an old issue with a refreshing viewpoint, while students become intrigued with how he makes respect look cool.
He provides parents with real solutions to talking with their teenage/college sons and daughters about relationships that may not allow them to receive the respect they deserve. And students love how he uses humor and hard-hitting emotion to give them skills they can easily implement into their own lives instantly (literally by the time they walk out of the event), a spokesman said.
High school students and college students are encouraged to attend this free event, the spokesman added. Doors will open at 6:30, with free gifts given to the first 50 attendees.