How to Spot an Obvious Spider

This video is the second video in a two-part series. If you haven’t watched “How to Spot a Sneaky Spider” please watch it before you watch this video.

This video teaches children, teens, and young adults to recognize the behaviors involved in obvious (overt) emotional, physical, and sexual abuse.

Please note: I use physically (anatomically) correct terms for sexual body parts, because research shows that children, teenagers, young adults, who know and use correct terminology are much less likely to be abused. The images in the video are G rated, showing “bathing suit” anatomy.

  • Family viewing: $20
  • Public Screening: $200
  • Contact me for facilitated screenings, or free viewings for underserved communities

 

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This video is the second video in a two-part series. If you haven’t watched “How to Spot a Sneaky Spider” please watch it before you watch this video.

This video teaches children, teens, and young adults to recognize the behaviors involved in obvious (overt) emotional, physical, and sexual abuse.

Please note: I use physically (anatomically) correct terms for sexual body parts, because research shows that children, teenagers, young adults, who know and use correct terminology are much less likely to be abused. The images in the video are G rated, showing “bathing suit” anatomy.

  • Family viewing: $20
  • Public Screening: $200
  • Contact me for facilitated screenings, or free viewings for underserved communities

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