She says she “especially likes the theatrical performances and the opportunity for students from different schools to come together to discuss this important topic.” Samantha Coyle (r), also of Randolph High School, agrees that “this is a topic that needs to be talked about more.” During the afternoon activities, students worked with their classmates and their chaperones to choose and plan two activities to implement in their schools during Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month in February 2017.
Pictured after the performance of Remote Control are Tim Hoover, actor; Mary Alice Thomas, RHS Student Assistant Counselor; Amie Cazel, actor; Josh Coleman, actor; Molly O’Meara, RHS student; and Susan Herschman, RHS School Psychologist.He doesn't recommend that his clients make any big moves on what some describe as a "Hallmark holiday." No first dates, no big pressure."We try not to make this holiday more important than it needs to be," says Goldstein, based in Hoboken.As adults, some of my clients have had partners or siblings with addiction. On this page you will find information about how and where to meet singles in NJ.We maximize your dating experience and help you increase the opportunity of meeting that special someone.Is Valentine's Day a burden for you because you're currently not seeing anyone?If you've ever been abused emotionally or physically, have experienced a traumatic event, feel stuck in an unfulfilling relationship, and/or have children/teens that demonstrate behavioral problems, I know I can help.""Depression, anxiety, and fear are three of the most debilitating emotions that hinder individuals from leading happy, productive lives.If you've ever been abused emotionally or physically, have experienced a traumatic event, feel stuck in an unfulfilling relationship, and/or have children/teens that demonstrate behavioral problems, I know I can help.""I give my clients tools to: manage difficult situations & relationships, make better decisions, manage feelings of anxiety, depression, shame, guilt, anger, grief, or loss, and to learn healthier ways of thinking.Though estimates of dating violence vary, one study funded by the National Institute of Justice found the following results from a sample of middle and high schools in New Jersey, New York and Pennsylvania: • 33% of students responding reported experiencing psychological dating abuse • 18% reported experiencing cyber dating abuse • 21% reported experiencing physical dating violence • 9% reported experiencing sexual coercion Through small group discussions and an interactive play called Remote Control by Deana’s Educational Theater, the students had the opportunity to learn about the warning signs of dating abuse and how to help.The play depicts a bystander’s response to an abusive relationship.