95% of Sexual Abuse is Preventable through education per the Child Molestation Research and Prevention Institute
Learn how to Predict, Prevent and React to Child Sexual Abuse
"The children most at risk of being sexually abused by these groomers are the children surrounded by adults who cannot stomach learning about child sexual abuse. Child molesters deliberately associate with adults who cannot address these issues. They seek out adults who worry about hurting people's feelings. They charm adults who do not believe it could happen." From the book, The Socially Skilled Child Molester, by Carla van Dam PhD, leading clinical and forensic psychologist.
Child Sexual Abuse Prevention Training - Entrenamiento en español disponible pronto
Children and Teens - age appropriate curriculum, includes training bullying and self-esteem issues
Parents - private groups and public workshops
Church members, staff, and clergy
Youth Serving Organizations - standard or customized training for organizations
Summer Camp / Weekly Camps
After school programs
Sports Teams / Coaches - Gymnastics, Soccer, Equestrian, Softball, Tennis, Swimming, Water Polo, Track & Field, etc.
Businesses that cater to children and families
Preschool / Day Care
Chuck E. Cheese
Laser Tag Facilities
Indoor Trampoline / Jump House
Annual Conferences - Speaking and Training for
Educators / Education Associations
PTAs - Parent Teacher Associations
Public Schools and Charter Schools
Law Enforcement and Legal Professionals
Non-Profits & Youth Serving Organizations
Community Programs and Collaboratives
Curriculum is audience-based and age-appropriate. Curriculum is the intellectual property of Educate to Eliminate, Inc. developed by the founder, Christy Heiskala after more than a decade of training, research, experience, and volunteering for child safety organizations.
Educate to Eliminate also offers Darkness To Light Stewards of Children® Child Sexual Abuse Prevention Training. Darkness to Light, Stewards of Children® is approved for two (2) contact hours of continuing education by The National Association of Social Workers.