Our College educational assemblies offer students a sensible understanding of boundaries with people they know, hardly know or do not know at all; online and with in-person interactions.

College Dialogue Sessions:

  • Groups of 10 or more
  • 1 hour in length
  • Include Q & A
  • Re-frame lifestyle choices and transform carefree mindsets into value-based decision making.  


Why do college students need preventative education?

Students aged 18 to 24 report about 526,000 violent crimes each year, according to the Violent Victimization of College Students report. Of those, 128,000 involved a weapon or serious injury to the victim.


How accurate are statistics?

Fewer than 25% of campus crimes are reported to any authority due to embarrassment, lack of understanding about what constitutes a crime, or a feeling that the incident was the victim’s fault.

The solution is preventative education in the form of dialogue sessions that provide students with a right approach to real life challenges.


“Real Life” topics include:

  • Trust Your Gut                                                                           
  • That Will Never Happen To Me
  • I Will Be Happy When…
  • True Love or Convenience?
  • What Happens in College, Stays With You
  • Value vs Manipulation
  • One Night Stand or One Night Scam?
  • Signs of an Abusive Relationship
  • Stranger Attraction
  • Is Porn Ruining Your Relationship?
  • I’ll Stop When I Graduate
  • Who Do You Actually Know Online?
  • Good Looking Guy or Good Looking Trafficker?
  • True Love Isn’t A Myth
  • Redefine who a stranger is
  • Validate a “gut” feeling
  • Base decisions on feelings or solid facts


STOP ABDUCTION students will be trained with specially designed “STOP IT NOW” Break-Away moves which combine Martial Arts and Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu.  The Break-Away defense program is designed to educate students on how to break free from a person or a situation that may bring them harm.

  • Groups of 10 or more
  • 1 – 2 hours in length
  • Includes education on how to avoid being in a situation that would require a physical escape.