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3 in 30: Identifying Digital Dating Abuse

The next event in ETR’s 3 in 30 Series is here! Get 3 actionable tips in a 30-minute chat with guest experts.


Now Available for Free and On-Demand

Digital dating abuse involves using texting, social media, or other technologies to bully, harass, stalk, or intimidate your partner — and it’s becoming more common. However, only 33% of teens who were in an abusive relationship ever told anyone about the abuse.* So what can adults do to stop this pattern and identify digital dating abuse?

Join Brea Kaye (Engagement Manager, One Love Foundation), Kaleigh Cornelison (Adolescent Health Educator), and Azzia Roberts from ETR’s Youth Engagement Network to discuss how to identify and address digital dating abuse.

Learn 3 actionable tips in 30 minutes to use in your role as an educator, public health professional, or clinical staff member. 

Register below to receive on-demand access to the recording and follow-up resources from this event.

Learn more about ETR's 3 in 30 Series here.

*Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice and Statistics, Intimate Partner Violence in the United States, 1993-2004. Dec. 2006.

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