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5 Steps to Continually Improving Campus Prevention Efforts: Part 2
ATIXA has, at times, issued position statements when we see an unhealthy direction in the field in the hope that our position can offer some level of correction. ATIXA issues this position statement to reiterate the value of being trauma-informed in our sexual misconduct interview techniques, but encourages our members and the field to avoid the use of information on the neurobiology of trauma to substitute for evidence.
We are on the trauma learning curve and need to be cautious of making premature conclusions. We need to wait for this body of knowledge to mature and ripen. Perhaps the effective tools of measurement have not been invented yet. Regardless, for now, we need to aim to implement reputable trauma-informed investigation and interviewing practices and techniques. Click here or below to read the full statement from ATIXA.
We hear from you each and every day regarding your uncertainty surrounding the proposed regulations. When are they going to be finalized? What will be included? How can we prepare now? In order to best serve our conference body to engage in meaningful dialogue this fall, we are offering a special promotion to those who will be joining us in Philadelphia for our East Coast Annual Conference or Napa Valley for our West Coast Annual Conference.
We have curated ATIXA’s most recent thought leadership and content to same-page you as we look to get the most out of our professional development experiences together. Please note that no substitutions or exceptions will be made for prior registrants or for different inclusions.