With all the recent media attention on high profile celebrities and their sex lives, how are today’s college students dealing with all the unhealthy sexual culture? How do they decide what is “okay” and what is “not okay” to do with a partner intimately? On Monday, April 16 at 10 to 11 am and again at 11 a.m. to noon at the Coon Rapids Campus Legacy Rm SC270, Anoka-Ramsey counselors are hosting nationally renowned author and expert, Mike Domitrz, to share keys to handling intimacy.
Known for his blunt, thought-provoking and entertaining approach to this sensitive issue, Domitrz reveals three life-changing approaches most students and parents have never heard. Parents praise Domitrz for how he presents an old issue with a refreshing viewpoint to provide students and their parent real solutions. Students love how Domitrz uses both humor and honest emotion to provide skills students can instantly implement into their own lives.
Domitrz’s critically-acclaimed book, May I Kiss You? is used as a model by people of all ages around the world. His DVD Help! My Teen Is Dating is endorsed by educators, parents and professionals around the world. Domitrz is often utilized as a media expert for television and radio programs.
For more information about this presentation, contact Anoka-Ramsey Counselor, MaryAnn Larios at 763-433-1319. To learn more about Domitrz, visit www.DateSafeProject.org.
This presentation is part of a larger Green Dot initiative by college counselors at Anoka-Ramsey Community College. Green Dot is a prevention program focused on empowering bystanders to become active members in reducing power-based personal violence (PBPV) where they live, work and attend school. For more information about the Green Dot Program, visit AnokaRamsey.edu/resources/Counseling/GreenDot/LearnMoreGreenDot.aspx.
Anoka-Ramsey Community College counselors invite the public to a presentation by nationally-renowned author and expert, Mike Domitrz (shown), as he shares the keys to handling intimacy to high school and college students, Monday, April 16 at 10 to 11 a.m. and again at 11 a.m. to noon at the Coon Rapids Campus Legacy Rm SC270.