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Our mission is to prevent suicide and ensure the healthy development of all youth through powerful communication and education on gender and orientation.

I learned that just because you are a girl does not mean you can’t do what boys can do.

4th Grade Student

Early Childhood

Children as young as four years old use phrases such as “boys don’t cry,” or “that’s so gay,” and ask questions like, “Why does Maria have two mommies?” Early childhood educators have not received training on know how to respond in an age-appropriate manner, or how to speak powerfully about these topics with colleagues and parents in a way that includes all points of view.

Communication Solutions™

How do you react when someone suggests you are “wrong”? What do you do when family, friends, or colleagues try to force their opinions and beliefs on you?

Two well-worn, familiar paths exist: fight back, or retreat.

Come join us for a course unlike any other! In our two-day Communication Solutions™ course, you will discover a new path—one that leads to powerful, authentic relationships—even when people strongly disagree.

A Communication Called “Bullying”

This course examines the phenomenon of “bullying” through the lens of communication. Children who are bullied are more likely to drop out of school, have lower academic achievement, and are at greater risk of experiencing anxiety, depression, and suicidal ideology—effects that can persist into adulthood. Children who report using bullying behaviors are over three times as likely to have multiple criminal convictions by their early twenties.