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Young People's Relationships Seminar from Choices


Choices are to host a Young People's Relationships Seminar providing insight and awareness into harmful signs within intimate teenage relationships.

Are you a professional working with young people in Dartford? Would you like to know more about how violence and abuse impacts intimate teenage relationships?

If so, Choices Young Person’s Outreach Service is proud to present a free event this coming July 2017. They will be holding a important conference which highlights the intimidating control and the coercive mistreatment that can occur within intimate teenage relationships.

The seminar will include an exclusive performance of ‘Tough Love’ from theatre company Alter Ego; and presentations from Choices’ Young Person’s Outreach Team detailing their services, as well as an introduction and exploration of their ‘Loves Me, Loves Me Not’ healthy relationship programme.

With thanks to Dartford Lions AND The Dartford Science and Technology College, this free event is being hosted at the college itself at Heath Lane, Dartford on 19th July 2017.

There will be TWO sessions being held, a morning and an afternoon, to provide awareness on this subject; 9:30am till midday or 1pm till 3:30pm.

The sentiment from Choices is that this is a worthwhile event to provide awareness on an important subject, and would welcome all working professionals to attend.

To find out more, or to book your place to this event, you can email Choices at .


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