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Department of Counselor Education


School Counselor Center Resource Catalog

 

Subject: Sexual Counseling

 

BOOKS

Title:  Reducing the Risk: Building Skills to Prevent Pregnancy, STD & HIV
Author 1: Barth, Richard P.
Author 2:
Publisher: ETR Associates
Date:  1989
Categories: Sexual Counseling, STD, AIDS
Format: Workbook
Call Number: S7206

Summary: Based on an educational model that combines cognitive and social skills training, Reducing the Risk involves students in role-play situations that simulate those they are likely to encounter outside the classroom.  The class activities and homework assignments prepare students to effectively manage situations that might lead to high risk behavior.  Throughout 17 well defined lessons, Reducing the Risk clearly emphasizes refusal statements, delay statements and alternative actions students can use to abstain or protect themselves from pregnancy and HIV.  (Comes with student workbooks and guide). 

(Grades 7-12)

  

Title:  Sexual Harassment Awareness Training
Author 1: Baridon, Andrea P.
Author 2: Eyler, David R.
Publisher: McGraw-Hill
Date:  1996
Categories: Sexual Counseling
Format: Activity Book
Call Number: S7207

Summary: More and more often, trainers are being asked to address the sensitive, difficult, and potentially explosive area of sexual harassment at work.  Now, for the first time, there's a book of training exercises exclusively devoted to promoting employee awareness, mutual understanding, respect, and harmony in the mixed-gender workplace.  Each of the 60 practical activities in this book represents a controlled learning event specifically designed to help employees develop insights into their feelings and behaviors as well as that of others, cultivate effective problem-solving strategies, and provide an outlet for constructive criticism.  Each activity contains a practical problem, a clearly stated objective, step-by-step procedures for running the exercise, discussion questions, and summary points that reinforce the relevance of the exercise. 

(Grades 7-12)

 

Title:  Confronting Sexual Harassment:  Learning Activities for Teens
Author 1: Sabella, Russell A.
Author 2: Myrick, Robert D.
Publisher: Educational Media Corporation
Date:  1995
Categories: Sexual Counseling
Format: Activity Book
Call Number: S7208

Summary: This book is designed to help teenagers develop positive personal relationships and to confront the troublesome area of sexual harassment.  Aimed at middle and high school students, this developmental guidance unit consists of six time-limited group sessions.  Students learn concepts and skills as they progress through the activities and are challenged to take more responsibility in creating a safe and productive school environment. 

(Grades 7-12)

 

Title:  It Happens to Boys Too...
Author 1: Satullo, Jane A.W.
Author 2: Russell, Roberta & Bradway, Pat
Publisher: Rape Crisis Center of Berkshire County, Inc.
Date:  1987
Categories: Sexual Counseling
Format: Text
Call Number: S7209

Summary: This book was written especially for boys with the help of men who, having first hand experience as both victims and offenders, consider themselves real experts in the field of child sexual abuse.  They share their stories in a way that will offer boys the comfort of knowing that they are not alone.  The purpose of this book is to educate boys, their parents, and their teachers about the realities of sexual abuse.  The format is designed so that the book can be read by boys and their parents or teachers together or separately. 

(Grades K-6)

 

Title:  Flirting or Hurting? (teachers guide accompanying video)
Author 1: Stein, Nan
Author 2: Sjostrom, Lisa
Publisher: National Education Association
Date:  1994
Categories: Sexual Counseling
Format: Text/Activities
Call Number: S7211

Summary: This teacher's guide will help prevent sexual harassment in schools, and have a lasting and profound effect.  It provides lessons where students are can be challenged to question broader social issues.  Core Lessons are provided in Chapter 3 and Supplemental Activities are provided in Chapter 4 to use if you have time.  Objectives, preparation, and a description of the actual lesson are provided. 

(Grades 6-12)

 

Title: Harassment in the Schools: What's Sex Got To Do With It?
Author 1: Stephenson, Sue Ph.D
Author 2: Melton, Brenda M.Ed., L.P.C
Publisher: American School Counselor Association
Date:
Categories: Sexual Counseling, Sexual Harassment
Format: Text
Call Number: S7213

Summary: Part of the ASCA professional development series.

 

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VIDEOS

Title:  Sex:  A Topic for Conversation (For Parents and Teenagers)
Author 1: Gordon, Sol
Author 2:
Publisher: Mondell Productions
Date:
Categories: Sexual Counseling, AIDS
Format: Video
Call Number: S7200

Summary: With the high rate of teenage pregnancy and sexually transmitted diseases, and the fear of AIDS, we must educate our children about sex, relationships and responsibility.  The main purpose of this program is to help parents and teachers feel more comfortable talking with children about sex.  (25 min.) 

(Grades 7-12)

  

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Title:  Sex:  A Topic for Conversation (For Parents of Young Children)
Author 1: Gordon, Sol
Author 2:
Publisher: Mondell Productions, Inc.
Date:
Categories: Sexual Counseling, AIDS
Format: Video
Call Number: S7201

Summary: With the high rate of teenage pregnancy and sexually transmitted diseases, and the fear of AIDS, we must educate our children about sex, relationships and responsibility.  The main purpose of this program is to help parents and teachers feel more comfortable talking with children about sex.  (25 min.) 

(Grades 7-12)

 

Title:  Sex:  A Topic for Conversation (For Teenagers)
Author 1: Gordon, Sol
Author 2:
Publisher: Mondell Productions
Date:
Categories: Sexual Counseling, AIDS
Format: Video
Call Number: S7202

Summary: With the high rate of teenage pregnancy and sexually transmitted diseases, and the fear of AIDS, we must educate our children about sex, relationships and responsibility.  The main purpose of this program is to help parents and teachers feel more comfortable talking with children about sex.  Furthermore, teenagers have a lot of unanswered questions about their own sexuality and relationships.  Answering these life questions should help them understand the consequences of their actions.  (25 min.) 

(Grades K-6)

 

Title:  Flirting or Hurting
Author 1:
Author 2:
Publisher: WGBY-TV
Date:  1997
Categories: Sexual Counseling
Format: video
Call Number: S7212

Summary: Whether you're a teacher, guidance counselor, or school administrator, the Flirting or Hurting video provides a safe and comfortable forum for discussing sexual harassment with your students.  Using a common sense approach, Flirting or Hurting helps students distinguish between harmless flirting and offensive behavior. (60 min.) 

(Grades 7-12)

 

Title: Don't Suffer in Silence: Sexual Harassment
Author 1:
Author 2:
Publisher: AIMS Multimedia
Date: 2003
Categories: Sexual Counseling, Sexual Harassment
Format: Video
Call Number: S7215A

Summary: When a group of students decide to make a video about sexual harassment, they encounter a female student who actually is being sexually harassed. They convince her to report the situation to a counselor. The counselor conducts a hearing, interviewing the targeted student as well as the harasser himself. Intertwined with the story are interviews of law enforcement and school officials who define what sexual harassment is, show how targeted students can empower themselves, and explain a range of consequences for students who harass others.

 

Title: Don't Suffer in Silence: Sexual Harassment
Author 1:
Author 2:
Publisher: AIMS Multimedia
Date: 2003
Categories: Sexual Counseling, Sexual Harassment
Format: Comprehensive Teachers' Lesson Plan
Call Number: S7215B

Summary: To be used with "Don't Suffer in Silence: Sexual Harassment" video.

  

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KITS

Title: No Excuses: Sexual Harassment
Author 1: Schloat, Anson W.
Author 2:Young, John
Publisher: Human Relations Media, Inc
Date: 1999
Categories: Sexual Counseling, Sexual Harassment
Format: Video & Teacher Resource Book
Call Number: S7214

Summary: This video helps students define and identify sexual harassment. Along with the resource book provides examples of sexual harassment and examples of how to deal with sexual harassment.

 

Title: The Teen Files: The Truth about Sex
Author 1: AIMS Multimedia
Author 2:
Publisher: AIMS Multimedia
Date: 2000
Categories: High School and Middle School Counseling, Relationships, Sex
Format: Video and Comprehensive Teachers' Lesson Plan
Call Number: S7216

Summary: This program supports Health & Guidance, Sex Education, Family Life, and Life Skills units on human growth and development, human sexuality and reproduction, behavioral choices, and STDs. With 20/20 clarity, it focuses on the realities of having sex too young, including unwanted pregnancies and STDs. Students' understanding of the relationship between unsafe behaviors and personal health is reinforced through real-world examples of several sexually active teenagers. (30 minutes)

 

Title: Dealing with Teen Dating Abuse: Matters of Choice
Author 1: Human Relations Media
Author 2:
Publisher: Human Relations Media
Date: 2004
Categories: Sexual Counseling, High and Middle School Counseling, Relationships
Format: Video and Teacher's Resource Book
Call Number: S7217

Summary: This video is a dramatic teaching tool for any teen dating abuse prevention program. The video chronicles the story of Megan and her boyfriend Matthew. As their romance deepens, Matthew monopolizes Megan's life, isolates her from her friends and activities, controls her clothing choices, criticizes her intelligence and eventually physically abuses her. At the same time, he repeatedly apologizes and proclaims his love. This video and print package is an excellent resource for starting dialogue about the important issue of teen dating abuse.

 

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