The collaborative effort of developing Probation Opportunity Programs, ' Consciously Pause', the approach to an alternative, Latent Impulsive Thinking, and ASATEAM is an on-going united goal of experts and professionals with the experience, training, and education in each associated specialty. Professional membership has always been maintained in good standing with several national governing boards and associations affiliated with the Judicial system. Our pioneering work with the Courts, honest demeanor and sincere intent, along with efforts and work ethic, have us recognized as a credible and respected addiction and co-occurring criminal behaviors Counselor on Record in civil, family, and criminal Courts for over two decades, including most counties in Southern California, and on the Federal Court level. Mr. Izenstark gives the lectures, seminars, and workshops to high schools and colleges throughout Southern California, University Medical Residents and Interns, the staff at leading hospitals and institutions, Veterans Administration, Religious Organizations, Non-Profits, and other types of group settings. He is most requested for his knowledge and effective communication skills with the topics of addictive thinking and impulsive behavior, Civil Rights of all students, Domestic Violence and Abuse, Sexual Assault and Harassment, and Title IX.
THROUGH A SERIES OF TOPICAL, AND INTERPERSONAL, EDUCATIONAL SEMINARS, WORKSHOPS, CLASSROOM LECTURES, AND CONTINUAL SUPPORT, THE ALLIANCE OF ENTITIES LISTED IN THIS WEBSITE, WITH THE UNITED PURPOSE TO EDUCATE AND INFORM BY TRUTHFUL AND RELEVANT INFORMATION WHILE LENDING INSIGHTFUL AND ENGAGING SUBJECT MATTER TO EACH INDIVIDUAL PARTICIPANT'S THINKING, COMMUNICATION, AND BEHAVIOR. THE GOAL OF RESULTS THAT STIMULATE INTROSPECTIVE AND CONSCIOUS THOUGHT, PROMOTE EFFECTIVE DIALOGUE AND UNDERSTANDING AND INSPIRE MOTIVATIONAL AND EMPATHETIC BEHAVIORS.
Due to the similar and overwhelming statistics regardless of the source, sexual harassment, sexual abuse, and sexual assault are a qualitative domestic issue. There are major commonalities of these offenses which we discuss in both topics starting with correcting the severe lack of understanding of the actual terms and definitions. We converse about the legitimate concerns regarding the protocol and subjectivity of law enforcement and prosecutors (We include Title IX), which is the primary cause a staggering majority of victim's refuse to report. We discuss the expertise and sincere intent of the survivors organized in assisting other victims and as the proponents of victims rights. We bring up the harm in not reporting as these acts are rarely isolated or random, and in all likelihood cannot be corrected without extensive help and will repeat. We go over the personality categories and signals of a perpetrator. We encourage a conversation about victim emotions and states of being with guilt, blame, shame, anger, etc. We involve the participants in communicating their personal beliefs and perception of social norms. We emphasize the destructive collateral effect, how to possibly protect one's self prior, and how to care for oneself or another properly, and immediately thereafter. We discuss the multiple choices and agencies available for the victim and proper methods of proceeding. We engage participants in regards to post-traumatic effects. We are adamant in our pleas for those who have perpetrated or feel they could, to get assistance, We are generally booked two years in advance every April (SAAM), and October (DVAM), and due to the subject matter, as all our subject matter, we will always include in our handouts a contact list for additional (confidential) assistance.
In a truthful, non-judgemental forum, We present chemical substances as symptomatic to behavioral issues that can be problematic onto themselves. We create a conversation with participants about their personal use and beliefs. Discussed is the law, proper terminology and myths. We include the categories of all behaviors and the points of concern where any behavior can be destructive. Explained are the disease model, genetics, CNS and neurochemistry, and environmental influences. We all participate in a well-received exercise that exposes their most glaring individual external and internal triggers. We engage participants with the ethics of personal rights and responsibilities, the effects on children, family and society, the moral dilemma of government and societal roles, and better solutions.
Steve Izenstark is a professional in educational seminars specializing in impulsive behavior, addictive thinking, student civil rights, sexual and domestic harassment and violence. All persons are entitled and deserving of the exact same rights and decency as expected for ourselves.
All participants receive an outline to follow with accompanying handouts. We will discuss prior to seminars any specific focus points to include for each distinct group. Due to the subject matter, our participants also receive a listing of resources and contact information to assist with (confidentially) any type of request for necessary additional help.
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The Office for Civil Rights (OCR) enforces several Civil Rights laws that prohibit discrimination based on race, color, national origin, sex, disability, and age in programs or activities that receive federal financial assistance from The Department of Education (ED). We literally wrote a handbook.
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