Clothesline ProjectApril 15th, 2014
Tomorrow the Sexual Assault Education and Prevention Program (SAEPP) is hosting The Clothesline Project from 11:00am-2:00pm in the Trimble Lounge of the Student Union. The Clothesline Project is a way for survivors of sexual assault to tell their story. Survivors decorate t-shirts to express themselves after their assault and the t-shirts will be displayed for others to view. This serves as a way to educate students about sexual assault, a healing tool for survivors, as well as a way for people to understand they are not alone. The Clothesline Project started in 1990 in Massachusetts and has become a national campaign. The University of Toledo has hosted Clothesline Project displays on campus in both the fall and spring to bring awareness to the issue of sexual assault and offer survivors a way to express themselves.
Please join us at the Student Union in the Trimble Lounge
Wednesday, April 16, 2014 from 11:00-2:00pm for this event!
Stanley Edwards is a licensed Clinical Psychologist and has been the Director of the University of Toledo Counseling Center since August 10, 2010. Dr. Edwards has an extensive background treating individuals presenting with depression, anxiety, bi-polar disorder, personality disorders, and schizophrenia, as well as various other mental health disorders. Dr. Edwards has provided treatment for children and adults in community mental health centers, private practice settings, and at the University of Toledo. Dr. Edwards firmly believes that each of us can benefit from the wise counsel of others who care.
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