The Men's Program is a unique, all-male peer education program conceptualized, developed, implemented and practiced by the author. This program is designed to educate young men (college and high school aged) on how to lower the likelihood of committing rape themselves, further educate their peers in the hope of preventing rape, and also give them advice on how to comfort a friend who comes to them after being raped. This book is the central piece of the program, and is necessary for all peer educators who wish to implement and run a program. The text contains a detailed script for how to run a program, and a training course and recruiting information for new peer educators. A variety of handouts and worksheets are provided, for both peer educators and participants. A supplemental videotape is available for separate purchase through NOMORE, INC., a non-profit organization devoted to the improvement of The Men's Program.
Table of Contents
Introduction; What Is The Men's Program?; Presenting - The Men's Program. A Training Course for Peer Educators; Recruiting Men to Be Peer Educators; Advice for Peer Educators from Men Who Have Been There; Resources for Advisors and Sample - One in Four Constitution; Appendices.
John D. Foubert, Ph.D., is Assistant Professor of Higher Education, School of Education, The College of William and Mary. Dr. Foubert is also President and Founder of NO MORE, Inc.