Relationship Skills Class Curriculum

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This six-week curriculum provides resources for starting and running an LGBTQ relationship skills class. The curriculum includes background material, facilitator instructions, handouts, powerpoints, and a resource CD, and covers topics such as values, boundaries, conflict, and more.

The RSC curriculum offers step-by-step guidance and tools for LGBTQ communities and allies to build healthy relationship skills. Each session in the six-week series explores a different topic: anti-oppression and values, expectations and negotiation, accountability, boundaries, conflict, and community connections. Content originates from the experiences and knowledge of a survivor support group.

RSC curriculum is available for purchase from the Northwest Network.

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