Preventing Inappropriate Behavior Workshop

Preventing Inappropriate Behavior Workshop

Image result for the community college allianceOn July 10, there will be a workshop held at Norco College called “Preventing Inappropriate Behavior,” sponsored by Alliant and the Community College Alliance. This presentation will provide information that will be resourceful to community colleges dealing with unique threats in the digital age.

On today’s college campuses, with the emergence of social networking, inappropriate expression of anger, desire and the use of manipulation are presenting challenges that place students and faculty at risk for violating boundaries. ¬†Participants will learn about these unique threats and leave with tools for maintaining healthy relationships in this digital age at community colleges. This workshop will be presented on by California School of Forensic Studies professor of psychology Glenn Lipson, Ph.D. and Karla M. Rhay, Ph.D..

Dr. Rhay has an extensive background in public risk and employee benefits and is often sought statewide for consultative services and to participate on a variety of panels and workshops. Dr. Rhay is adjunct faculty for the UCR Extension Education Program where she teaches school law and risk management for the Chief Business Official certification program. She attended Pepperdine University where she earned her graduate degree in educational leadership and holds a doctorate degree in education from USC.

Dr. Lipson is a forensic and clinical psychologist and has consulted with schools for over two decades in employment matters, in violence prevention, work place harassment and bullying. As a retained expert in civil, employment and abuse litigation he consults, mediates and is an expert witness. He completed a Menninger Post Doctoral fellowship and has attained a diploma in forensic psychology from the American Board of Professional Psychology.

Event Details


Norco College, 2001 Third Street, Norco, CA 92860. Room 217


Registration and continental breakfast: 8:30 a.m.

Event: 9:00 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.


$5 parking permit required for all vehicles.