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Susan Stone and Kristina Supler have experience hosting engaging and informative talks on a wide range of topics at conferences and events around the country. Their mission is to help parents, educators and those connected to academia understand the unique risks posed to young people today. Susan and Kristina draw on their experience as Certified Positive Discipline Educators to give parents the tools to better communicate with their children about how to succeed socially and academically in their higher education careers. 

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Topics Include:

  • Consent 
  • Drug & Alcohol Abuse  
  • Hazing
  • How to Interface with Police
  • How to Respond to Criminal Investigations
  • Protecting & Preparing Your Student for Success
  • Red Zone 
  • Sexual Assault 
  • Sexual Harassment 
  • Special Education 
  • Student Discipline K-12
  • The Title IX Process 
  • Understanding Due Process on Campus
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Selected Speaking Engagements
  • The Juvenile, Criminal, and Civil Court Systems: What Teens & Young Adults Should Know
    – T2 Honors Academy
  • Title IX – What You Need to Know When Representing Students Involved in Sexual Assault Cases On and Off Campus
    – The Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Association
  • Psychology & The Law in the Time of Dobbs
    – The Ohio Psychological Association
  • Their Future Depends on You: Protecting & Preparing Your Student for Success
    – The Country Club in Pepper Pike, Ohio
  • Educational Law: Considerations You Should Know
    – Cleveland Clinic Children’s Hospital Pediatric Social Work Dept. and the Division of Developmental Pediatrics
  • Help! My kids is getting in trouble at school and with the law. What do I do?
    – State Support Team Region 2’s Virtual Transition Fair 
  • Healthy Sex Lives in College: How to Deal with Impulsivity
    – The 2020 Virtual International Conference on ADHD 
  • Title IX: What Due Process Looks Like Now
    – National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers 
  • Consent When the Bee Stings
    – Indiana University 
  • Avoiding Title IX Allegations During Internships
    – Kent State University 
  • College Concerns: Helping Students with ASD Navigate Campus Discipline Issues
    – 2019 Milestones National Autism Conference 
  • Parallel Proceedings in Sexual Assault Cases
    – National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers 
  • How #MeToo and Title IX have Changed Campus Culture
    – Meritas 
  • Forum on Higher Education: Crisis on Campus
    – The National Coalition for Men Carolinas 
  • Handling the School Investigative Process
    – Fourth Annual Symposium on Representing Students Accused of Sexual Assault 
  • Restorative Justice – A Better Alternative to the Title IX Hearing Process
    – Title IX ExecuSummit 
Media Appearances
  • “Former LSU Football Player Sues University Over his Suspension, Claims Rights Violated”
    – USA Today
  • “LSU Player Files Complaint after Year-Long Suspension for Title IX Violation”
  • “Has ‘MeToo’ Gone Too Far?”
    – Law & Crime Network
  • “Red Zone: First Weeks of College Most Dangerous for Sexual Assault”
    – Fox 8 News
  • “What We Know About the UNC’s Women’s Basketball Team Controversy”
  • “Why the Baylor Rape Case Plea isn’t All that Surprising to Lawyers”
  • “Urban Meyer Suspensions”
    – 97.1 The Fan Sports Radio
Sample Presentations
  • 10 Things To Never Do If Your Child is Facing Juvenile Criminal Charges
  • Preparing Your Child on the Spectrum for College
  • Positive Discipline, It Really Is a Good Thing
  • Danger Online: How to Talk to Your Child about Internet Safety
  • Don’t Rush In to Hooking Up: How to Avoid Sexual Assault in College in a Hook-Up Culture
  • Title IX versus Student Misconduct: How Colleges Handle Sexual Assault Allegations On Campus and Abroad
  • Defending Disabled Grade School Aged Students at Manifestation Determination Hearings and Suspension/Expulsion Appeals
  • Navigating Cancel Culture and Reputation Management for Teens and College Aged Students
  • The Interplay Between Content Removal and Defending Students Involved in Title IX Investigations
  • How to Manage Parallel Criminal Investigations and Campus Sexual Assault/Title IX Cases
  • What’s Happening in High School Student Discipline Today: Looking at Everything from Vapes to Cyber Threats
  • Understanding Research Misconduct
  • Restorative Justice as an Alternative to Traditional Discipline
  • From Blackouts, Brownouts to Just Plain Drunk – Do these Distinctions Really Matter in Campus Misconduct Cases?
  • How Two Mothers Formed a Student Defense Practice
  • Why Cell Phones Kill Reputations and Can Provide a Defense to a Case



ADHD Conference

09 DEC 2021

Reputation Management & Your Business: Navigating Cancel Culture in the Corporate World

ADHD Conference

19 NOV 2021

A Comparative Analysis Between Sexual Assault Allegations on Campus and in Court

ADHD Conference

7 NOV 2020

Healthy Sex Lives in College: How to Deal with Impulsivity

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05 NOV 2020

Yes, Your Kid

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27 MAY 2020

TItle IX: What Due Process looks like Now

Indiana University

26 MAR 2020

Consent When the Bee Stings


19 MAR 2020

Avoiding TItle IX Allegations During Internships; Coronavirus

“My favorite session by far was the Understanding Sexuality and ASD: Considerations for College Students on the Autism Spectrum. I thought the presenters were outstanding and covered a significant range and depth of topics that I had never thought about before. What a fantastic presentation.”

– On Susan & Kristina’s 2022 ATIXA Speaking Engagement