What’s NEW with Coaching Boys Into Men [Podcast]

July 11, 2022

For over 20 years, Coaching Boys Into Men (CBIM) has been utilizing the unique bond between coaches and their athletes to encourage open and honest discussions about healthy relationships and standing up for respect.  Recently, CBIM introduced a series of advanced tools kits for coaches to encourage ongoing skill development and multi-year implementation.

The advanced tool kits include:

  • Creating Healthy Team Environments for LGBTQ+ Athletes
  • Coaching Practices to Address Racism in Sports
  • Coaching Consent and Boundaries
  • Coaching Healthy Conflict, Breakups, and Rejection
  • Survivor-Centered Approaches to Discussing Sexual Assault
  • And a Guide to Leveraging CBIM Peer Leaders


Jesse Mahler, part of the Public Education Team with Futures Without Violence, discusses the new tool kits and a new initiative that integrates mental health & wellness content into CBIM through training and the curriculum that launches this August