In the Workplace
TAB is a means of transforming the workplace to a norm in which harm doing is not acceptable. Active bystandership leads to more positive interactions among people, creates an improved workplace atmosphere where all employees feel safe, and contributes to workplace productivity.
In Businesses and Corporations
TAB addresses issues of harassment and bullying, creating a safer, more productive workplace.
Presented are elements of the 6-lesson curriculum, the scholarship behind TAB, and implementation.
In Higher Education
TAB has been taught to undergraduates, graduate students, administrators and professors at Brandeis University, Wellesley College, MIT and Mt. Holyoke College, and in community colleges.
The 6-lesson curriculum is available in Spanish. In Prison and Jail TAB has been taught at the Massachusetts Correctional Institute in Norfolk to 70 members of the Lifers’ Group and at the Franklin County (MA) House of Corrections to 60 inmates transitioning back to the community.
Substance Abuse Prevention
TAB has always addressed substance abuse as a form of harm doing. Each of the 6 units offers opportunities to analyze the problem. The substance abuse prevention element is integrated into the TAB training for trainers curriculum. The subject is nearly always raised by the trainees.