This workshop is tailored to each audience to help them better understand and prevent sexual harassment and sexual violence. It may include realistic sexual harassment scenarios about how to identify and analyze sexual harassment and sexual violence and discussions about appropriate responses and potential remedial actions.
Review of the definitions of sexual assault and related topics, social norms which contribute to violence, bystander intervention, consent, confidential campus and community resources, trauma informed clinical care, how a trauma history presents in a clinical setting, reporting options. Presentation can be adapted for audience.
How to support a safe campus environment, social norms that contribute to interpersonal violence, how it presents in a clinical setting, trauma informed clinical care, reporting mandates for clinicians and reporting options. Presentation can be adapted for audience.
This workshop is tailored to each audience to help them better understand their responsibilities for promoting respect and in preventing discrimination, harassment, and bullying in the workplace as outlined by University’s policies.
Many of those we serve have been impacted by trauma. How can we ensure that the services we provide are trauma informed?