You’ve Got a Friend (How to Support a Survivor)
This workshop will discuss sexual violence dynamics, the body’s response to trauma, sexual violence misconceptions (rape myths), and the university response to sexual violence. We recognize that a survivor needs to experience a compassionate and non-judgmental response upon their disclosure that avoids any comments that can be interpreted as victim-blaming. This workshop will teach skills to create a caring and supportive environment for survivors.
Sexual Assault: Creating a Community of Care
This workshop/training provides trauma-informed, survivor-centered information about the psychological and social impact of violence on individuals. It identifies common response patterns of the community and how to change our responses so that we consider the impact. It is intended to help the audience understand the varying responses of survivors so that we can create a community of care.
Creating a Meaningful Relationship through Trauma-Informed Listening
This workshop will provide skills in listening and communication that are sensitive to a trauma-informed approach to survivor response. It will identify those factors that contribute to having a meaningful, helping relationship. The workshop is intended for faculty, staff, and organizational leaders.