Violence Prevention Programs

Domestic Violence Awareness Month 2020

Peer Education Prevention (P.E.P. Talks) Programs

Peer Education Prevention (P.E.P.) Talks is a 90 minute interactive workshop that encourages students to advocate for victim/survivors of gender-based violence. This workshop has been adapted to be fully online and is run through Zoom. Below you may register for a preexisting workshop or you can request a workshop for your student organization, class, or group.

Request a Violence Prevention Program

All violence prevention programs are designed to center the voices and experiences of victim/survivors. Our programming aims to create spaces that are affirming and supportive for victim/survivors not only on our campus, but in our communities as well. Below are the programs we currently offer. If you would like to request a workshop, please click your desired program icon and fill out the request form.

Reclaiming Consent 

Consent education has often been framed as the missing piece to ending gender-based violence, but what if we told you it wasn’t? Join us for a discussion that will challenge us all to think outside of traditional consent education and examine how we use consent on the daily. 

Workshop platform: Virtual 

Run time: 60 minutes 

Audience: Students 

Supporting Victims + Survivors 

Challenge yourself to reimagine a society that affirms victim/survivors and seeks healing and justice in all forms. During this workshop participants will learn tangible ways to support victim/survivors and reexamine what we think healing should look like. 

Workshop platform: Virtual 

Run time: 90 minutes 

Audience: Students, Staff, Faculty 

Identifying Red Flags

“Why don’t you just break up with them?” 

We hear this phrase all too often, and we know it is a question that overlooks the complexities of relationship violence. During this workshop, we will unpack the dynamics of relationship violence and debunk prevalent myths that harm victim/survivors. 

Workshop platform: Virtual 

Run time: 90 minutes 

Audience: Students 

Leading with Empathy

As mandatory reporters we have an obligation to fulfill, but how do we still provide support to students during this process? We will examine ways to be affirming to victim/survivors during and after a disclosure while still upholding your reporting expectations. 

Workshop platform: Virtual 

Run time: 60 minutes 

Audience: Staff, faculty