Safe@Weber Workshops

Safe@Weber All in One Workshop

Don’t have time to participate in all of Safe@Weber’s workshops? Don’t worry, this condensed workshop explores healthy relationships, boundaries, consent, sexual and relationship violence dynamics, risk reduction, bystander intervention, and supporting survivors.

  • 50 or 90 minutes
  • 2 week notice

Healthy Relationships and How to Make your Relationship even Better

This workshop will help participants improve communication skills, effectively set boundaries, and better handle anger, unmet expectations, and criticism within their relationships. Resources for survivors and their support systems to be covered.

  • 50 or 90 minutes
  • 2 week notice

Creating Healthy Boundaries

All of us struggle with issues of closeness and distance in relationships, and often we don’t get a lot of direction on establishing and maintaining healthy boundaries. This workshop teaches participants about healthy boundaries, how to create them, and maintain them. Resources for survivors and their support systems to be covered.

  • 50 or 90 minutes
  • 2 week notice

Got Consent?

What can we all do to ensure that all sexual intimacy is mutual, un-coerced and consenting? This workshop outlines the ins and outs of consent, and gives students tools to build their healthy consent-filled sexual communication skills. Resources for survivors and their support systems to be covered.

  • 50 or 90 minutes
  • 2 week notice

Trauma and Supporting Survivors

Do you know how to respond if someone tells you they are a survivor or that they have been assaulted? This presentation will outline the ways that trauma effects the body and mind, key principles for trauma-informed support for survivors, examines common reactions/practices that can be re-traumatizing to survivors, and explores resources for survivors and their support systems.

  • 50 or 90 minutes
  • 2 week notice

A Discussion on Sexual Harassment

This workshop encourages participants to engage in conversations about sexual harassment and the severity of this often trivialized form of sexual violence. The workshop offers a chance to better understand the complexity of sexual harassment, as well as its prevalence in contemporary American society. Resources for survivors and their support systems to be covered.

  • 50 or 90 minutes
  • 2 week notice

A Discussion on Sexual Assault

This workshop allows for an open forum on the topic of sexual assault. Participants are encouraged to voice their views and concerns on the subject, and engage in activities in order to understand sexual assault. Resources for survivors and their support systems to be covered.

  • 50 or 90 minutes
  • 2 week notice

A Discussion on Stalking

This workshop gives participants an opportunity to talk and learn about stalking. Participants will explore common stalker profiles, common tactics used by stalkers, and resources, safety planning, and response tools. Resources for survivors and their support systems to be covered.

  • 50 or 90 minutes
  • 2 week notice

A Discussion on Intimate Partner Violence

This workshop gives participants an opportunity to talk and learn about Intimate Partner violence. Participants will explore causes of this type of violence, as well as common tactics used by abusive partners, including stalking. Resources for survivors and their support systems to be covered.

  • 50 or 90 minutes
  • 2 week notice

Constructing Women--Socialization and Violence

Considering that more than 90% of survivors of sexual violence are women, it's time we take a more critical look at how we've been taught to view and value women. Constructing Women engages participants to draw upon their own experiences and socialization to rethink how women can and should be understood, depicted, and treated in our daily lives. This workshop is guaranteed to give participants tools for making change in their own lives and communities. Resources for survivors and their support systems to be covered.

  • 50 or 90 minutes
  • 2 week notice

Constructing Men--Building Positive Masculinity

The time has come for a more inclusive, non-violent, loving, and positive masculinity. Traditional understandings of masculinity restrict men to tiny boxes that not only hurt those around us but keep us from fully realizing ourselves as men. This program engages men in a critical reevaluation of their masculinity in hopes of changing the role that masculinity plays in our lives, leading men in a groundbreaking change with powerful implications for our communities. Resources for survivors and their support systems to be covered.

  • 50 or 90 minutes
  • 2 week notice

Connect the Dots--Intersections of Violence & Discrimination

This workshop provides an opportunity to more deliberately delve into conversations about the intersections between oppressions and gives audience members tools to use to challenge all forms of discrimination and oppression. Resources for survivors and their support systems to be covered.

  • 50 or 90 minutes
  • 2 week notice

It starts with you--Bystander Intervention

How many times have you witnessed something that just doesn't feel right, but you don’t really know what to do about it? Most of us say we would step in to help a friend or to stop someone from being hurt, but do we know how to do that? Be empowered with the knowledge and skills to effectively assist in the prevention of violence. This workshop will answer these questions and will leave participants knowing what they can do to help stop violence before it occurs. Resources for survivors and their support systems to be covered.

  • 50 or 90 minutes
  • 2 week notice

Risk Reduction

Do you ever wonder how you can decrease your chance of experiencing or perpetrating sexual or relationship violence? This workshop will teach participants what they can do to reduce their risk of violence.

  • 50 minutes
  • 2 week notice

Know your Rights

Have you heard of Title IX, or the Clery Act? These laws protects all students from discrimination, sexual assault, stalking, domestic violence, and dating violence, and outline how universities are supposed to respond to violence on their campuses? Participants will learn about their rights under these laws, as well as learn about victims’ rights in Utah.

Screening for Domestic Violence for Students going into Health Care Professions

This workshop provides an overview of domestic violence (DV) dynamics, trauma, screening for DV, and providing resources and referrals to victims of violence.

Customized Trainings

Are you looking for a training for your class, organization, club, or group of friends? Safe@Weber provides educational programming, trainings, and workshops throughout the year addressing violence issues including sexual assault, partner or domestic violence, harassment, and stalking. You can work with the Safe@Weber staff to create a workshop or presentation that best fits your needs or those of your class/organization.

  • 50 or 90 minutes
  • 2 week notice

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