This 1-hour workshop where we will discuss the following topics: definition of terms related within relationships, the signs of healthy vs unhealthy relationships, statistics, effects of social media on relationships, communication tips, and resources that are available for students. This presentation will give the students a better understanding of what a healthy relationship looks like and ways to identify the “reg flags” of an unhealthy relationship.
Peer Body Project
This intervention consists of verbal, written, and behavioral exercises in which participants voluntarily critique the beauty ideal promoted for females during one hour sessions over the course of four weeks. These activities have been shown to result in decreased subscription to the “appearance ideal” and reductions in body dissatisfaction, negative mood, dieting, and eating disorder symptoms, as well as decreased risk for future eating disorders and improved psychosocial functioning when delivered by research clinicians. The topics that will be discussed and addressed in this workshop are the following: defining the appearance ideal and exploring its origin, ways to resist pressures to conform to unrealistic expectations of beauty, discuss how to challenge personal body-related concerns, learn new ways to talk more positively about body appearance, and discuss how to response to future pressures to conforming to societal standards of beauty.
Health at Every Size
Health at Every Size (HAES) is an intervention which supports individuals in adopting healthy habits for the sake of their health and wellbeing rather than putting emphasis on weight control. This is done by encouraging eating habits that are flexible but balanced with nutritional needs and pleasure needs of foods, finding joy in moving and becoming physically active, and accepting the natural diversity of body sizes and shapes. This intervention has three different workshops: one with the whole overview of HAES, another one with an emphasis on size acceptance, and the last one with an emphasis on developing a healthy relationship with food and exercise.
Alcohol and Other Drugs
AOD Bystander Intervention is a risk reduction training program which teaches the students about safe substance use skills. Within this workshop, the students will learn about the definition of alcohol and the effects it has on the body, definition of BAC, standards of drinking different substances, multiple harm reduction strategies, brief discussion of bystander intervention and overdose, and the amnesty policy.
Mental Health/Stress Management
The purpose of this program is to educate students about mental health and provide them with resources they can use during their college years. This program ideally raises awareness about mental health, reduces stigma around this topic, and promotes help-seeking behaviors as well as well-being practices. One of the main mental health concerns when it comes to students is stress therefore they will also be given tips and tricks to manage stress and practice healthy habits to reduce stress.
The sexual and reproductive health training is an outreach program that provides medically accurate and comprehensive information to students covering many aspects of sexual and reproductive health. Within this training, the following topics will be discussed: terminology relating to sex and gender, anatomy and terminology of sex organs, sexual behavior, STDs, prophylaxis, medical health, sexual violence, consent, substance use, and pro -social behavior.
Sexual Assault Bystander Intervention
This is a training that will cover definitions related to sexual violence, Georgia law regarding sex crimes, and discussions about consent. Students will also be presented with an explanation of the bystander effect, safe ways to intervene, and free resources that are available to all students.
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Last updated: 9/15/2022