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Alcohol, Tobacco and Other Drugs

Contact us for a customized program on alcohol or other drugs. We’ll work with you to develop a program that best fits your needs. Some examples of interactive presentations in the past include:
  • Consequences
  • Getting help when someone has alcohol poisoning
  • Policies
  • Safe party tips
  • Everything you want to know about Hookah
  • How Purdue addresses alcohol
  • Smoking cessation

General Wellness

After individuals briefly identify personal barriers to sleep, simple strategies for getting quality sleep will be discussed. Relaxation exercises such as breathing techniques and guided imagery are included.
Presenter: Vacant
Request this ProgramTime: 30 - 60 Minutes
Briefly explore the types, signs, and effects of stress; identify personal coping styles using a variety of activities. Focus will be on relaxation (including progressive muscle relaxation and laughter), so be ready to relax and have fun!
Presenter: Vacant
Request this ProgramTime: 30 - 60 Minutes

Nutrition

Prevent weight gain in college and for the rest of your life! Discover simple strategies for successful healthy weight loss and control through diet and exercise. This program contains information that you've always wanted to know about controlling your weight!.
Presenter: Michelle Singleton
Request this ProgramTime: 60 Minutes
What are some of the warning signs that someone has an eating disorder? What are some ways to improve body image? Discuss ways to improve self-esteem and body image and avoid the destructive behavior which causes people to hate their bodies.
Presenter: Michelle Singleton
Request this ProgramTime: 60 Minutes
Learn how to improve your athletic performance with good nutrition. Discuss foods, beverages and eating patterns which supply maximum energy and endurance. Learn facts about weight control, building muscle, and eating healthy through moderation, variety, and flexibility.
Presenter: Michelle Singleton
Request this ProgramTime: 60 Minutes
Invite a dietitian to dine with students. During the meal, students can ask the dietitian nutrition questions and discuss challenges to eating healthy. It is not a program meant to critique students’ dining choices. This program is intended for a small group of no more than 10 people.
Presenter: Michelle Singleton
Request this ProgramTime: 60 Minutes
Learn how stress and diet are connected. Discuss how to recognize and manage emotional eating. Explore specific nutrients that are helpful in times of stress.
Presenter: Michelle Singleton
Request this ProgramTime: 60 Minutes
Want to learn how to make good choices while on the go? What about some healthy snacks for studying? Learn how to choose the best foods for health while leading a busy life. This program discusses snacking, fast food and restaurants, healthy product alternatives, and more!
Presenter: Michelle Singleton
Request this ProgramTime: 60 Minutes

Sexual Health

Pills and diaphragms and condoms, oh my! Learn about the different forms of birth control available, including each method’s effectiveness, cost, and risks and benefits. Examples of different methods are passed around for participants to examine.
Presenter: Chico Jensen
Request this ProgramTime: 1 - 1.5 hours
You don’t want another lecture. Learn about safer sex the fun way! Safer Sex Bingo covers common STDs, Birth control methods and healthy relationship concepts in a fun, interactive game. No computer equipment is required for this presentation. Includes condom demonstration activity and Q & A.
Presenter: Chico Jensen
Request this ProgramTime: 1 - 1.5 hours
Learn your sexual health facts the fun way! Our fantastic “Sex Jeopardy!” program features an authentic game show feel, utilizing Equipment manufactured by the producers of the popular television game show. Complete with Daily Doubles, Double Jeopardy rounds, and real handheld electronic buzzers, Sex Jeopardy! Is always a hit with participants divided into teams, testing their knowledge in sexual health categories like “Creepy Critters”, “Avoid the Stork”, and “It’s Complicated”. This program requires provision of a large viewing monitor with standard A/V hookups available on-site.
Presenter: Chico Jensen
Request this ProgramTime: 1.5 - 2 hours
Learn about what counts as sex, risk behaviors of college students, and ways to reduce risk. This program presents positive steps students can take to reduce their risk of STIs and unplanned pregnancy, whether that means abstinence or safer sex. Learn about the effectiveness and cost of condoms, and explore the different styles, brands, and materials. A fun, interactive exercise with the audience is used to demonstrate proper condom use.
Presenter: Chico Jensen
Request this ProgramTime: 30 - 60 Minutes
Got a question about sex? Is it silly, serious, or just curious? In this program, participants submit anonymous questions about sex and sexuality and then have them answered. Questions can be collected at the program or submitted in advance.
Presenter: Chico Jensen
Request this ProgramTime: 1 - 1.5 hours (depending on questions)
Learn about STIs, risk behaviors among college students, and ways to reduce risk. Gain in-depth information about three of the most common STIs: genital herpes, human papillomavirus (HPV), and chlamydia. Cause, transmission, symptoms, detection, and treatment are described for each infection. Best suited for a lecture setting, such as a classroom.
Presenter: Chico Jensen
Request this ProgramTime: 30 - 60 Minutes
Learn about testicular cancer and how to perform testicular self-exam. Testicular models will be provided for demonstration and practice. Statistics, risk factors, and symptoms will be discussed.
Presenter: Chico Jensen
Request this ProgramTime: 30 - 60 Minutes
Learn about breast cancer and how to perform breast self-exam. Breast models will be provided for demonstration and practice. Also learn about what to expect during a gynecological exam and the important role it plays for women’s health.
Presenter: Chico Jensen
Request this ProgramTime: 30 - 60 Minutes
This program provides an historical overview of sexual violence issues, including information about gender roles and identities, cultural attitudes concerning sexual violence, evolution of law and legal code concerning sexual violence, and resources for students who have questions concerning sexual assault.
Presenter: Chico Jensen
Request this ProgramTime: 30 - 60 Minutes

If you are looking for a presentation on tobacco, contact our office. We will work with you to create a program that best fits your needs.

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