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CARE Workshops

CARE workshops are available to the Purdue community by request only. To request one of the workshops below, please complete the Workshop Request Form here.

Boiler Up & Intervene

Bystander Intervention is an effective way to prevent power-based personal violence from occurring, but people often don't know how to safely intervene in a situation. This interactive workshop is designed to teach students how to: 

  • Recognize situations where power-based personal violence may occur
  • Safely and confidently intervene in situations that may or have become dangerous
  • Identify barriers that stop people from intervening, including their own
  • Refer survivors to CARE for support

CARE Overview (15-30 minutes)

This presentation provides a brief overview of the services available at CARE, including confidential support and advocacy and prevention education. This workshop is designed to teach students, faculty, and staff how to:

  • Identify power-based personal violence
  • Access CARE's services
  • Refer survivors of sexual violence, dating violence, and stalking to CARE

Dating Relationships

Dating relationships can be difficult to navigate due to the depictions of unhealthy and abusive relationships in pop culture, social media, and the varying knowledge and expectations people have about relationships. This interactive workshop is designed to empower students to be healthier partners and learn how to:

  • Identify characteristics of healthy, unhealthy, and abusive relationships
  • Promote healthy relationships by developing communication skills
  • Support a friend or loved one who is in an unhealthy or abusive relationship

Power-Based Personal Violence 101

Power-based personal violence is a complex problem that has directly or indirectly impacted everyone at some point. This interactive workshop is designed to teach students, faculty, and staff how to:

  • Identify the signs of sexual violence, dating violence, and stalking
  • Discuss consent with their partner
  • Recognize barriers that vulnerable populations to power-based personal violence experience
  • Refer a survivor to CARE

Supporting A Survivor

Everyone knows someone who is a survivor of sexual violence, dating violence, or stalking - we don’t always know how to best support them. This interactive workshop is designed to teach students, faculty, and staff the foundational skills to:

  • Provide empowering, empathetic, and survivor-centered support
  • Recognize signs of the stress response after an individual experiences a traumatic event
  • Refer a student, faculty, or staff member to CARE  

Note: All workshops are between 45-60min and include a brief overview of the services offered by CARE, unless otherwise specified.

 

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For questions about workshops, contact Allison Frazier at arfra3@purdue.edu.

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