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Respect {Relationship Programs}


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Healthy Relationships

This program is designed to help students identify common characteristics of a healthy relationship. Tips will be offered to help students improve their relationships with others (no matter the type of relationship), and the opportunity to practice these skills through guided activities. Content will help students identify the indicators of an unhealthy relationship as well as provide them effective methods of how to get out of an unhealthy relationship. Handouts include the Dater’s Bill of Rights and other resource materials. This program can be augmented for couples only. Assertiveness skill building will also be included along with self assessments. request it



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Relationship Violence Program

The purpose of this program is to raise awareness surrounding the issue of relationship violence. This program provides the student with an opportunity to investigate the different types of violence and to understand the appropriate terminology used in discussing relationship violence. Other topics addressed include the prevalence of relationship violence among college students, the process of identifying and correcting myths associated with relationship violence, and the exposure of the student to campus and community resources related to relationship violence. Following the presentation, students will have a better understanding of his/her role in addressing relationship violence in his/her community. It is suggested that this presentation be conducted in collaboration with the RSVP Educators from the RSVP Resource Center. We would be happy to contact them.



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A Little Respect

Let’s talk about the myths, assumptions and realities surrounding gay, lesbian, transgender, bisexual and queer (LGBTQ) sexuality. Multiple programs exist and can be tailored to the group’s needs.In collaboration with the LGBTQ Resource Centerrequest it