What is Trauma?
What is Trauma?
Healthy relationships are essential to our well being, whether they be romantic, friendships, family relationships, etc., so it is important to take time to think about what we want in our relationships and how we will go about working toward those things.
If you imagine relationships being like trees---
The roots of healthy relationships are:
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A proactive bystander is an individual who accepts personal responsibility for a situation and intervenes to ensure the well-being and/or safety of others.
Bystander intervention is necessary to create and promote a safe, respectful and welcoming community.
Steps to Intervention:
1. Notice the event
2. Interpret the event as problematic
3. Assume personal responsibility
4. Take action
The Georgetown University Law Center hosted a day-long conference on sexual assaults on college campuses. This portion included a panel discussion with sexual assault prevention experts from the University of Michigan and Montclair State University who outlined their research findings on the use of content notices or “trigger warnings” to alert students of potentially disturbing academic material. In addition, University of Oregon law professor John Bonine discussed the benefits and risks of reporting sexual assaults on college campuses.