Workshops & Training

 

Workshops and Trainings


If you are requesting Center for Student Wellness presence at a tabling event, please fill out form here.

The Center for Student Wellness provides trainings and workshops for students, faculty and staff. Participants leave with practical skills and a better understanding of how to create a healthier and safer campus community.

  • Center for Student Wellness recognizes that we are still in the midst of a global pandemic. With this knowledge, prioritizing the safety and comfort of our facilitators and workshop attendees is of the utmost importance. We encourage our workshop facilitators and attendees to wear masks. 
  • Our policies may change at any moment. 
  • Request a live, interactive workshop for your group (in-person or online)!
  • To curate an engaging educational experience for our students, we cap our workshop attendance at 35. if your group size is larger than 35, please continue to submit a request below and we can discuss alternative options.
  • We need at least 3 weeks to process workshop requests and priority is given to University of Utah student audiences (e.g., classroom requests, student groups). We may be able to accommodate other requests on a case-by-case basis. Please email wellness@sa.utah.edu with any questions!
  • Please note: submitting a workshop request is not a confirmation that the workshop will be scheduled.

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Workshops with our ACES logo are led by our ACES peer health educators.

CSW Basics


20 minutes

What is the Center for Student Wellness? Who are we? How can we support you? In this short presentation, we will cover our mission, services, opportunities to get involved with our office, and more!

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BYSTANDER INTERVENTION


75 minutes

Check on U-Tah empowers students to check on their community members and prevent harm from occurring. This workshop will discuss how biases, social norms, & everyday barriers (e.g., technology, distractions) perpetuate harm and prevent community support. Through dialogue, interactive practice, and self-reflection, participants will leave the workshop with increased abilities in being a good community member, noticing harm, and holding one another accountable.

See our Event Page for any Upcoming Trainings

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VIOLENCE PREVENTION


You may also be interested in educational opportunities from McCluskey Center for Violence Prevention. Check out their offerings here.

75 minutes

Check on U-Tah empowers students to check on their community members and prevent harm from occurring. This workshop will discuss how biases, social norms, & everyday barriers (e.g., technology, distractions) perpetuate harm and prevent community support. Through dialogue, interactive practice, and self-reflection, participants will leave the workshop with increased abilities in being a good community member, noticing harm, and holding one another accountable.

See our Event Page for any Upcoming Trainings

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50 minutes

Learn how rape culture exists in our society, methods to unlearn harmful myths, and the reality of sexual violence on college campuses.

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50 minutes

Come get the sex-ed you wish you had in high school! Learn about healthy communication strategies, consent, pleasure, protection methods, STI prevention and treatment, and more.

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75 minutes

It can be difficult to know what to do and how to feel when someone shares with you that they have experienced or are  experiencing interpersonal violence such as sexual assault, domestic or dating violence, sexual harassment, or stalking. This presentation will help participants answer the following questions:

  • How does interpersonal violence (IPV) impact wellness?
  • How can I best respond when someone discloses IPV to me? What should I say? What shouldn’t I say?
  • When IPV is disclosed, who needs to report what, where?
  • What resources are available for survivors?
  • How can I take care of myself?

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75 minutes

Let’s begin to explore the nuances of masculinity and unpack the definition of authentic masculinity/masculinities. In this workshop we will dive deep into your experiences with masculinities and how it has impacted your life and the world you live in.

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HARM REDUCTION


75 minutes

Check on U-Tah empowers students to check on their community members and prevent harm from occurring. This workshop will discuss how biases, social norms, & everyday barriers (e.g., technology, distractions) perpetuate harm and prevent community support. Through dialogue, interactive practice, and self-reflection, participants will leave the workshop with increased abilities in being a good community member, noticing harm, and holding one another accountable.

See our Event Page for any Upcoming Trainings

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50 minutes

Alcohol and drug misuse can have lasting impacts on your wellness. Learning about low-risk use and how to create a safer party culture will empower you to make safer decisions around drugs and alcohol.

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SEXUAL WELLNESS & HEALTHY RELATIONSHIPS


75 minutes

Check on U-Tah empowers students to check on their community members and prevent harm from occurring. This workshop will discuss how biases, social norms, & everyday barriers (e.g., technology, distractions) perpetuate harm and prevent community support. Through dialogue, interactive practice, and self-reflection, participants will leave the workshop with increased abilities in being a good community member, noticing harm, and holding one another accountable.

See our Event Page for any Upcoming Trainings

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50 - 75 minutes

Come follow a relationship, any relationship, through its natural trajectory. Whether it be a casual hook-up, a blossoming friendship, a spicy pleasure-affair, or a committed partnership, we will identify what makes a relationship “healthy.” This includes what you want out of your relationships and the important role self-care, pleasure, communication, and consent plays in all relationships.

See our Event Page for any Upcoming Trainings

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50 minutes

Come get the sex-ed you wish you had in high school! Learn about healthy communication strategies, consent, pleasure, protection methods, STI prevention and treatment, and more.

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MENTAL WELLNESS


75 minutes

Check on U-Tah empowers students to check on their community members and prevent harm from occurring. This workshop will discuss how biases, social norms, & everyday barriers (e.g., technology, distractions) perpetuate harm and prevent community support. Through dialogue, interactive practice, and self-reflection, participants will leave the workshop with increased abilities in being a good community member, noticing harm, and holding one another accountable.

See our Event Page for any Upcoming Trainings

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60 minutes

What stresses you out? In this workshop we allow space for participants to think about their unique personal stressors and develop a plan to move through those stressors while maintaining wellness as best as possible. You will leave this workshop with a better understanding of how to support yourself and others through college's most stressful moments.

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75 minutes

Let’s begin to explore the nuances of masculinity and unpack the definition of authentic masculinity/masculinities. In this workshop we will dive deep into your experiences with masculinities and how it has impacted your life and the world you live in.

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Faculty and Staff

120 minutes

Students today experience a variety of stressful situations throughout their college years. In this workshop, learn how to best support students in distress, empower them to regain control, and learn more about how to refer students to helpful resources on campus. In partnership with the Office of the Dean of Students and the University Counseling Center.

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120 minutes

Become a certified Wellness Advocate! A Wellness Advocate is aware of campus resources, practices empathetic communication, and connects their peers to the appropriate supports. In this training, you’ll familiarize yourself with the resources the U has to offer, practice communication skills, and learn how to empathize and refer your peers when they’re in need of support.

Please keep an eye on our Event Page for any changes to upcoming trainings.

VICTIM-SURVIVOR Advocacy


75 minutes

It can be difficult to know what to do and how to feel when someone shares with you that they have experienced or are  experiencing interpersonal violence such as sexual assault, domestic or dating violence, sexual harassment, or stalking. This presentation will help participants answer the following questions:

  • How does interpersonal violence (IPV) impact wellness?
  • How can I best respond when someone discloses IPV to me? What should I say? What shouldn’t I say?
  • When IPV is disclosed, who needs to report what, where?
  • What resources are available for survivors?
  • How can I take care of myself?

Request a Presentation

REQUEST A TRAINING


To request a workshop, please complete the information form below. Please note:

  • All requests must be submitted 3 weeks prior to the date of the intended program.
  • A minimum of 6 participants must be attending.
  • Workshop priority goes to University of Utah students (e.g., classroom, student groups, student employment), however we can facilitate workshops for staff and faculty. Understand there may be a longer wait, so please include multiple date options.

If your group cannot accommodate one or more of the requests above, please email us: wellness@sa.utah.edu.

Workshop/Presentation Request
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  • Mission and Services

    20 minutes

    What is the Center for Student Wellness? Who are we? How can we support you? In this short presentation, we will cover our mission, services, opportunities to get involved with our office, and more!

  • Check on U-tah - Building Community through Bystander Intervention

    75 minutes

    Check on U-Tah empowers students to check on their community members and prevent harm from occurring. This workshop will discuss how biases, social norms, & everyday barriers (e.g., technology, distractions) perpetuate harm and prevent community support. Through dialogue, interactive practice, and self-reflection, participants will leave the workshop with increased abilities in being a good community member, noticing harm, and holding one another accountable.

  • Check on U-tah - Building Community through Bystander Intervention

    75 minutes

    Check on U-Tah empowers students to check on their community members and prevent harm from occurring. This workshop will discuss how biases, social norms, & everyday barriers (e.g., technology, distractions) perpetuate harm and prevent community support. Through dialogue, interactive practice, and self-reflection, participants will leave the workshop with increased abilities in being a good community member, noticing harm, and holding one another accountable.

    Challenging rape culture

    50 minutes

    Learn how rape culture exists in our society, methods to unlearn harmful myths, and the reality of sexual violence on college campuses.

    Let's talk about sex

    50 minutes

    Come get the sex-ed you wish you had in high school! Learn about healthy communication strategies, consent, pleasure, protection methods, STI prevention and treatment, and more.

    Compassionate Responses to disclosures of interpersonal violence

    75 minutes

    It can be difficult to know what to do and how to feel when someone shares with you that they have experienced or are  experiencing interpersonal violence such as sexual assault, domestic or dating violence, sexual harassment, or stalking. This presentation will help participants answer the following questions:

    • How does interpersonal violence (IPV) impact wellness?
    • How can I best respond when someone discloses IPV to me? What should I say? What shouldn’t I say?
    • When IPV is disclosed, who needs to report what, where?
    • What resources are available for survivors?
    • How can I take care of myself?
    Masculinities 101

    75 minutes

    Let’s begin to explore the nuances of masculinity and unpack the definition of authentic masculinity/masculinities. In this workshop we will dive deep into your experiences with masculinities and how it has impacted your life and the world you live in.

     

  • Check on U-tah - Building Community through Bystander Intervention

    75 minutes

    Check on U-Tah empowers students to check on their community members and prevent harm from occurring. This workshop will discuss how biases, social norms, & everyday barriers (e.g., technology, distractions) perpetuate harm and prevent community support. Through dialogue, interactive practice, and self-reflection, participants will leave the workshop with increased abilities in being a good community member, noticing harm, and holding one another accountable.

    safer party culture

    50 minutes

    Alcohol and drug misuse can have lasting impacts on your wellness. Learning about low-risk use and how to create a safer party culture will empower you to make safer decisions around drugs and alcohol.

  • Check on U-tah - Building Community through Bystander Intervention

    75 minutes

    Check on U-Tah empowers students to check on their community members and prevent harm from occurring. This workshop will discuss how biases, social norms, & everyday barriers (e.g., technology, distractions) perpetuate harm and prevent community support. Through dialogue, interactive practice, and self-reflection, participants will leave the workshop with increased abilities in being a good community member, noticing harm, and holding one another accountable.

    it's a match

    50 - 75 minutes

    Come follow a relationship, any relationship, through its natural trajectory. Whether it be a casual hook-up, a blossoming friendship, a spicy pleasure-affair, or a committed partnership, we will identify what makes a relationship “healthy.” This includes what you want out of your relationships and the important role self-care, pleasure, communication, and consent plays in all relationships.

    Let's talk about sex

    50 minutes

    Come get the sex-ed you wish you had in high school! Learn about healthy communication strategies, consent, pleasure, protection methods, STI prevention and treatment, and more.

  • Check on U-tah - Building Community through Bystander Intervention

    75 minutes

    Check on U-Tah empowers students to check on their community members and prevent harm from occurring. This workshop will discuss how biases, social norms, & everyday barriers (e.g., technology, distractions) perpetuate harm and prevent community support. Through dialogue, interactive practice, and self-reflection, participants will leave the workshop with increased abilities in being a good community member, noticing harm, and holding one another accountable.

    Stress care

    60 minutes

    What stresses you out? In this workshop we allow space for participants to think about their unique personal stressors and develop a plan to move through those stressors while maintaining wellness as best as possible. You will leave this workshop with a better understanding of how to support yourself and others through college's most stressful moments.

    Masculinities 101

    75 minutes

    Let’s begin to explore the nuances of masculinity and unpack the definition of authentic masculinity/masculinities. In this workshop we will dive deep into your experiences with masculinities and how it has impacted your life and the world you live in.
    Supporting students in distress (for faculty + Staff)

    Faculty and Staff

    120 minutes

    Students today experience a variety of stressful situations throughout their college years. In this workshop, learn how to best support students in distress, empower them to regain control, and learn more about how to refer students to helpful resources on campus. In partnership with the Office of the Dean of Students and the University Counseling Center.

    Mental health first aid

    Not requestable, but email us if you are interested.

  • Compassionate Responses to Discloures of Interpersonal Violence

    75 minutes

    It can be difficult to know what to do and how to feel when someone shares with you that they have experienced or are  experiencing interpersonal violence such as sexual assault, domestic or dating violence, sexual harassment, or stalking. This presentation will help participants answer the following questions:

    • How does interpersonal violence (IPV) impact wellness?
    • How can I best respond when someone discloses IPV to me? What should I say? What shouldn’t I say?
    • When IPV is disclosed, who needs to report what, where?
    • What resources are available for survivors?
    • How can I take care of myself?