“Healthy Relationships” focuses on identifying characteristics of healthy and unhealthy relationships, defining passive, aggressive, and assertive communication, practicing assertive communication through role play, and exploring how the information presented is relevant to the range of personal and professional relationships students experience while at UT. Consent, campus, and community resources are also covered.
“Sexual Health” provides students a fun and interactive opportunity to discuss safer sex practices in a safe, non-judgmental manner. The topics covered in this interactive presentation are sexually transmitted infections, barrier methods, and contraceptives. It is stressed that the information provided is useful to all individuals, whether they are currently sexually active or abstinent.
“Speakologist” Trainings are hosted at the Center for Health Education and Wellness in the Student Health Building. Other locations are considered on a case-by-case basis.
Students will be able to:
1. Articulate what it means to be an active bystander
2. Articulate the five decision-making steps to actively intervene in a situation
3. Identify 4 ways bystanders can intervene in a situation
4. Articulate the meaning of consent and what it means to give consent
5. Identify 3 services and resources available in the Center for Health Education & Wellness
The SPEAKologist training is approximately one hour long.