Prevention at Babson requires a comprehensive approach that addresses the multiple levels of influence around violence and victimization. It is critical to address the individual, their relationships, and their community and cultural environments. By building relationship skills, discussing policy, procedure, and practice, addressing social norms, and promoting bystander intervention, Babson hopes to significantly change behavior and reduce risk.
A program designed to empower community members to intervene in unsafe situations and challenge rape culture.
How do you ask for consent? What does consent look like? This workshop helps participants learn practical ways to apply consent in their relationships.
College Policy Literacy
We often talk about rules and regulations, but Title IX also protects students and affords rights to survivors. This program empowers students to know their policy, and their rights.
Healthy Relationships & Boundary Setting
By building our own boundaries and understanding how we communicate with partners, we can better conceptualize the dynamics involved in dating violence, intimate partner violence, and domestic violence.
What Does it Mean to be Trauma-Informed?
Many survivors of gendered violence experience a level of traumatic response. When we learn more about trauma, we can better support survivors in our community.
Responding to Disclosure
Listening with empathy and compassion is a skill, and this session helps participants practice through reflection and group work.
Create Your Own!
SAPRS has partnered with many campus groups to build new programs that meet the needs of a particular population. If you have an idea for a program, but you don’t see it listed here, ask us to partner and we can build a new program together!
To Request A Program
Please email SAPRS at firstname.lastname@example.org or come to the Wellness Center to submit a program request