​Request a Program or Training

Thank you for your interest in a Health & Wellness program or training. We are excited to work together to best meet the needs of your group.

Please review the list of available programs and trainings below. We are happy to adapt these in order to meet your needs, or design a custom program at your request.

When you are ready, please use the Program Request Form to submit your request.

We advise you to submit your request at least two weeks prior to the date of the program; we may not be able to accommodate requests made after that time.

Peers on Wellness (POW!)

These following programs are led by trained peer health educators.

Watch Your BAC

How much is too much? This workshop covers the basics regarding college drinking, including reasons why students do and do not drink, safer drinking strategies, and what to do in an alcohol emergency.

Positive Consent

How do you ask for consent? What does consent look like? This workshop helps participants learn practical ways to apply consent in their relationships.​

Thrive, Don’t Just Survive

We’re bound to feel overwhelmed from time to time. Learn how to recognize stress, bring yourself back into the healthy tension zone, and build your resiliency.

Sexual Health Trivia Game

Learn sexual health facts through a fun trivia game.

Health Promotion

The following programs are led by Leah Berkenwald, Assistant Director of Wellness and Coordinator of Alcohol & Other Drug Services.

Thrive, Don’t Just Survive

We’re bound to feel overwhelmed from time to time. Learn how to recognize stress, bring yourself back into the healthy tension zone, and build your resiliency.

Resiliency & the Growth Mindset

"I’m not smart enough to be here." "I suck at this." "I am a failure." Discover how to use the Growth Mindset to reframe negative thoughts, grow from failure, and build your resiliency.

Sleeping Well @ Babson

It’s 1 a.m. and your exam is in 7 hours. Is it better to keep studying or get some rest? Learn about the cognitive benefits of sleep and realistic strategies for getting more shut-eye in college.

Sexual Health 101

What are dental dams? Who needs to use condoms? Can I catch an STD from hand stuff? This workshop covers safer sex practices and products to prevent STD transmission and pregnancy, as well as sexual health resources on campus and in the Boston area.

Cultivating a Healthy Sexuality

This inclusive, affirming and interactive workshop debunks commonly-held myths about sexuality, and invites participants to explore their individual feelings, values, preferences, and boundaries regarding their sexual selves.

Making Peace with Your Body

This workshop explores the impact of negative body image and self-talk. It offers practical strategies for embracing body positivity or acceptance, as well as supporting your friends.

Developing a Healthy Relationship with Food & Exercise

Your body is smarter than you think. Explore the practice of intuitive eating to build a healthy relationship with food and exercise.

How Not To Haze

This training explores the secretive nature of hazing, its hidden and not-so-hidden harms, campus policies, and positive ways to build strong group bonds.

Alcohol & Other Drug Services (AODS)

The following programs are led by Leah Berkenwald, Assistant Director of Wellness and Coordinator of Alcohol & Other Drug Services.

Watch Your BAC

How much is too much? This workshop covers the basics regarding college drinking, including reasons why students do and do not drink, safer drinking strategies, and what to do in an alcohol emergency.

Party Strategies

So you already know the basics. This workshop goes deeper with discussion about party planning/hosting, high-risk behaviors, identifying concerning drinking patterns, and advanced bystander intervention training.

Noticing and Responding to Substance Abuse

Primarily designed for student leaders (RAs, Peer Mentors, and more) this training covers alcohol emergencies and the responsibility to intervene, as well as the signs that someone might be struggling with substance use and information about how to respond.

Alcohol, Advertising, & the Media

What does the media teach us about alcohol? Build your media literacy by critically examining the messages about alcohol, gender, and the college party scene in beer ads, hit songs, popular movies, and the news.

Sexual Assault Prevention & Response Services (SAPRS)

The following programs are led by Ashleigh Hala, Associate Director of Wellness and Director of Sexual Assault Prevention & Response Services.

Bystander Intervention

A program designed to empower community members to intervene in unsafe situations and challenge rape culture.

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.

Positive Consent

How do you ask for consent? What does consent look like? This workshop helps participants learn practical ways to apply consent in their relationships.​

Responding to Disclosure

Listening with empathy and compassion is a skill, and this session helps participants practice through reflection and group work.

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.

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.

Supporting Survivors