Request a CARE Presentation

CARE offers 30-60 minute presentations on the services we offer for survivors of sexual violence, dating/domestic abuse, and stalking.

We also offer 90-minute workshops where we can go in-depth on a single topic relating to sexual violence, dating/domestic violence, and stalking.

 If there are any questions, please email care@ucsc.edu. 

 *If you are experiencing issues submitting this form, please email us at care@ucsc.edu with your presentation request.*

CARE Workshops:

CONSENT 101:This workshop is intended to engage you on the topic of affirmative consent and how to achieve that in your relationships. 

DYNAMICS OF INTERPERSONAL VIOLENCE(IPV)In this workshop, you can learn about the complexities of inter-personal violence, in order to understand why it is hard to leave an abusive relationship. This stems from understanding: What is gas lighting? and to understanding methods of power and control used over a partner by their abuser. 

BYSTANDER INTERVENTIONLearn about what it means to be AND how to be an active bystander. In this workshop, you can learn how to prevent different types of violence, such as bullying, sexual harassment, sexual assault, or intimate partner violence, by actively delegating, directing, and distracting as a bystander. 

DYNAMICS OF SEXUAL VIOLENCE: This workshop focuses on the different forms of sexual assault and its prevalence on our campus. Through dialogue and activities, we create an in-depth conversation on rape culture and how to unlearn its harmful implications in order to best support survivors and prevent further violence from occurring in our communities.

GENDER BASED VIOLENCE: This workshop describes through an intersectional lens how gender inequalities affect people of different identities on a systemic and personal level. 

ENDING RAPE CULTURE: This workshop is intended to engage you on the topic of rape culture and how pervasive it is in our everyday lives though media, songs, and social interactions.

SUPPORTING SURVIVORS: Sometimes it can be difficult to know how to help a friend who has experienced DV or SA. This workshop explores why survivors are so often questioned or disbelieved and examines the the body's physiological responses to trauma. You will be given tips on to become active listeners and demonstrates different ways you can support and advocate for survivors in your own life.