What Is an RMR Day of Awareness
An experiential training for students to build skills, knowledge, and their ability to raise awareness and prevent unhealthy relationships, disrespect, sexual misconduct, dating abuse, sexual harassment, stalking, and substance use.
HOW RMR WORKS FROM GRADES 2-COLLEGE
- Establish personal boundaries
- Build communication skills and confidence
- Understand gender-based assumptions
- Flirting vs. hurting
- Sexual harassment and sexting
- The ultimate college prep on college expectations and definitions of consent
- Intoxication vs incapacitation
- Effective vs affirmative consent
- Develop upstander skills
- Clarity on boundaries, harassment, and sexual misconduct
- Policies, protocols, and procedures
- Developmental prevention education
TAKE A PEEK AT RMR IN ACTION
THE RMR EXPERIENCE
Dynamic, highly credentialed, and experienced presenters
Grounded in research-supported efficacy with hundreds of schools and colleges
Inclusive to all identities including ethnicity, race, gender, gender identity, and sexual orientation
Comprehensive pre/post-test included
Delineate between incapacitation vs. intoxication and effective consent vs. affirmative consent.
Define sexual harassment, sexual misconduct, sexual assault, rape, and gender-based discrimination.
Identify signs of an unhealthy relationship and a healthy relationship.
List strategies to intervene as a proactive upstander if they encounter disrespectful interpersonal or sexual behavior or comments.
TOPICS COVERED FOR HIGH SCHOOLS & COLLEGES
Learn how to assess the impact on consent when someone is drinking alcohol or under the influence of drugs. Know when consent is invalid due to impairment.
Bystander Intervention Training
Empower students to stand up in pro-social bystander ways.
Understand that silence in and of itself does constitute effective or affirmative consent. Learn the nuances of verbal and non-verbal communication.
Dating and Relationship Abuse
Identify characteristics of healthy relationships and warning signs for unhealthy relationships.
Flirting v. Hurting
Discern between welcomed flirting and unwelcome harassment.
Pinpoint which interactions constitute gender-based bullying. Understand the meaning of gendered vocabulary and language as it impacts perceived and experienced inequality.
Understand age of consent, standards for incapacitation, and what constitutues undue emotional pressure and coercion.
Develop a confident voice to express one’s own comfort or discomfort with any form of contact, whether physical, online, or verbal.
Power and Control
Navigate the nuances of power dynamics in various relationships, including teacher-student, coach-student, and employer-employee.
Learn what constitues offensive language and at what point persistent contact becomes harassment.
Understand the distinction between constant contact and unhealthy, stalking behaviors.
Distinguish amongst the types of physical intimate contact, as to what constitutes sexual assault vs. rape vs. consensual contact.
“It is incredibly powerful to see a woman like you stand up and speak out against sexual assault. It impacted my life personally and I know it impacted the lives of many others as well. Your quote of “Silence Changes Nothing” could not ring more true. I know that I left your message tonight feeling empowered to be the change that I want to see on a college campus. Thank you for your vulnerability married to a fierce boldness that delivered a message everyone needed to hear.”
Go RMR. Make Respect the Standard, not the Exception.