Get the skills you need for the relationships you want!
Sexual Assault and Relationship Violence Activists (SARVA) is happy to present this fall’s Relationships Skills Classes. The curriculum for these classes has been developed by experts at the Northwest Network of Bisexual, Trans, Lesbian, and Gay Survivors of Abuse, and is dedicated to equipping people with healthy relationship skills for a wide range of different types of relationships. These classes are open to all students, regardless of whether they are queer or currently in a romantic relationship.
Three classes will be held which will cover values and expectations (November 5), boundaries and accountability (November 12), and conflict (November 19). Each class will take place from 6:30-8:00pm in HUB 106. Learn about what these concepts mean to you and how you can negotiate them in your own relationships!
These classes are free and open to all UW students, and you can choose to attend as many or as few classes as you want.
Please register in advance here: http://tinyurl.com/relationshipskills13. Participants are also free to show up the day of the class, even if they have not registered.
— The HUB is wheelchair accessible through the main west entrance on the 1st floor. Once you enter, the elevators are on the right.
— Please refrain from using scented products such as perfume, cologne and essential oils. This course is scent-free in order to keep the space accessible for folks who are chemically injured and/or have MCS.
Our facilitators include:
Melissa Tumas, Sexual Assault and Relationship Violence Information Service (SARIS) Specialist
Katie Peterson, Sexual Assault and Relationship Violence Activists (SARVA) Director
Robin Sacks, Q Center Outreach Coordinator