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Our staff is available to give presentations on the following content areas: 


Eight Dimensions of Wellness

Wellness is comprised of eight interrelated and interdependent dimensions: physical, emotional, social, intellectual, occupational, environmental, financial, and spiritual. The concept of wellness involves a holistic approach to achieving your optimal desired lifestyle by finding harmony and balance between each of these dimensions. We will introduce participants to the 8 dimensions of wellness and provide strategies and resources to help incorporate these concepts into their daily life to not only survive, but thrive and flourish at Georgia Tech.  


We will utilize live-polling and trivia to learn and corrects various myths held by college students regarding alcohol use and consequences. Participants will be able to identify alcohol norms and the role social norming plays among peer groups related to acceptable/unacceptable behavior.


Resilience is the capacity to bounce back despite adversity. We will tap into skills rooted in emotional balance, learned optimism, and social connection to help build grit and allow participants to bounce back and prepare a toolkit to address adversity in their lives.

Sexual Health

Healthy sexuality is an important part of your overall health and wellness. Participants are introduced to different sexual health concepts including healthy relationships, consent, safer sex practices, contraceptive methods, and much more. We will actively engage with the material through a myth/fact trivia session and condom demonstrations are available upon request. 


Sleep is important to achieve optimal health and wellness. We will highlight the benefits that sleep has on the body, allow participants to learn the role of nutrition and physical activity, as well as tips on how participants can effectively manage their time to promote a quality night’s rest.


We will explore the importance of practicing self-care as a strategy to promote holistic wellness. For some, self-care may be ensuring they get a good night’s rest. While for others, it may be exercising by taking a walk in their natural environment. It’s important to remember that self-care looks different for each person, but the goal is to listen to your body and find time to engage in activities that recharge, rejuvenate, and reset you daily to reduce the risk of burnout. By the end of this presentation, participants will learn skills on how to personalize and prioritize self-care within each of the eight dimensions of wellness.


Eating on a Budget

We will explore how to eat well while managing the balance between time and money. 

Intuitive Eating

Want to learn about the 10 principles of Intuitive Eating? Designed for individuals wishing to explore and discuss their relationship with food, dieting and/or body image.

Nutrition 101

The basic concepts of nutrition and wellness are highlighted through debunking common nutrition myths.


VOICE General Presentation

This 60-minute presentation provides an overview of sexual harassment, stalking, relationship violence, and sexual assault. Participants will also learn about consent, bystander intervention, and survivor support resources, including VOICE. 

Bystander Intervention

This 90-minute workshop teaches skills for intervening to create a campus free of sexual harassment, stalking, relationship violence, and sexual assault. This in-depth skill-building workshop explores effective methods to safely intervene in situations that could possibly cause someone harm, and strategies for supporting survivors.  

One Love 10 Signs of Healthy and Unhealthy Relationships

This is a 60-minute interactive workshop. Maintaining healthy relationships can be challenging. While everyone does unhealthy things sometimes, we can all learn to love better by recognizing unhealthy signs and shifting to healthy behaviors. 

Supporting Survivors of Sexual Violence

This 60-minute presentation discusses the impact of sexual harassment, stalking, relationship violence, and sexual assault on survivors, how to provide support, the role of VOICE Advocates, and other available resources.

We're also able to create a custom experience based on your group’s unique needs and priorities. All program requests should be submitted at least two weeks in advance.