About the session

Join Nina and Cynthia from The Consent Collective for a session exploring the ways in which group work could be added to your student support and staff development offering. 

The Consent Collective uses Circle as a way of holding groups. This way of gathering is gentle, trauma-informed and provides people with an essential experience of sharing, listening, and feeling part of a community. Circle can be used to support a range of different needs, from providing group support to student survivors of sexual harm, to enhancing team connection across teams who hold complex workloads, or to provide a different type of support to students who might otherwise end up needing 1-2-1 therapy. 

If you've been wondering about how to safely bring group experiences to support your students or staff development join this session to find out more.

About the speakers

The Consent Collective is a unique organisation blending a wealth of expertise with activism and creative talent to help communities talk about consent, relationships, trauma, sexual harassment, sexual violence and domestic abuse.

They are a social enterprise, providing training and resources to a wide range of organisations.

Find out more:

The Consent Collective

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Consent collective 2 Free
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