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Health Promotion is dedicated to facilitating interactive workshops that provide accurate health information in a non-judgmental, inclusive style. Choose from the list of topics below or we can tailor a presentation to best meet the needs of your group.

During the academic year, the fastest way to request a program is to submit a workshop request form. During the summer when the workshop request form is not available, or if you have questions, please email, or call the BWell office at 401.863-2794.

Facilitated Workshops provided by peer educators:

Masculinity 101 Peer Education Workshops

Peer-led facilitation workshops that help students unpack toxic norms of masculinity and reflect on what healthier norms of masculinity can and should look like. M101 student coordinators will meet with interested group leaders to select workshops based on our student-written curriculum, with topics including Learning Gender, Privilege 101, Cultivating Empathy, and Harm and Healing.

Sexual Health Awareness Group (SHAG) Sex Trivia or Sex Jeopardy

Host your very own trivia night or sex jeopardy competition, complete with fantastic SHAG hosts, prizes and tons of fun with a little sexual health info sprinkled in.

SHAG Safer Sex Express

This hands-on workshop gives students the opportunity to learn about safer sex methods by moving between "stations" where they explore a method through discussion and experiments.

Sexual Assault Peer Education(SAPE) Workshop

Peer educators provide foundational knowledge about interpersonal harm and the environmental factors that facilitate it.  Students will have the opportunity to talk to each other about consent, identity and experience, and how everyday actions provide the opportunity to prevent harm and support survivors. This workshop will introduce the importance of self-and-community care and of drawing from the group's shared values to motivate and sustain change.

HEALTHy Athletes Peer Education Workshops

Fulfilling Interpersonal Relationships: You and your team will be able to name healthy and unhealthy characteristics of relationships, distinguish the different types of relationships and assess their own power dynamics and boundaries. You will also be able to identify on-campus resources and tools to navigate difficult situations.

Establishing Self-care and Mental Wellness: You and your team will be able to identify self-care habits, define mental wellness, implement the components of OARS (communication technique), and identify on campus resources.

Cultivating a positive team culture:  You and your team will be able to identify the different kinds of team cultures, explore the main characteristics of a team culture, clarify their own team values, and determine realistic and attainable steps to contribute to a more positive team culture.

Facilitated Workshops provided by BWell professional and student staff:


This workshop engages participants in a discussion about the meaning of consent.  Students will learn clear, practical guidelines for having open, honest, and consensual sexual activity and relationships.

Cultivating Desire and Boundaries

It can be hard to know what you’re interested in with dating and sexuality.  This workshop will give participants a model for assessing one’s values around sexuality, in turn recognizing desires and boundaries concerning sexual and romantic expression.

Dealing with Rejection

This workshop will focus on cultivating skills for those who are initiating personal requests with others.  It will focus on communication skills, as well as addressing emotions that arise from “putting yourself out there” and facing the possibility of a “no” to requests.

Sleep Hygiene

This workshop introduces participants to brief mindfulness techniques to manage stress and increase resiliency.

Stress Management Practicum

This workshop provides insight into how to manage stress and offers the opportunity to try out some hands-on de-stress activities.

Supporting Survivors

A friend is the most likely person that someone will turn to if they have been sexually assaulted. Come learn what helps, what doesn’t help, and what a big difference you can make in your friend’s life. 

During the academic year, the fastest way to request a program is to submit a workshop request form. During the summer when the workshop request form is not available, or if you have questions, please email, or call the BWell office at 401.863-2794.

BWell Supported Workshops and Programs


Receive stress-relieving neck rubs from Brown University Relaxation Project (burp). Click here to submit a request for a burp program. Please note that BURP is only available for programs when classes are in session.

Workshop in a Bag

Prefer to lead your own group workshop? Request a BWell Workshop in a Bag and bring health empowerment information and strategies to your group, on your schedule. 

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