We create a no-judgment zone in which people can comfortably take a deep dive into toxic thoughts and behaviors they might have.


We use relevant language and situations to defuse the tension that can arise around the subject matter and increase understanding.


We leverage our 25 years of campus-based advocacy experience and over 40 years worth of program development and delivery.

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Compliance in a click – online

Compliance in a Click is our new sexual harassment online training to help your staff create a more equitable and respectful company culture wherever they work.

Please Advise – Corporate

Positively change office culture to reduce harassment

Web Series

U Got This 2! – Online graduate program

U Got This 2! retains the learning objectives and interactive approach exhibited in U GOT THIS!, but reapplies these messages to scenarios and experiences more relatable to older students, in particular graduate, professional, online, and non-traditional undergraduate students.

Sex Signals – College

Sex Signals has become one of the most popular sexual assault prevention programs on college campuses through its unorthodox, humor-facilitated and inclusive approach to examining our culture, sex, and prevention strategies like bystander intervention. Sex Signals is updated every six months to stay culturally relevant and regularly incorporates new teaching strategies based on best practices research from numerous fields of study. We touch on topics like ending rape culture, stop victim blaming and consent.

Sex Signals – Military

Sex Signals has become one of the most popular and respected sexual assault awareness programs on military installations through its unorthodox, humor-facilitated approach to examining sex, culture, and the core issue of bystander intervention.

U Got This! – Online

Unlike many sexual assault prevention online training programs that spew out one-way, text-heavy content, U Got This! truly engages individual users in what feels like a real conversation. By utilizing humor, interactive games, and short training modules, U Got This! delivers a cultural change model you and your students will love. Our online bystander training is Campus SaVE & Title IX Compliant.

Report=Support! – Online Faculty Program

Report = Support! Identifying and Responding to Sexual Misconduct is an online, interactive training that converts Title IX compliance mandates into a relatable and engaging virtual conversation for the employee user. It’s a Great complement to U Got This! Your Guide to Speak Up, Step In, and Create a Better Campus for All. With a strategic use of humor and colloquial language, the program frames the broader issue of what it means to be a responsible employee under Title IX regulations and explores the “why” behind Title IX policies and procedures.

FOAI – Military

This intensive training will enable participants to identify strengths and weaknesses in presentation content and delivery, emphasizing an understanding of why audiences blame victims; how to best break down audience resistance to the subject matter; and identify methods of creating positive rapport with specific audiences. Presented by Gail Stern, Ph.D., and Heather Imrie, M.Ed.

Beat the Blame Game

Whether it’s slut shaming, or the almost “recreational hostility” that follows victims when they report, Beat the Blame Game is the powerful reality check that provides your campus with the tools they need to challenge the haters.

The Hook Up

Hooking up can often sound like harmless fun, but it can also be a cover for some very unhealthy behaviors. This engaging discussion pulls back the covers on hooking up, clarifying when it’s actually sexual violence and how bystanders can protect potential victims from predators.

Got Your Back

This research based program is designed to dismantle the false belief that rape is really just a bad hook-up, as well as differentiate between healthy intimacy and sexual violence.

Beat the Blame Game – Military

Beat the Blame Game is the powerful reality check that provides you with the tools you need to challenge the corrosive hostility that follows victims when they report.

“Sex Signals has been seen by over 3 million people worldwide.”