We help schools drive real change against sexual misconduct in the most engaging and results-driven way possible.
Gaming techniques and interactive discussion to practice and develop skills, not just click-through policies. Shows that the university is committed and cares.
CUSTOMIZABLE & EASE
Students schedule on their own time — no added work. Every community is different and we meet your needs, like with international student and LGBTQ specific modules.
Program design is rooted in proven behavioral science design and research studies on campus sexual violence.
LASTING PEER SUPPORT
Capability building and behavior change require more than one session and is stronger with an accountability buddy, who provides real-time feedback.
Incorporates mental health, alcohol, and the role of culture and norms, with additional materials available on sexual education.
Our team is passionate about reducing sexual assault and treats compliance requirements as the minimum, not the goal. We hold ourselves accountable to measurable results.
Social Norms Theory & Cognitive-Behavioral Method:
- Social norms theory and incorporates group-level, not just individual, of Social-Ecological Model.
- Behavioral science evidence-based approach to lasting behavior change.
- Perspective-taking and empathy exercises to open minds for change. Easily digestible content and gaming to reinforce learning.
- Rigorous data collection to measure tangible outcomes, not just awareness.
Cooperative Learning Model:
- Peer program to provide ongoing feedback, accountability, and support.
- Students feel more comfortable and open when interacting with a peer. Direct activities between students promotes active learning.
- Research indicates that peer learning yields more supportive relationships, greater psychological well-being, social competence, communication skills and self-esteem, and higher achievement in learning outcomes.
CONTEXT: WHY CONFI?
Our team is passionate about reducing sexual assault and deeply understands the student experience.
FREE RESOURCE FOR STUDENT GROUPS
Free guide based in research on how to lead a student discussion group about sexual assault.