I don’t know if I can say that to a counsellor or a friend
Participant 1: So, question: Who are the people who work in there? Do they work for the school?
Participant1: What if they go talking to their friend and say, "oh, I have this girl, in here who got raped."
Facilitator: They're licenced counsellors, so they have like a confidentiality thing. So, they aren't allowed to go and talk about what you said.
Participant 1: I still wouldn't feel comfortable sitting in front of someone and being like, "Hey, my name is [participant name] and last night so and so happened. No, I'd rather...
Participant 2: I don't know if I can say that to a counsellor or to a friend.
Use an app or other tool that allows students to anonymously ask questions about sexual violence and university policies against sexual violence.
In the policy itself and in materials and presentations promoting the policy, define "confidential" and "anonymous," and explain how these concepts pertain to the policy, university-based sexual assault services, and the limits on confidentiality and anonymity.