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Trauma doesn’t have a time limit

Just make sure that they don't rush them, because, like, it may have taken them awhile to come forward, but that doesn't mean the second they come forward that they have to do this and that. Just let them -
Facilitator: Yeah, just let them come out in their own time and it may not be - if it's a counsellor, it may not be one session, it may be multiple sessions before they can even talk about it. Trauma doesn't have a time


  • Create and promote avenues for comprehensive sex education.

  • Provide clarity about any situations where issues related to sexual violence or harassment, whether online or in-person, would fall under other university policies.

  • Use multiple formats to deliver accessible education about the SV/SA policy during orientation and at least once per semester