check out the below programs offered by catharsis productions!
- The Hook Up: Unpacks the practice of hooking up & differentiates between healthy hook-ups, regretted hook-ups, & sexual assault.
- U Got This!: Highly engaging, interactive, even fun program that changes students’ attitudes and encourages bystander intervention.
- Report = Support!: Converts Title IX compliance mandates into a relatable and engaging virtual conversation for the employee user.
- Sex Signals: A unique combination of improvisational comedy, education, and audience participation that provides a provocative, in-your-face look at issues surrounding dating, sex, and date rape on college campuses. Explores how mixed messages, gender role stereotypes, and unrealistic fantasies contribute to misunderstandings between the sexes.
- Say What?!: Students are a diverse group of people, not only in their character and opinions, but also in their gender, race, ethnicity, age, and abilities. Does your institution consider diversity and inclusivity to be important? Are your educators creating a welcoming and safe space for their students? Do your students know how to have an open, yet respectful dialogue? Catharsis Productions can help you create a respectful environment and an inclusive culture where everyone loves to work, study, and prepare for a professional environment. They use humor, interactive talk, and exercises to create an impactful and meaningful learning environment for all participants. Say What?! utilizes research from psychology and adult learning theory mixed with real world discussion and examples of cultural differences happening around us.
- Beat The Blame Game: Designed to be the reality check that interrupts desensitization. It actively engages audiences into a candid dialogue about why there is a deep-seated, often self-protective need to blame victims, and dismantles the false logic behind those beliefs. The program highlights not only how victim-blaming arguments lack any moral center, but also how to respond effectively to those arguments when you hear them being made by others.