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Tapping into your inner

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Transcript of Tapping into your inner

Bystander Intervention Programs
Tapping into your inner
'UPstander'

The Red Watch Band Program at UC Davis and why it applies to you
Red Watch Band
How to be an 'Upstander'
Why Invest?
UC Davis Programs and Resources
Activity Part 1
Activity Part 2
Bystander Intervention Programs
Red Watch Band (RWB)
Why Invest?
How to be an 'Upstander'
UC Davis Programs
Or why does it apply to you?
The S.E.E Model
Safe Responding
Early Intervention
Effective Helping
Step Up! Model
Notice the event

Interpret it as a problem

Assume personal responsibility

Know how to help

Step Up!
The step up! model
Intervention animals
Alcohol 101
Alcohol poisoning and responding in emergencies
Scenarios
Optional CPR
The goal of the RWB training is to equip students with the skills to step up, care for their fellow Aggies and potentially save a life.
SHCS's Health Education and Promotion: Red Watch Band
, alcohol focused upstander intervention program

LGBTQIA Resource Center: Foundations in LGBTQIA Allyship
, Students learn about gender identities and how to become an ally. Participants examine their own knowledge and beliefs, or lack thereof, and identify paradigms and systems that discriminate against the LGBTQIA community

Center for Advocacy Resources and Education (CARE) Trainings:
learning outcomes include defining consent and identifying the impact of violence and harm on survivors. Students are given tools to help them learn how to identify opportunities to intervene in a safe way in situations dealing with sexual and intimate partner violence. Audience members practice active bystander behavior during in real life scenarios they may encounter on and off campus.

SHCS's QPR: Question Persuade Refer
, saves lives by providing
innovative, practical and proven suicide prevention training.
Academics, Alcohol and Alcohol Poisoning, Anger, Depression, Discrimination, Disordered eating, Gambling, Hazing, Relationship Abuse, Sexual Assault
Dating violence
Bringing in the Bystander
Sexual Violence
Red Flag Campaign
QPR
The Green Dot
Step Up!
Suicide
Interpersonal Violence
Active Intervention
“Sympathy will have been increased through natural selection, for those communities which include the greatest number of the most sympathetic members, would flourish best, and rear the greatest number of offspring.”

It's Our Nature
Health, Longevity & Happiness
Pleasure and Reward
It's Contagious
UC Davis Community
Our Students
When we see someone in distress, we mirror their experience in our minds
Our children and victims of violence provoke similar neurological reactions
Joshua Green and Johnathan Cohen, Princeton University
Compassion for others, even at our own expense
Daniel Baston, Social Psychology Network, Wesleyan University
Sense of connection to others, strengthened immune system, among other health benefits
Stanford University's Center for Compassion and Altruism Research and Education
When we behave altruistically, activates pleasure and reward systems in the brain
Greater Good Science Center, UC Berkeley
Fowler (UC San Diego) & Christakis (Harvard), 2010. Cooperative behavior cascades in human social networks;
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences

"Public Goods Game Experiments," Random assignment of interactions
Each person in a network can influence "dozens or even hundreds" of people
Up to three degrees of separation or 'person to person to person to person'
Compassion is self-perpetuating
Increases in Oxytocin hormone
The Greater Good Science Center, UC Berkeley
"We will strive to build and maintain a culture and climate based on mutual respect and caring."
UC Davis Principles of Community
Passive acceptance that something is wrong
Thank you!
Aggie RISE:
Recovery Group
A
band
of students who
watch
over each other in time sensitive moments.
Red
= Emergency
Alcohol poisoning deaths

Barriers to getting help

UC Davis Students
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