When there are challenging cases that impact caregiver psychological well-being, Vanderbilt offers a variety of support services for faculty and staff.
Adverse Event/Unexpected Outcome Support
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What Do I Say When… Someone Tells Me They Have Been Sexually Assaulted or Harassed?
Your browser does not support the audio element. Lieutenant Leshaun Oliver of the Vanderbilt University Police Department discusses intimate partner violence as part of Domestic Violence Awareness Month. Lt. Oliver helps us recognize the dynamics of domestic violence and resources available to all who are effected by it.
Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention Sarah Jordan Welch, Prevention Educator and Victim Resource Specialist at Project Safe, speaks about the prevalence of sexual assault, what we can do to prevent sexual violence, and resources, programs, and events available to support the Vanderbilt community.
Social media and news coverage of shootings, bombings, protests, sexual assaults, and other events has been graphic and intense.
Green Dots: How to Prevent Domestic Violence Before it Starts Margie Gale, RN, MSN, CEAP, Work-Life Connections Nurse Wellness Specialist, discusses the Green Dots program and how bystanders implementing the philosophy of Green Dots can help prevent domestic violence in its earliest stages.
The Employee Assistance Program's experienced counselors provide brief and targeted psychological support to help full-time, part-time, and Vanderbilt Temporary Services (VTS) staff and their spouses/same-sex domestic partners to resolve personal or workplace concerns. Learn more.
If your spouse or significant other displays a combination of these behaviors, he/she may be a potential batterer: