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Peer Programs Presentation Request Forms

Peer Educator Programs Presentation Request Forms

Departments/faculty wanting to schedule a presentation by one of our Peer Education Programs may submit their request by accessing the Google form with the links provided below.

If you have any questions about these presentations or need additional information, email Samir Hamawe, Peer Programs Specialist, at samir.hamawe@csun.edu.

Blues Project

The Blues Project is a peer education program through University Counseling Services that conducts psychoeducational presentations in the area of depression education and suicide prevention. Topics in these presentations include understanding myths and stigmatizing language around suicide, methods to support students in distress, and community resources or programs that may assist students in these areas. To request a presentation, please complete the brief questionnaire in the link below.

Blues Project Presentation Request

Project D.A.T.E.

Project D.A.T.E. (Discovering Alternative for Today’s Encounters), is a peer education program through University Counseling Services that conducts psychoeducational presentations on the psychological and cultural issues related to rape or rape culture, the legal and medical issues associated with rape, and resources and methods to assist students in themes such as sexual assault, violence, and rape. To request a presentation, please complete the brief questionnaire in the link below.

Project D.A.T.E. Presentation Request

JADE (Joint Advocates for Disordered Eating)

JADE is a peer education program through University Counseling Services that conducts psychoeducational presentations in the area of disordered eating and body image. Topics in these presentations include, highlighting the types of eating disorders, relevant statistics, myths and stigma surrounding disordered eating, and information on programs and resources specific to disordered eating and how to get help. To request a presentation, please complete the brief questionnaire in the link below.

JADE Presentation Request