It's Your Move

It's Your Move, Duke's bystander intervention training initiative, began Fall 2012. This training helps trainees reduce barriers that keep individuals from intervening with problem or concerning behaviors. With a focus on taking action, bystander intervention training helps participants understand what a bystander is, provides options for taking action, and teaches skills for effective interventions. The training addresses a range of potentially harmful situations from medical emergencies to the emotional injury of discrimination. Topic areas covered include: academics and unethical behaviors, disordered eating, depression and other mental illnesses, hazing, sexism/gender violence, homophobia, substance use, sexual health and safety, suicide, and racism.

For more information contact Duke Student Wellness Center at 919-681-8421 or duwell@studentaffairs.duke.edu.

Additional bystander intervention programs on specific topic areas are available through the following departments:

Request a DukeReach Training

If you are interested in learning more about DukeReach and how to recognize and respond to students in distress, please contact DukeReach at 919-681-2455 or email David Wiltshire at david.wiltshire@duke.edu.

Trainings are currently offered on an as-requested basis.