SHARE offers a wide range of trauma- and culturally-informed supportive services, which may be short-term or longer-term depending upon the needs of each student client who chooses to access SHARE. While the types of support we offer are broad, we’ve listed and described several below. Please reach out to our office if you have questions about what is provided or are seeking something else not described below.
If desired, a SHARE advocate can support the student client in accessing their desired resources by accompanying the student to meetings or appointments, both on- and off-campus.
SHARE can advocate on behalf of a student who chooses to pursue complex services (campus disciplinary process, law enforcement response, medical services), by initiating conversations, posing hypotheticals or challenging questions, and asserting the student client's concerns to the powers that be.
SHARE can also advocate for systematic change by seeking to modify policies or procedures so they more effectively meet the student's needs or the needs of more students who are similarly situated.
SHARE can help assess the needs of the student client, ensure access to critical resources (housing, transportation, finances), and facilitate connections to desired services both on- and off-campus. SHARE also works in collaboration with Princeton University and community-based resources to provide accommodations that promote safety and re-establish the holistic well-being of survivors.
Community Integrity Program
The Community Integrity Program is a time-limited, individualized psychoeducational curriculum administered by a clinical psychologist. It serves to assist individuals in exploring harmful attitudes and behaviors, with an aim to empower individuals to actively contribute to a healthier and safer campus community.
Consultation on Relationships
SHARE provides short-term, confidential, and customized services for individuals who believe that they might have had unhealthy relationship role models, and who are concerned that they are bringing unhealthy dynamics into their own relationships. These services empower students to assess their relationships with a focus on emotional and psychological health, growth, and safety.
Consultation for Groups/Organizations
SHARE provides support, recommendations and guidance to groups or organizations who are experiencing challenges navigating interpersonal or group-related dynamics, including discord, unhealthy or toxic behaviors and more.
When immediate assistance is required, a trained, confidential advocate is available to speak with the student client to provide support and information about the various options available.
SHARE offers short-term psychotherapy services with a licensed mental health professional. These confidential sessions help student clients develop skills that can aid them in coping with interpersonal violence issues and support their healing process.
SHARE offers group support services throughout the academic year. Group support allows students to meet face to face and/or virtually to share experiences in an emotionally safe, confidential environment with a group leader. To learn more about what groups are presently being offered, please contact the SHARE office.