Self-Care Drama Therapy Workshop


Brown Student Services 3600 rue McTavish, Montreal, QC, H3A 0G3, CA

The Consent McGill Campaign in collaboration with McGill's Wellness Hub has teamed up to offer you three 1-hour Self-Care Drama Therapy sessions where participants are invited to explore thoughts, feelings, and perceptions around consent culture. This workshop will be an opportunity to unwind and express yourself in relation to topics around consent and personal empowerment. We will use drama and elements of play to explore thoughts and feelings around consent, as well as some role play to rehearse scenarios that may come up. We will also spend some time to be present with ourselves as well as each other as we get in touch with our own body boundaries.

All session will be held in McGill's Wellness Hub 3600 McTavish Room 5001

Session 1: 11-12 p.m. 
Session 2: 12-1 p.m.
Session 3: 1-2 p.m.

Sessions are open to all McGill members: students, staff and faculty. Each 1 hour slot will follow the same theme and build upon participant needs and level of comfort. You are welcome to attend 1 or more sessions.

Mira Rozenberg is a counselor in the McGill Wellness Hub as well as with the MasterCard Foundation Scholars. She has focused her therapeutic work for over 10 years in healing from symptoms of traumatic stress, anxiety and PTSD. She is a drama therapist and yoga instructor and integrates a body-based approach to her work. D

The Wellness Hub building is accessible by wheelchair. There is an elevator at the basement level all the way to the 5th floor. There are gender-neutral bathrooms on the 2nd floor next to #2003; 3rd floor between #3004 & #3110; and on the 5th floor next to #5100.
This event is scent-reduced to minimize risk for people with environmental sensitivities, allergies and asthma. Please refrain from wearing perfumed products both before and to the event.
For any questions, please contact osvrse [at]

The OSVRSE provides support for all members of the McGill community who have been impacted by sexual violence and works to foster a culture of consent on campus and beyond. If you've been impacted by sexual violence, whether it be sexual harassment or assault, gender-based or intimate partner violence, or cyberviolence, know that you are not alone. The Office for Sexual Violence Response, Support and Education (OSVRSE) is here for you. Visit our website for a full list of support resources:

**We would like to acknowledge that McGill University is located on unceded lands which have traditionally served as a site of meeting and exchange amongst diverse indigenous peoples. The Kanien’kehà:ka/People of the Flint (Mohawk), who are a founding nation of the Haudenosaunee/People of the Longhouse (Iroquois) Confederacy, are recognized as the traditional stewards of the lands and waters.**


Le bâtiment Wellness Hub est accessible en fauteuil roulant. Il y a un ascenseur au sous-sol jusqu'au 5ème étage. Il y a des salles de bains neutres au 2e étage à côté de la salle #2003; au 3e étage entre les salles #3004 et #3110; et au 5e étage près de la salle #5100. Merci de nous aider à offrir un environnement sans parfum pour minimiser les risques pour les personnes sensibles à l'environnement, aux allergies et à l'asthme. Cela signifie que tous les participant.e.s doivent s'abstenir d'utiliser tout produit parfumé avant l'événement ou de l'apporter à l'événement.

Pour toutes vos questions, veuillez contacter osvrse [at]

Le OSVRSE offre du soutien à tous et toutes les membres de la communauté de McGill qui ont été touchés par la violence sexuelle et travaille à promouvoir une culture du consentement sur le campus et ailleurs. Si vous avez été victime de violence sexuelle, qu'il s'agisse de harcèlement ou d'agression sexuelle, de violence fondée sur le sexe ou sur le partenaire intime, ou de cyberviolence, sachez que vous n'êtes pas seul. Le Bureau pour la réponse, le soutien et l'éducation en matière de violence sexuelle (OSVRSE) est là pour vous. Visitez notre site Web pour une liste complète des ressources de soutien:

**Nous aimerions reconnaître que l'Université McGill est située sur des terres non cédées qui ont traditionnellement servi de lieu de rencontre et d'échange entre divers peuples autochtones. Les Kanien'kehà:ka/People of the Flint (Mohawk), qui sont une nation fondatrice de la Confédération des Haudenosaunee/People of the Longhouse (Iroquois), sont reconnus comme les intendants traditionnels des terres et des eaux.**

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