Where do I Start? What are my Options?
Trauma can be an individual or collective issue that affects people in different ways. Everyone reacts, processes and heals differently after experiencing violence. Our office is here to help find what works for you. Please take a look at the options below to see how we can help.
Our office takes your privacy very seriously. It is important for you to know how we work towards maintaining your privacy while operating underneath the university’s Safe Disclosure Policy. Please visit our Confidentiality page for details about the policy, and the level of confidentiality you can expect when speaking to us.
It is important to seek medical attention after experiencing an assault, even if there are no visible injuries, or you don’t want to report to the police. We can also connect you to services that will accompany you to a health care provider.
Visit our Get Medical Attention page for details on where to go.
Connect to community services that are available to you on and off campus to get the support you need. Our resource list is a compilation of physical health services, mental health services, on and off-campus reporting options, and more Brock resources that are available for anyone to use at any time.
Our trauma and self-care page is here to give you a basic understanding of how trauma can affect individuals, while providing various resources to help you be mindful, reconnect with yourself, and take a break. We have many tools, including a guide to creating a self-care plan, help with procrastination, and colouring books! Check it out here.
Meet Our Team
Aryan is Human Rights and Equity’s Gender and Sexual Violence Intake and Support Coordinator. She is the first person you will speak to if you reach out to us for support. Using a trauma-informed approach, she is there just to have a chat, letting you direct the flow of conversation, and inform you of your options.
Office: Mackenzie Chown Block E
**UPDATE: Aryan will be taking appointments off-campus over Microsoft Teams. You do not have to be on-campus to talk to her, nor does the incident need to have occurred on campus for you to talk about it. Please email her to set up an appointment.**
Peer 2 Peer Support Team
- Connecting individuals with sexual violence support
- Providing informal and formal opportunities to disclose or talk about sexual violence
- Leading educational workshops on sexual violence
- Facilitating sexual violence training throughout Brock
Due to on-campus restrictions, our support services will take place online. Click here to join our weekly summer drop-in sessions.