Foundations of Wellness in Safety: Emotional, Social, and Physical Safety Needs

Traditional education around safety focus almost exclusively on aspects of physical safety. We recognize all dimensions of wellness as integral to wellbeing and view safety as a basic human need. This session will explore addressing safety concerns through the lenses of emotional and social wellbeing. Participants will identify strategies to support their emotional, social, and physical wellbeing while learning additional resources to aid them in creating safety individually and as a community.


Objective 1: Students, faculty, and staff will identify their own needs for emotional, social, and physical safety as demonstrated in individual reflection opportunities during the session.

Objective 2: Students, faculty, and staff will learn at least three resources to aid them in meeting their safety needs on campus by identifying resources applicable to scenarios during the presentation.

Objective 3: Students, faculty, and staff will hear and recognize their options to protect their own emotional, social, and physical safety rights as well as the legal boundaries that inform those rights by correctly identifying parameters based on scenarios by sharing them in the group discussion.


Presented by:

Detective Natasha Greene
Engagement and Inclusion Officer
Police Department, Iowa State University

Room: 3580

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