Here’s a list of the great programs we offer. In the past, we have presented these presentations to freshman and upperclassmen halls, sororities, fraternities, student organizations, etc. If you would like to request a program we already offer, scroll down to the bottom and fill out the contact form with your name, your email, the presentation you want to see, and a few times you would like to see it.
If you would like to request a program that is not on this list, we are more than willing to work with you! Just fill out the form below and indicate you’d like us to create a new program for you.
Better Sex in 15 Minutes: for Men or Women
This program is a quick guide on how to make sex more satisfying for you and your partner. The program covers barrier methods to help prevent STIs and includes an interactive condom demo. The program also touches on sexual positions and how to communicate with your partner to help make sex better.
Better Sleep in 15 minutes
This program is great for any time in the semester! Learn about sleep cycles, how to get better sleep, and how to take more productive naps. Plus, find out how to relax, even while in class.
Stress Management in 15 minutes
This program explains what stress is and describes how different types of stressors affect one’s health. After the program, students will be able to identify personal positive and negative stressors and will have new strategies for daily stress management.
Love on the Rocks
This fun, informative, and interactive program will explore the consequences of mixing alcohol and sex, as well as debunk some of the misperceptions surrounding this issue. This is a great program for a co-ed audience as it challenges attitudes and fosters communication between the sexes.
This interactive program uses a jeopardy format to deliver important sexual health information. Complete with hand buzzers for each team, the topics include STIs and contraception, with categories such as “Bed Bugs” and “No Glove, No Love.”
Sexual Myth Debunking
This program tackles common sexual myths, including the myth that everyone at college is having sex and that two condoms are better than one. This program also covers topics to help make sex a safer, more enjoyable experience.
Depression in Men and Women
Depression can often look and feel completely different for men and women. This program utilizes an interactive and honest discussion about the similarities and differences between how men and women experience and cope with depression, while also providing advice and guidance for those with friends who need help.
Think Positive: The Surprising Mental Health Benefits of Smiles, Skipping, and a Sunny Disposition
‘Positive thinking’ too often represents an oversimplification of what we know to be true: a positive outlook on life can be an effective motivator and stress-reliever. This program reclaims and repositions ‘positive thinking’ for the W&M student, offering thoughtful and fun activities as tools to reflect on how positive thinking can help you.
Learn about one of the newest and most controversial drug abuse trends: the abuse of prescription stimulants like Adderall and Ritalin for the purpose of studying longer and more effectively. The audience will be given anonymous clickers to decide for themselves if it is ethical or not, and HOPE members will present all of the facts to help make an informed decision the next time you have to cram for an exam.
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