Consent Made Fun
Creating Safer Environments One Workshop at a Time
- Are you an educator?
- a sexual assault and harassment prevention coordinator?
- discover consent education that actually works!
- Concrete results that will create a more productive workspace!
- An interactive approach that is enjoyable, memorable and
Consent Culture Intro
A two hour experiential workshop that teaches ways to create consent culture. This workshop is appropriate for all genders and all ages above the age of 10. you are led through a series of partnered and group exercises that help you to practice healthy boundaries. These workshops are fun and full of laughter as well as an invitation to personal growth. you will become a pioneer in creating a world where consent is the norm. learn more about the benefits of attending this workshop just below.
Your Facilitator - Erica (Tika) Scott
"Rebuilding my boundaries has been a lifelong journey. Join me in creating a world where everyone's personal autonomy is honored."
- Erica (Tika) Scott
As a survivor of child sexual abuse, I know what it is to have one’s boundaries broken and be left with a shattered sense of personal autonomy. That is why I'm passionate about preventing this kind of damage by teaching consent and Healthy boundaries.
In this life I have been a mother, a web series creator and a business owner, as well as holding down a full time career in a male dominated industry. Several years ago a health crisis brought my busy life to a standstill. I found myself in bed for months, terrified that I would lose my job and my house. I was forced to revisit my priorities and saw that I had left my own Joy and pleasure off of my to do list. In order to move forward I had to find balance.I embarked on a journey of learning to slow down and love myself.My recovery led to the gift of healing lingering wounds and trauma from childhood.
I have always been a pioneer and an interrupter. I’m proud to say that my Consent Culture Intro Workshop is at the forefront of consent education technology. It quickly and clearly covers the bases of cultivating healthy and happy interactions. And it's fun! Participants laugh, effortlessly learning a new paradigm in relating. you will come away feeling empowered to meet the world in a new way.
What Participant's Learn in the Consent culture Intro workshop
How to Assert Your Boundaries
Participants will be guided through partnered and group exercises in which they will practice saying no and yes. individual exercises help bring clarity to the process of determining whether you're an authentic no or an authentic yes.
How to Graciously Accept Other's Boundaries
This is the key to Consent Culture! When we move beyond seeing "no" as a personal attack and instead see it as an honoring of self, we can create safety for everyone to be true to their authentic wants and needs.
Consent is collaboration
Participants have fun practicing the skills they have learned in paired and group exercises. You emerge as a proud pioneer and role model of Consent Culture.
"There are certain events, conversations and interactions that profoundly impact how we show up and have the ability to change our perception of the world. This was my experience of The Consent Culture Intro. The experience has greatly affected the newfound clarity I have regarding my yes's and my no's, and my ability to truly hear and accept others." - Danyale Thomas Ross
"Tika Scott is a thoughtful advocate for consent culture and her workshops are informative and refreshingly playful. Her message is straightforward and heartfelt, and delivered with humor, compassion, and a great deal of empathy and care. Participating in her workshop gives educators, organizers, and all types of participants at varying degrees of knowledge about consent culture space to ask questions, to question assumptions, and to develop vocabulary and tools for creating respectful relationships and environments for all. I was impressed with Tika's personal dedication to educating and broadening the scope of conversations about consent. Her proactive and compassionate voice would be an asset to any school, workplace, event or community hoping to create respectful dialogue and mutual understanding around issues of consent." - Vivian Best
I look forward to hearing from you!
The next Few months will be dedicated to finishing the book and creating an online course. I'm still available for workshops in western Canada..And I will travel if expenses are covered.
Check out these Links to my own youtube videos and other resources
My Videos (more to come)
Links to Other Resources
- Know Your IX
- National Sexual Violence Resource Center
- National Sexual Assault Hotline