Learn More about Sustaining Healthy Relationships


October is Relationship Violence Awareness Month! Everyone deserves a safe and healthy relationship.

3183Gc7atAL__SL500_AA300_ This free, online course includes five modules. It was developed  for Carolina undergraduate and graduate students who are    interested in learning how to create and sustain healthy  relationships in LGBTQ communities.

While the information is applicable to people of all sexual orientations and gender identities, these modules are centered on the experiences of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender/Trans*, Intersex, Queer, Questioning, Two Spirit, and Same Gender Loving communities. This course explores the unique challenges faced by people who are involved in same-sex relationships or where one or more person(s) identifies as transgender. Relationships can take many forms, as discussed in section one of this module.

These modules were developed as a collaboration between the LGBTQ Center and Student Wellness at The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Thanks to Student Government’s Student Safety and Security Committee for funding the development of the modules in Spring 2013.

To log in, the module asks for your first name, last initial, and email address.

  • If you choose to log in with your email address, you may leave the training at any time and return at your convenience.  The module will remember where you left off.
  •  If you enter as a “guest” and do not provide your name or email, your content will not be saved and you will not have the opportunity to complete the assessments.

To access the module, please click here. Contact Kelli Raker (raker@email.unc.edu) or Terri Phoenix (tphoenix@email.unc.edu) for more info.

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