These workshops focus on safety and abuse prevention. We can reduce the incidences of sexual abuse by teaching children to name their private body parts, helping them to identify the differences between safe, unsafe and secret touch, and supporting them to express a variety of emotions. These foundational skills make the world a safer place for children. 

Creating a Culture of

Child Protection Workshop

For: Educators, Parents, Social Workers,
and Caregivers of children of all ages

In this workshop, you'll learn:

  • ​Why we need to teach sexual health education early
     

  • What schools should be offering our primary aged children in terms of sexual abuse prevention
     

  • Common myths of sexual abuse
     

  • Types of sexual abuse
     

  • Statistics of sexual abuse (bring a Kleenex)
     

  • Who commits sexual abuse?
     

  • Incidences of reporting
     

  • The difference between a pedophile and molester

  • The profile of a predator
     

  • Stages of grooming a child
     

  • What transfer of responsibility looks like
     

  • Patterns of disclosure
     

  • Why kids don’t disclose
     

  • Normal sexual behaviour for preschool and primary aged kids.
     

  • Signs and symptoms of sexual abuse

Body Smart:
Right from the Start

For: Ages 3-10

Inviting All Scientists:

  • Lesson 1 – Private body part names (anatomically correct dolls, drawing of self in bathing suit, song, etc.)
     

  • Lesson 2 – Safe, unsafe and secret touch/private versus public (song, story, etc.)
     

  • Lesson 3 – Reproduction (how babies are made/how babies are born)
     

  • Lesson 4 – Consent (mutual, enthusiastic, freely given and ongoing YES!)
     

  • All lessons are fun, interactive and age appropriate.

To schedule an initial consultation, fill out our Needs Assessment.

To book Kerri to Speak at an event, connect with her here.

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We respectfully acknowledge the privilege of living, working and playing on the traditional territory of the Snuneymuxw People.