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

These workshops assist practitioners to better support and understand the needs of clients and families. As a professional, it is really challenging to remain up-to-date on the latest trends in sexual health education. We offer the opportunity to engage with the most current information and to have collaborative conversations with colleagues. New knowledge and understanding will allow you to better serve your clients and their communities.

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

How to Talk to Your Kids About Pornography

For: Parents and Professionals

Description:

It is not a question if your child/children will view pornography, it is a question of when.

 

Schools and families must intentionally filter out inappropriate sexual images so that they are not viewed by children. Nearly 50% of children who see pornography by accident say they can't forget that first image.

 

According to a 2018 study in NZ (Youth and Porn) 25% of kids under age 12 have accessed pornography. The largest group of viewers of internet pornography is children aged 12-17. The biggest problem with our kids seeing pornography isn't that it's about sex, but that it's about unrealistic sex.  

 

Want to learn more about the long-term impacts of pornography viewing?

 

Want to learn how to talk to your kids?  Then this workshop is for you!

Sexual Health Education for Children with Special Needs (K-7)

For: Parents and Professionals

In this workshop, you'll learn about:

  • What is sexuality?
     

  • Why teach sexual health education early?
     

  • Why teach sexual health education to children with special needs?
     

  • Why children with special needs are at greater risks of sexual abuse
     

  • Other risk factors
     

  • What children need to know and when
     

  • Why we need to be proactive rather than reactive
     

  • Modifying sexuality topics
     

  • Delivery methods
     

  • Resources, books, Apps, etc.

Sexual Health Education for Teens with Special Needs in Grade 8+

For: Parents and Professionals

Description:

  • What is sexuality?
     
  • The Circles of Sexuality
     

  • Messaging directed towards youth with special needs
     

  • Why teach sexual health education to teens with special needs?
     

  • Risk factors
     

  • Teaching to chronological age as opposed to cognitive age.
     

  • What teens need to know and when
     

  • Modifying sexuality topics
     

  • Delivery methods
     

  • Resources, books, Apps, etc.

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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