Sept. 19th 2017 – Workshop – Raising Sexually Healthy Children

$35.00

When & Where

Tuesday – Sept. 19th 2017   7-9 pm

$35.00 per parenting couple

About

Talking to children about how babies are made makes most parents break out into a sweat. Most parents want to be the one to talk to their children about this, but don’t know how, when to start or are afraid they will say too much. As a sexuality educator, I help parents feel more comfortable and confident in talking about sex and sexuality with children and adolescents so they will be more likely to talk to their parents about anything as they get older.

What You Will Learn

  • What’s the best age to start the conversation? What if I give too much information?
  • What if they tell their friends?
  • How do I deal with my own discomfort?
  • What do I do if my child is expressing their gender atypically?
  • and so much more



Presenter

About the Author

Emi Canahuati

I help parents have positive, non-judgmental conversations with their children about sex and sexuality. I’m certified as a sexuality educator by AASECT (American Association of Sexuality Educators, Counselors and Therapists), and hold a Master’s Degree in counseling.

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When & Where

Tuesday – Sept. 19th 2017   7-9 pm

$35.00 per parenting couple

About

Talking to children about how babies are made makes most parents break out into a sweat. Most parents want to be the one to talk to their children about this, but don’t know how, when to start or are afraid they will say too much. As a sexuality educator, I help parents feel more comfortable and confident in talking about sex and sexuality with children and adolescents so they will be more likely to talk to their parents about anything as they get older.

What You Will Learn

  • What’s the best age to start the conversation? What if I give too much information?
  • What if they tell their friends?
  • How do I deal with my own discomfort?
  • What do I do if my child is expressing their gender atypically?
  • and so much more



Presenter

About the Author

Emi Canahuati

I help parents have positive, non-judgmental conversations with their children about sex and sexuality. I’m certified as a sexuality educator by AASECT (American Association of Sexuality Educators, Counselors and Therapists), and hold a Master’s Degree in counseling.