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Sexuality Education Training for Parents of Children with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities
Parents are often responsible for educating their children about sexuality, yet many parents may not be prepared to teach these topics. Sexuality education is critical for children with intellectual disabilities, who may be vulnerable to sexual abuse and sexual behavior outcomes. Families can learn to educate their child about sexuality.
Deborah L. Rooks-Ellis, PhD & Nicole Achey, PhD, CRC
Alice Holland PhD, NP-C, CSE & Keith Lindenburg, Communication Executive
How to Make Your Business Stand Out from the Crowd
SEA Change in Sex Education Through Community
Kim Cook, RN, CHES & Amy Lang, MA
A Powerful Technology for Sexuality Educator Training
Regina Firpo-Triplett, MPH, CNC, MCHES & Lane Edwards, MPH
FREE Sex Ed Networking Session
Creating Cultures of Consent
What Parents and Educators Need to Know
Dr. Laura McGuire
Ready, Set, Facilitate!
Zoom Skills for Sexuality Educators
As sexual health professionals, we have critical content to share with our audiences! And given the many roles we juggle, we may not have received time, support, and strategies to amplify our facilitation skills, as it relates to preparing for and creating thought-provoking learning spaces. This lecture will dive into practical approaches to feel MORE than ready and set to facilitate!
Sameera Qureshi, MS, OTR
Helping Doctors and Other Healthcare Providers Talk about Sex
Patients bring sexual health concerns to their doctor. Many medical professionals want to help their patients, but were not trained on how to have conversations about sex and sexuality. This lecture will address how to educate doctors to take an effective sexual history and address patient sexual health concerns.
Remi Newman, MA
Building Capacity for Sexual Consent
Discussions of consent are a vital part of sexuality education, and this is no different for people with disabilities. Protection from exploitation must be balanced against the right to sexual expression, with an emphasis on building a person’s capacity to give informed consent. This lecture will examine several models for determining sexual consent. Participants will apply consent criteria to several case studies and discuss strategies for improving a person’s consent abilities.
Bill Taverner, MA, CSE
1:1 Sex Ed as the Foundation of Sex Coaching
Sex coaching is based on the foundation of competent 1:1 sex education. Using a humanistic sexological approach (with sample cases), this lecture presents how to apply the Britton MEBES© system to create comprehensive assessments of clients’ blockages then craft effective action steps toward resolution and healing for clients’ sexual fulfillment.
Dr. Patti Britton
Wheel of Context for Sexuality Education
In our roles as sexuality educators, we often face opposing forces within the community. Wheel of context offers a framework for sexuality education given by activists, advocates, and practitioners on the ground. Informed by a global perspective, and anyone can customize it to their own setting.
Dr. Sara Nasserzadeh
Finally, An Easy Roadmap to a Biopsychosocial Model of Female Sexuality
It is essential for sex educators to have complete information about the physiological and medical components of women’s sexuality. This lecture, based on the new book Sex Points: Reclaim Your Sex Life with the Revolutionary Multipoint System, covers these areas clearly and provides proven behavioral and psychological insights that women, at every age, should know to feel empowered in their sex lives.
Bat Sheva Marcus, PhD
Sex Ed Jeopardy
Goody Howard, MSW, MPH
The Sex Lives of College Students
Three Decades of Attitudes and Behaviors
This presentation will highlight the results of a human sexuality survey administered over the past 30 years to thousands of University of Maine college students. Responses by nearly 7,000 college students between the ages of 18-22 will be presented, including attitudes and behaviors, as well as trends over time.
Dr. Sandra L. Caron
The Science of Babies
Getting Early Childhood Sexuality Education Right
Adults in the US often misinterpret the spontaneous questions young kids ask about their origins as being about “sex,” when in reality children are simply wondering out loud about scientific ideas related to time, space, movement, and causation. As a result, parents and schools end up teaching even the most basic of concepts about human reproduction years after children are “ready.”
Deborah Roffman, MS, CSE
Sex Ed Lessons from COVID-19
Despite a multitude of challenges presented by the pandemic, sexuality educators have found innovative ways to reach youth and adults with information and skills needed to make healthy decisions about their sexual health, link them to services, and advocate on their behalf. This presentation summarizes tips and recommendations gathered from a survey of 51 sexuality educators.
Lori A. Rolleri, MSW, MPH
Dr. Tanya Bass
Bill Taverner, MA
Demystifying Surrogate Partner Therapy
Surrogate Partner Therapy. Many people have never heard of it. Even when someone has heard of it, it is often misrepresented and misunderstood. In this presentation, an experienced surrogate partner takes us beyond media portrayals, reviewing both the specifics of this modality and its healing potential.
Barriers to Sex Education
A Disability Perspective
People with disabilities face numerous barriers in their lifetime, including structural, social, and political. The phrase “nothing about us without us” truly applies when addressing accessibility and sex education. By using a universal design model, presentations and materials become accessible to a broader audience, including those with and without disabilities.
Anna Cathryn Olle
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