and Sex Education
By focusing solely on risk and prevention, sex education programs often alienate and shame youth who have had sex or experienced sexual violence. This workshop will address the need for trauma-informed sex education and strategies for adapting existing interventions.
1. Describe the impact of shaming media messages on youth who have experienced trauma
2. List the six components of a trauma informed approach
3. Explain a trauma informed approach as applied to sexuality education
Stephanie Hebert is a dynamic health education specialist with over 20 years of experience in public health. Her passion in creating positive and supportive environments for sex education are informed by her strong working knowledge in brain development and behavior, trauma-informed approaches, LGBTQ youth and inclusivity. Whether facilitating a training, planning a program or writing curricula, Stephanie approaches every project from a holistic perspective and with her strongly held belief that everyone deserves to be treated as a whole and not as a collection of their parts.
Wednesday, October 4, 2017
10:30am - 12:00pm
Ruiz Branch Library, 1600 Grove Blvd., Austin, TX 78741
1.5 CEU's will be available for social work, psychology, counseling, LMFT and LCDC.
To register for this event, please go to: https://one.bidpal.net/ticsexeducation
If you have any questions please contact Sara Walters at firstname.lastname@example.org or