Spring 2022 Parents & Caregivers as Sexuality Educators
Dates: Sundays, 12:00-1:30 pm, March 27 through May 29.
Are you ready to answer the difficult questions your children will ask? Have you thought about how to communicate your values around sexuality? Do you have unhealthy sexual scripts lingering from the messages you received from your family and friends?
The information and attitudes that adults share with their children—intentionally or by default—carry extraordinary power. It is a power that many adults struggle to wield effectively and confidently. Often, their own experiences, perspectives, and worries get in the way. Join us for Parents and Caregivers as Sexuality Educators, a new program is to help parents and caregivers to get comfortable with sexuality topic discussions with their children. These sessions invite you to find support and courage with one another.
Parents and Caregivers as Sexuality Educators consists of a series of up to 12 sessions (90 minutes each). The aim of the program is to help parents and caregivers to get comfortable with sexuality topic discussions with their children. Join Kirstin Nelson and Robin Slaw, Director of Religious Education, as we explore how to raise healthy children and youth! This group will meet in person at the Owen Brown Interfaith Center through May 22nd, then the possibility of converting to virtually on zoom.