There is this misconception out there that if we keep our kids sheltered and avoid certain topics we can preserve their innocence longer. 

 

In fact, it's just the opposite. 

If we have open honest discussions with our kids we actively prevent receiving misinformation that could be disturbing or scary to them. 

We help them avoid potentially harmful situations because they KNOW what is okay and what's not. We empower them to ask us for help when they feel scared or confused because we've taught them how to do so. We help them face the world with optimism, courage, and resilience because they, rightfully, believe they can handle it.

 

KNOWLEDGE IS POWER. 

Children don't lose innocence when they learn about things like divorce, death, sex, sexual orientation, pornography, abuse; or any of those "taboo" subjects. Rather, they gain confidence and feel empowered. They learn to trust you, build a deeper connection with you, and gain the ability (and desire) to be open and honest with you more often and without hesitation. You become a safe space for them and isn't that what we want? With that, you will eliminate shame, guilt, and secrecy-none of which are healthy for kids.

Let me help you gain the tools, the confidence, and the language to have these important conversations and empower you as a person and as a parent!

 

 

INTRODUCING TALKING TO YOUR KIDS ABOUT SEX AND SEXUALITY

A step-by-step guide taught by Therapist Rachel Tuchman on how to give your children the sexual education they need.

The research shows that kids who come from homes where there is open and honest conversation are less likely to engage in risky behaviors, tend to stay in school longer( lower rates of dropout), are more likely to have healthy relationships, and have overall better mental health. 
 
By leading these conversations you empower them to go out into the world, where they will inevitably learn about these things, with knowledge and tools to feel confident and stay safe (and you will always let them know that while you are giving them these tools, ultimately it is your job as their parent to keep them safe.)
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Topics Covered in This Course

 This course will walk you through the steps of building an open, positive and communicative relationship with your children and give you the tools to have important conversations around their bodies, relationships, sex, and sexuality.

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It is important that this information is accessible

Not everyone can afford to work one-on-one with a therapist. That is why we made sure this information was at a price point that was affordable.

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