Brittany and I had a miscommunication and I didn’t realize she had posted our podcast way back in May! I just got the chance to listen to it last weekend, Episode #25. It’s fabulous, and available anywhere you download your podcasts—or you can listen, or read the show notes here. I also listened to several other episodes, and I love them so much. Brittany has a wonderful way of bringing positivity and peace to difficult topics, which is exactly what we want as parents to be able to do. I highly recommend the entire podcast, and of course her website.
Category: Sexual Abuse
As is often the case approaching the summer, it’s been a scramble to plan activities and vacations. I finally have my summer course schedules finalized!
- Teaching Children Healthy Sexuality (Non-Denominational) starts Wednesday June 19th, 10-11:30am MST
- Teaching Children Healthy Sexuality (Church of Jesus Christ) starts Thursday June 27th, 10-11:30am MST
- Betrayal Trauma Healing Course 1 starts Monday July 8th, 10-11:30am MST
- Betrayal Trauma Healing Course 2 will follow Course 1 and start in September.
- Betrayal Trauma Boundaries Course starts Tuesday June 11th, 10-11:30am MST
For more details, check out the courses page. And email to sign up!
Summer can be crazy, if you have to miss a week, you can make it up, or a temporary recording can be made available (based on the consent of other participants).
If you want a course but can’t take it during the offered time, let me know, I’d love to try and accommodate you now or in the future. I do occasionally add additional courses.
The one area of sexual abuse that is not covered by this book is parent on child abuse. While this could be considered a flaw, the purpose of this book is to develop a pattern of healthy conversations between parents and children around sexuality.
I’m including this school abuse incident with permission, as there are valuable insights for parents, whether or not their child has experienced this type of situation.
A mom, who attended one of my presentations and who has been reading my book with her children, wrote me (we’ll call her Amy). She asked her oldest, a kindergartner, about school and her little girl (we’ll call her Bonnie) said a boy in class