|Date:||Tuesday, April 16, 2019|
|Time:||2:00 p.m. until 3:00 p.m.|
|Trainer:||Katherine McLaughlin, M.Ed., CSE|
We know the rates of sexual assault among people with developmental disabilities is staggering high. We also know that sexuality education is so important for all people whether they have history of abuse or not.
This tells us there is a very high chance you will have people in your class, or that you work with, with a history of abuse. How do you create a sexuality education class that is trauma informed and provides a safe place to learn and reduces the risk of triggers?
This online workshop will explore this topic and give you tips and tools for making it safe for all participants.
Define trauma informed sexuality education
Explore ways to create a trauma informed environment for teaching sexuality to people with developmental disabilities
This is a 1 hour online workshop. We use a video conference platform (Ring Central, powered by Zoom) to deliver the workshop.
There will be opportunity for questions and live engagement with the facilitator.
Workshop led by: Katherine McLaughlin, M.Ed., CSE is a national expert and trains individuals, staff, and parents on sexuality and developmental disabilities. She teaches sexuality education to people with DD/ID as well as trains them to be peer sexuality educators themselves. Katherine is the author of an agency and school curriculum: Sexuality Education for People with Developmental Disabilities, and has developed two online courses; one to train professionals, Developmental Disability and Sexuality 101, and one for parents: Talking to Your Kids: Developmental Disabilities and Sexuality. Katherine has spent her career trying to elevate the status of all people, which is why the new name for her growing company is Elevatus Training.