Becoming an Askable Adult Series

Attention Widener University Students:
 
Do you work or plan to work with young people?
 
Do you know what to do when a young person asks you about: puberty, gender identity, relationships, or bullying? 
 
Askable Adults is a nine-session program that educates individuals on how to talk to young people about topics of sex and sexuality in a culturally and developmentally appropriate way. Discussion topics will include issues of intimacy, gender identity, sexuality, reproductive health, and sexualization. The workshops will provide training on how to use teachable moments, prevent bullying or abuse, and provide age and culturally appropriate messages about sexuality. This program is for individuals who work with, or plan to work with, youth in any capacity. 
 
If you are interested, please fill out this survey and an ISRC staff will contact you later about times for the workshop. 
 
Questions? Contact us at isrc@mail.widener.edu or call at 610-499-1156 or find us on Facebook: Interdisciplinary Sexuality Research Collaborative

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