Become a Sexuality Educator and Trainer
This 3-day certificate training is for anyone who works with people with developmental disabilities and wants to lead sexuality education classes and staff/parent trainings.
Increase your skill and comfort level when addressing sexuality with people with developmental disabilities.
Don’t miss this opportunity to get the training and support you need to make a difference in the lives of people with developmental disabilities.
“We hosted Katherine’s training with over 25 of our providers in attendance. I also participated in the training and found it to be absolutely incredible. Katherine’s very easy to understand curriculum and her open style of teaching made the workshop especially valuable. Many of the providers who attended are now going on to develop their own sex ed groups for the individuals we serve.”
Rhiannon Maycumber, MSW
Community Education and Training Specialist
Westside Regional Center
2019 Dates and Locations
Early registration discount available. These trainings sell out fast, so register now.
March 6-8, 2019 in Atlanta Georgia – Click here to learn more or register
March 25-27, 2019 in Torrance, CA (LA area) – click here to learn more or register
May 1-3, 2019 in Denver, CO – click here to learn more or register
May 22-24, 2019 in Duluth, MN – click here to learn more or register
“This is wonderful and everyone that works with individuals with disabilities should come to this training.” – Jennifer Hayes
“This was the best training I’ve ever attended. It was so engaging. Have a lot of great materials to bring back with me. Thoughtfully conducted.” – Worcester participant.
“After attending this training, I have the tools and knowledge to embark upon the journey of teaching on the subject of Human Sexuality. I had fun, laughed and built friendships that will last a lifetime. One of the first experiences educating a group on this topic after completing the training, I made large poster that said, ‘Your body is your own.’ A young person approached me after our time together and asked if they could take a picture of the poster. ‘I want to show this to my girlfriend because she tries to put the sex on me.’
“I knew this was an important conversation we were having and am so happy to have been given the tools to mindfully guide this young person along the journey of self-advocacy. When we take the fear and stigma away from the topic of “sex” we are able to educate and begin to have meaningful conversations that are empowering.” – Maggie Rollwagen – MSW