Sex Educator Sessions:
The Practice of Being Trauma-Informed
Each person you encounter arrives with a rich history and body and mind full of experiences. While it is impossible to understand the depth of positive and negative experiences every soul has encountered, there are profound (yet often subtle) ways to align your words and expressions that embrace the needs of those who may need you the most.
To help you become a more trauma-informed educator and presenter, Ducky will share what she’s learned in her years of working with adults, and with survivors specifically. She will share stories of her experiences on and off stage, including her triumphs and the hard-won learning lessons that have helped her become a more trauma-informed Sex Educator.
This class will help you assess the depth of your professional empathy. You will learn how to assess your current work, build new presentations with trauma awareness in mind, and feel more confidence and joy when talking with audiences, whether of one or one hundred. Our ultimate goal is to better care for those who cross our paths.
Includes 1.5 hours of audio + power point.
This class is groomed specifically for sex education presenters, public speakers with some experience in sex education and public speaking. It is also ideal for anyone who owns or manages a venue (store, community center, university) where sex education is presented.
PAST PARTICIPANTS SAY:
"This was one of the most informative, heart-deepening and valuable classes I've ever taken as a Sex Educator. If you're a sex educator or anyone who speaks in front of audiences, I HIGHLY recommend taking it." -Elle Chase, author of Curvy Girl Sex: Body-Positive Positions to Empower Your Sex Life
"It was nothing less than phenomenal. I love teaching, writing, coaching, and inspiring and... I love learning and growing. This class stretched me -- in a good way!" -Dr. Gayle Friend