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Sexuality workshop this Friday at the University of St. Thomas

TeenGroupHangOutwebOnline registration is closed for "Sexuality: Breaking the Taboo and Learning How To Talk About It", a workshop from 8:30 a.m.-4 p.m. on Friday, Feb. 17, 2017 at the University of St. Thomas's St. Paul Campus. Walk-in registration is available on site, space permitting.

This innovative workshop presented by Melissa Keyes Di-Gioia, a Certified Sexuality Educator, will give parents and caregivers valuable strategies for conversing about sexuality, relationships, and values. It also will help educators learn how to talk with families about sharing information on sexuality, as well as how to seek permission for discussing this topic in the classroom. CEUs and certificates of attendance will be available for participants. Click here for more information.