Talking about Healthy Sexuality: The 3 W's

A Four-part Virtual Conversation

  • Who starts the conversation
  • What should be included
  • When to start

The Institute on Disabilities at Temple University and Milestone Centers are sponsoring a-four part conversation around talking to your child, youth or adult, about healthy sexuality. The series will focus on strategies for beginning and keeping the sex education conversations going, introduction of the "Good-Hearted Living" model in platonic and romantic relationships, and how to understand virtual consent.

Dates: April 7, 14, 21, and 28, 2021

Time: 7:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.

Attend any or all of the sessions. Registration is required for each session.

Conversation Leaders:

  • Beverly L Frantz, PhD, and Parris A Boyd, LSW, Institute on Disabilities at Temple University
  • Lori A Sachs, Behavioral Health Specialist, Milestone Centers Inc., Health Care Quality Unit West

Session One


April, 2021

Talking about healthy sexuality can be uncomfortable for many people. This session will address how to start a conversation, how to answer questions and what topics to start with.

Session One - Register

Session Two


April 14, 2021

The Good-Hearted Living model will be explored. Examples of how each of the seven steps can incorporate positive thinking and joy into our day-to-day living.

Session Two - Register

Session Three


April 21, 2021

This session will explore the intersection between the Good-Hearted Living model and healthy sexuality.

Session Three - Register

Session Four


April 28, 2021

COVID has helped to redefine consent, especially virtual consent. To have healthy relationships there need to be good boundaries and positive consent. How is that achieved virtually?

Session Four - Register

Co-Sponsor:
Milestone Centers logo
Milestone Centers, Inc.


For more information, please contact

iod@temple.edu
215-204-1356 | TTY: 215-204-1805

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