Back to Basics
Struggling to talk to your kids about sex?
This free online course helps parents get the right information and deliver sex education the right way.
Want to know how to talk to your kids about sex (in ways that don’t feel awkward or too much information)?
When it comes to sex education, many parents don’t know where to start… so they don’t. Or they wait longer than they should.
I’d like to change that.
Introducing Back to Basics. It’s 5 part email series that gives parents (like you) a solid foundation for sex education.
You will learn
What sex education actually is (and it’s much more than you think it is).
Why parents need to talk to their kids about sex (before someone else does it for you).
How to get over the 5 most common blocks that stop parents from talking to their kids about sex.
What sex education needs to include (the essentials).
How to get started with simple strategies.
It’s free. It’s helpful. And it’s delivered in 5 bite-sized chunks direct to your inbox.
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What others are saying
CATH HAKANSON | Registered Nurse | Midwife | Post-Graduate Certificate in Sexual Health & Venereology | Masters of Health Promotion | Post-Graduate Diploma of Sexology | Cert IV in Assessment & Workplace Training | Cert IV Relationship Education
Cath Hakanson has been talking to clients about sex for the past 25 years as a nurse, midwife, sex therapist, researcher, author and educator. She’s spent the past 15 years trying to unravel why parents (herself included) struggle with sex education. Her solution was to create Sex Ed Rescue, an online resource for parents looking for a better way to talk about sex so they can empower their child to make smart sexual decisions.
Cath has lived all over Australia but currently lives in Perth with her partner, two children, and ever-growing menagerie of pets. Despite having an unusual profession, she bakes, sews, and knits for sanity, collects sexual trivia, and tries really hard not to embarrass her children in public. Well, most of the time anyway!