Sex Ed Rescue (Cath Hakanson) has been featured in many media outlets both nationally (Australia) and internationally. These stories include both print, radio and video.
If you are interested in contacting her for any media appearances or interviews, you can send an email to cath (at) sexedrescue (dot) com or here. She will respond in less than 24 hours.
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 10 years trying to unravel why parents (herself included) struggle with sex education. Her solution was to create Sex Ed Rescue, an online resource that simplifies sex education and helps parents to empower their children with the right information about sex, so kids can talk to them about anything, no matter what.
Cath has lived all over Australia but currently lives in Perth with her partner, 2 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!
Featured as #3 in the Top 15 Sex Education Blogs And Websites To Follow In 2019
Facebook Group: 3k+
Youtube Channel Puberty Talk: 1.3k+
Media Sheet & Rate sheet available on request.
Cath offers different advertising packages for your brand depending on your advertising objective.
One of the most effective ways we can work together is through a Sponsored Post. These include helpful information featuring your brand. Different from other forms of advertising, a blog post offers both a personal and trusted voice as well as longevity of your brand’s message.
Other ways we can partner include product reviews, giveaways, videos, brand ambassador, social media mentions and campaigns.
Contact Cath for more information: cath (at) sexedrescue (dot) com or here.
Below you will find the various sites that Sex Ed Rescue has been featured in.
What to do about child masturbation (hands down the pants) - January 2017
What to do when your child is 'playing doctor' - November 2016