Raising Sexually Healthy Children: Birth to 10 yearsTuesday March 13, 2012 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Street: 290 Tuttle Road at CumberlandTown Hall CityState Zip: Cumberland, Maine04021
Phone: Call Susan FMI: 756-4278
The Cumberland/North Yarmouth Family Network Care Committee presents:
Raising Sexually Healthy Children
Anyone not know where to begin? Let's talk before we have to. Come for a fun and interactive evening and discuss raising sexually healthy children. This talk will focus on birth to age 10 years but parents of older children can benefit.
Sandy Lovell, independent sexuality consultant and Jennifer Wiessner, LCSW, Sex Therapist, will be providing a relaxed environment for parents to consider how to navigate those moments.
Come to CumberlandTown Hall on Tuesday, March 13. Program begins at 7PM. Reserving a seat is recommended. Seats can be reserved by emailing Susan at email@example.com
Town Hall is located at 290 Tuttle Road, Cumberland Center
Sandy Lovell is an independent consultant with more than 20 years experience advocating, consulting and training on issues related to sexuality. From her initial work as a trainer for Planned Parenthood of Northern New England to her most recent leadership role as Director of Education for the Family Planning Association of Maine, Sandy puts educators, decision makers and parents at ease, injecting intelligence and humor into an often-sensitive subject.
Jennifer Wiessner is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker whose North Yarmouth, Maine-based private practice focuses on achieving healthy sexuality for her clients. Jennifer's goal is to assist those with sexual dissatisfaction to experience the joys of healthy intimacy and sexual health. Jennifer currently works with couples and individuals and provides consultation sessions for parents wishing to encourage developmentally healthy sexuality in their children. In addition, Jennifer has participated in many advanced trainings including being a member and only therapist of the inaugural class of the Sexual Health Scholars Program for medical students conducted by the American Medical Students Association. This six month intensive program focused on sex