Comprehensive Sexual Health Education (CSHE) is a best practice framework, and has been deemed a human right by the World Health Organization. According to Action Canada, currently youth seldom receive best practice CSHE currently. In this session teachers will learn what CSHE is, why it's valuable, and how to execute a sexual health unit that is trauma informed, inclusive, age appropriate and accurate. Teacher's will walk about with a packet of resources to support their implementation.
Participants should come with an open mind, and be ready to participate in an interactive online session.
This session is full.
Carlie McPhee (she/her), owner and operator of The Whole SHEbang: Sexual Health Education, has been working in the Sexual & Reproductive Health field as a specialized sexual health educator for over 9 years. She has a Bachelor of Kinesiology in Leadership in Pedagogy and Coaching from the University of Calgary and a Graduate Certificate in Sexual Health from the University of Alberta.
Carlie has experience facilitating sexual health education to youth and adults in classrooms across various settings and areas, rehabilitation programs, and professional development for service providers. Carlie has supported Sexual Health research for the University of Calgary and the University of British Columbia. She is specialized in comprehensive sexual health education for secondary grades, and for youth with diverse abilities.