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Sexuality and the Thinking Parent
August 7 @ 1:00 pm - 2:30 pm MDT
This is the companion discussion series to Sexuality and the Thinking Teen. Check it out here: https://thinkingteenssexuality.eventbrite.com
We will send out the Zoom link for all sessions one day before the first session. We’ll send weekly reminders after that. Please register by July 30 at 9:00 PM (MST).
Register here: https://thinkingteensparents.eventbrite.com
Day One – 7/31, Day Two – 8/7, Day Three – 8/8, Day Four – 8/14, Day Five – 8/15. We recommend attending all sessions, but if this doesn’t fit with your schedule, email email@example.com for individual session prices.
Talk frankly with other parents of 14 to 18-year-olds about teen and young adult sexuality. We will also give you tools for supporting your teen in thinking critically, creatively, and compassionately about their own lives and the world.
We will provide course outlines to participants in advance. This series is equally useful to parents of teens of all genders and sexual orientations.
Funded in part by the Philosophy Learning and Teaching Organization (PLATO) and the Longmont Community Foundation.
About Grey Havens Philosophy: Grey Havens Philosophy is a Colorado nonprofit that teaches people of all generations to think in ways that are critical, creative, caring, and collaborative. We do this by hosting fun and accessible philosophy discussions throughout our community and beyond. Philosophy is for everyone!
Our Lead Instructor:
Kelly Cowling is the founding director of Grey Havens Philosophy. Through her work as a sexual health educator and in social services as well as at Grey Havens Philosophy, she has been talking with kids, teens, and families about challenging topics for 24 years. She trained in Philosophy for Children (P4C) at Texas Wesleyan University.
Renee Beechen is a Registered Nurse with over a decade of experience in pediatrics, radiology, transfusion and emergency medicines. Her volunteer passions include international clinic-work and LGBTQIA+ causes. She is honored to assist Grey Havens Philosophy in developing a curriculum that teaches young adults “how to think, not what to think”.