1 person 1 workshop - 250 lei

1 person 2 workshops - 400 lei

1 couple 1 workshop - 400 lei

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Saturday 19 March 2016 – Parents conference (10.00 – 14.30)

The conference is dedicated to parents of children of all ages (from birth to 18 years)

Sexual education coming from parents at the appropriate age could help children:

  • Start their sexual life later – at a safety age
  • Make correct decisions about their sex life
  • Have safe and emotionally safe sex
  • Etc

Among the subjects:

The 5 stages of sexual development – how to we talk with children about sex at each of them

The puberty changes and how parents could talk with their children about them

Strategies for positioning yourself as primary source of information for your child, thus insuring that they receive the correct info and they avoid the incomplete and erroneous info coming from peers and the internet

At the end of the conference:

You will have a better information on the subject of sex education

You will be more relaxed and feel more in control with the subject

You will know the children’s most frequent anxieties and dilemmas regarding sex, that they do not generally verbalize, and you will know how to approach them

Sunday 20 March 2016 – Specialists conference

Do you work with kids that are not your own and you are trapped between knowing that they need sex education and the worry that you may step on a sensitive family value.

If you are a teacher, a child doctor, a child psychologist and you want to know

  • Why some of the sexual related behaviors appear in your classroom and how they will diminish with correct sexual education
  • How the lack of sex education may be at the heart of some of teens anxieties and misbehaviors
  • What is the age appropriate information for children to have?
  • How to plead the importance of sexual education to the other decision factors: the school administration, parents

Come to find out how you can help children by giving the proper and correct information they need while respecting the family values and believes.

Among the subjects:

Techniques of speaking about sex education with children from preschool to teenage years

The five stages of sexual development: preschool, primary school, middle school, teens and adulthood

Influencing the decision makers about the importance of sexual education

The speaker

Although she is now semi-retired and four decades have passed since she began her pioneering work in the field, Meg Hickling is still recognized, not least amongst her peers, as one of Canada's foremost authorities on and advocate for sexual health and education. Indeed, her reputation is international in scope.

She has authored two bestselling books which have been described by her colleagues as the resources for parents wishing to talk to their children about sexual health. Speaking of Sex - Are You Ready to Answer the Questions Your Kids Will Ask? [1996, Northstone] was the first was on the top ten list of non -fiction books in British Columbia ( B.C.) for years.

While much of Meg's work has involved interactions with parents, or groups of parents or grandparents, and children her ability to convey her message with gentle humor has attracted invitations from professional groups such as lawyers, doctors, teachers, clergy, social workers, therapists, as well as college and university students and others such as police and firefighters whose work may result in them having to deal with family life issues. Upon the award of an honorary degree at The University of British Columbia in 2002, it was estimated that that in the course of a year she addressed as many as ten thousand parents, children, health care professionals and others. She has provided workshops for synagogues. Mosques and churches of virtually every denomination, helping them to understand the sexual development of children and young people and to develop programs to deal with the problems to which that give rise.

Meg has received many awards and commendations, locally, provincially, nationally and internationally. The Vancouver Sun newspaper named her as" One of the Top 100 British Columbians of the century". In 1992 she received the Y.W.C.A.'s Woman of Distinction Award for Health and Education. In 1994, she was recognized by her profession with the Registered Nurses of B.C.'s Award of Excellence, and by the B.C. Council for the Family for “Distinguished Service to the Families of B.C. Three years later she was inducted into the Order of British Columbia. In 1999 she received the Canadian Home and School Foundation’s Health Award. Then, in 2002 her contribution to Canada was marked by the award of membership of the Order of Canada [C.M.]. That was followed in the same year by the conferment of an honorary degree of Doctor of Laws by the University of British Columbia. She also received the medals awarded to distinguished Canadians on the occasions of the Queen’s Golden and Diamond Jubilees.


9.15 - Registration and coffee

10.00 - 12.00 - First Session

12.00 - 12.30 - Break

12.30 - 14.30 - Second Session

Administrative details:

Please be there before 9.45 so that you could register and we could start the conference on time.

Unfortunately, we do not have child caring facilities. We apologize for this inconvenience

The conference will take place entirely in English.

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