EMBODY offers a wide variety of training opportunities and resources for professionals, including educators, health care providers, social workers, case managers, youth workers, and others who want to improve their ability to address sexuality issues with students, patients, clients, or participants. Continuing education units/credits are offered for some training opportunities, as noted.
Upcoming Training Opportunities
• Fall 2013 Training Series: Sexuality across the Lifespan
Workshops will be held in Milwaukee each Tuesday, October 22 – November 12, from 9 AM to 1 PM
Online registration available.
• We’ll be taking a Spring 2014 Training Tour around the state – more information to come soon!
• Safe Healthy Strong 2014 Conference – SAVE THE DATE August 4-8, 2014 in Milwaukee.
• FREE Lunch ‘n’ Learn webinars every other month starting December 2013 – more information to come soon!
Connect with EMBODY
For more information about training opportunities or to schedule a training for your group, organization, or agency, contact Education@ppwi.org or call 608-251-6587 ext. 1.
Stay in touch with EMBODY and stay up-to-date on training opportunities, recent data and research, new curricula and interventions, and other resources related to sexual health and healthy sexuality:
• Follow us on Facebook and Twitter.
• Sign-up to receive our monthly e-newsletter or parent newsletter.
Maurice Ritz Resource Center – Check out our collection of books, journals, DVDs, curricula, and other sexuality education resources on WISCAT.
Technical Assistance – Interested in offering comprehensive sexuality education to your students or participants? Having challenges addressing certain sexuality issues with patients or clients? EMBODY staff has expertise and experience regarding a wide variety of sexuality issues, including adolescent sexuality, parent-child communication about sexuality, inclusive sexuality education, and tailored sexuality education for various audiences, such as LGBTQ+ youth, adolescents and adults with disabilities, and Latino communities. Our staff has provided consultation and assistance to hospitals, federally-qualified health centers, community organizations, school districts, federally-funded teen pregnancy prevention programs, and parent groups.