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Learn about and request Planned Parenthood's educational programs below. 

Sexuality Educator Antiracist Training (SEAT)

Intended audience: Professionals who work in sex education and health education fields; sexuality therapists and counselors; peer educators

Developed by the Institute for Sexuality & Intimacy, LLC, Sexuality Educator Antiracist Training (SEAT) empowers sexuality educators with skills to confront, interrupt, de-construct, and challenge racism in sexuality attitudes and education, across all types of curricula.

SEAT is an answer to the question, "What do I do when a racist incident happens under my supervision — whether I or someone else was the source of harm?" This intensive training offers an experiential approach to antiracist practices from a pluralistic viewpoint that goes beyond centering whiteness. Please list this program by name to request a consultation with our Education Department.

Teen Advocates for Sexual Health

Since 2000, Teen Advocates for Sexual Health (TASH) has been our most successful sex education program to date. TASH is a youth group supporting high school teens making a difference in their communities. TASH students represent diverse backgrounds, and is open to high schoolers from the St. Louis area, Southwest Missouri, Southeast Missouri, and Southwest Illinois. TASH meetings run throughout the academic school year.

Training for Professionals Who Work with Youth

Intended audience: Professionals who work with young people (middle school through early 20s), such as school counselors, coaches, health teachers, after-school program leaders, youth mentors, etc.

This training is designed for professionals who provide youth with sexual health information, formally or informally. The training prepares professionals to become “askable”, trustworthy adults in a young person’s life.  The training reviews relevant and common concerns, and prepares participants to respond to questions compassionately and effectively.  Please list this program by name to request a consultation with our Education Department.

Training for Medical Staff

Intended audience: Medical staff, residents, physicians, and clinicians.

This training introduces culturally humble practices and keys to taking a sexual health history and screening for trauma and abuse.  This training offers experiential learning with a chance to build skills around addressing sexual health history and concerns with patients, with a specific inclusion of LGBTQ patients.  The training briefly reviews the impact of racism, heteronormativity, and cisgenderism in medicine, and may focus more on specific populations, such as teens and older adults, as requested. Please list this program by name to request a consultation with our Education Department.

INclued Youth Workshop

Intended Audience: LGBTQ+ youth ages 14-21

The INclued program is an evidence-based sexual health education program designed to reduce unintended pregnancies and/or sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) among lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and/or queer and questioning (LGBTQ) young people. The program focuses on sexual health care, safer sex, and health care advocacy.


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