Planned Parenthood

Middle & East Tennessee

Sexuality Education Programs


Our professional community educators present single or multiple-session workshops for youth, students, adults, parents, and health professionals. Programs are evidence-based, interactive and are customized to meet the age, ability and needs of the audience. We are also available for health fairs and community outreach events.

For more information or to arrange a session for your group, please call PPMET's Education and Training Department:

Nashville area: 615.345.0952
Knoxville area: 865.231.9694

Youth and Community Programs

For youth and young adults, we offer presentations on all aspects of sexuality including abstinence, puberty, safer sex practices, sexual decision-making, healthy relationships and more. Each presentation is tailored to the age and needs of the audience. Please contact the Education and Training Department in your area to discuss arranging and tailoring a session for your group.

Promoting Healthy Decisions (P.H.D.) for Teens

Our Promoting Healthy Decisions (P.H.D.) series fosters a "higher understanding" of sexuality and reproductive health including all the basics and beyond. P.H.D. for Teens is a customizable, multiple-session workshop that addresses issues including pregnancy prevention, reproductive anatomy, STIs, and healthy relationships.

Programs for Parents

We provide training and one-on-one consultations for parents on talking with children and teens about sexuality issues, including topics such as: teaching your values; helping youth resist peer pressure; media awareness; answering difficult questions regarding sex and sexuality; and being an 'askable' adult.

Programs for Professionals

In addition to conducting periodic training sessions for professionals throughout the year, we also offer in-service training, one-on-one consultations and workshops on sexuality education skills such as: handling controversial topics; up to date knowledge on a variety of sexuality topics; creative activities to engage students; sensitivity to diversity; and enhancing comfort in teaching sexuality in a group.

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Sexuality Education Programs