Jennifer on NBC Channel 6 News at 5 PM 10/20/17 on what we teach children about sexual assault
Sex Therapist speaks on how kids need sexuality ed before they can understand sexual assaulthttp://www.wcsh6.com/news/now-sex-therapist-on-talking-to-kids-about-harassment/484918797
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Jennifer Wiessner, Maine’s only licensed Sex Therapist, designed a workshop to support and empower our community by opening up a conversation on healthy sexuality. She envisioned an open conversation between friends and neighbors to discuss and raise the comfort level with speaking to their children about their bodies and their developing sexuality.
Catching Health with Diane Atwood podcast
(An interview with Jennifer Wiessner, LCSW, CST on Raising Sexually Healthy Children birth-8 years)
Fearless Parent Radio
Guest: Jennifer Wiessner, LCSW, AASECT
Host: Carla Atherton
Sex ed. Those two words are enough to have many of us running for the hills. Fall in, parents! Kids are consuming more media than ever before and the not-so-hidden messaging about sex is everywhere. Hate to break it to you but sex education is important for children BEFORE their school’s typical initiation in fifth grade. The good news is, it’s easier to talk about sex when children are younger. Legions of parents can tell you what happens if you wait too long — the never ending eye roll isn’t the half of it.
CLICK HERE to listen to the podcast interview by host Carla Atherton and her favorite sex ed guru on kids and the “birds and the bees”: