Talking Sex: Taboo Says Who
September 18, 2019
OU Tulsa- Innovation Commons
4502 East 41st Street
Tulsa, OK 74135
Chelsea Hewitt, MA
Program Development Specialist I, National Resource Center for Youth Services
Chelsea brings a wealth of experience related to sexual health programming and working with vulnerable youth in school, community, and residential settings to NRCYS. She is passionate about issues related to health and well-being and uses her knowledge and talents to provide training and consulting services to providers across Oklahoma through the Trauma Informed Care Project. In addition, she facilitates a variety of trainings—both locally and nationally—related to residential care practice, youth development, and trauma responsive care. Chelsea earned a master degree in health studies from the University of Alabama.
Laura Osbun, MS, MHR
Program Development Specialist, National Resource Center for Youth Services
Laura has been working with and advocating for transition-aged youth for over 10 years. Building upon prior experience as a case manager for youth in congregate care, Laura focuses on ensuring youth learn the skills they need to successfully transition from foster care. She develops meaningful connections with youth, youth service professionals, and community partners, working together to ensure the best possible outcomes for Oklahoma\u2019s foster youth. Laura is a certified trainer for Youth Mental Health First Aid <\/em>and assists community providers in their work with youth to reduce the stigma associated with mental illness. Laura earned a master degree in behavioral science from Cameron University and a master degree in human relations from The University of Oklahoma.
Talking about Sex isn’t always easy — especially when it’s with youth. Yes, knowing the facts will support you in feeling confident about having an open dialogue, but what about the learning environment? In this interactive training, you’ll learn tips for creating a learner-focused environment for youth as well as participate in sexual health experiential activities.
September 18, 2019
8:30 a.m. – 9:00 a.m.
9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.