$149.00 USD

This is completely FREE for those of you who want to feel more confident continuing this talk throughout the years. 

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Talking THE Talk Middle School Virtual Sex-Ed (8th grader & a parent)

Parents want and need to talk to their children about sex and growing up but may struggle to do so. What to say, how much to say, and when to say it are just some hesitations. What if instead of a book you read with your child there was a course you took together? Led by a sexual health expert who has over 15 years experience giving THE Talk to both parents and kids together. Someone who can explain things simply and age-appropriately so children understand and parents feel comfortable. Look no further, you found all of that here! 

Each live 120 minute virtual class is broken up into short lectures, games & activities, discussions, role plays, and Q&A. The program is 4 sessions long and parent and child attend all sessions together.

Download the Parent Packet which outlines the course topics and answers many frequently asked questions. 

Taking place the following dates: Wednesdays:  2/3, 2/10, 2/17, 2/24/21

All sessions will take place 6 - 8pm PST. Fee covers all 4 meetings and is hosted on zoom.  Meetings will be recorded. Included also is 6-month access to the pre-recorded E-course for additional content. Recorded zooms will be available in the e-course for replays in the event a class is missed.  



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What People Are Saying:

“This class was INVALUABLE!! I can’t tell you how glad I am that I took this class with my child. AWESOME!”

Oak parent

“I enjoyed this class more than I expected. I learned a lot and you made it fun, and less awkward. I can’t thank you enough!”

McAuliffe student

“Wish there was a program like this when I was a kid!”

Chris W. - Parent

“"Before doing these classes, I felt like I could talk to my mom about this stuff but didn't really want to, but now I WILL go to my mom about all this stuff!"”

Ashley - Age 11

“"It's less embarrassing than listening to your parents by yourself."”

Julliet - Age 12