Short Term Sexual Responsibility
Many school sex education programs focus on the biological aspects of sexuality but do not teach an effective decision-making process that teens can use in the real world. Adolescents need to be aware of the significant personal, interpersonal and legal ramifications of decisions to engage in sexual activities.
What does the program provide?
Who will benefit from the program?
– No chronic history of physical violence.
– No active chemical dependency.
– Referred by juvenile courts, other providers or family.
We welcome referrals of clients who may need a more flexible approach, particularly those with complicated family situations or co-existing conditions such as ADHD, Asperger’s Disorder, Bi-Polar Disorder, Oppositional Defiant Disorder, etc.
What will participants learn about?
– The laws governing sexual behavior.
– The facts about pregnancy, birth control, and sexually transmitted diseases.
– A relationship-based model for sexual decision-making.
– Myths about sexuality.
– Cybersex and online pornography.
– Why scoring is appropriate in sports, not dating.
– The influence of culture on sexuality.
– The difference between flirting and sexual harassment.
– And much more
Information, Appointments, Referrals
Stefan Bailis, PsyD, LP
651-645-0980 ext. 2