Sexuality & Relationships
About the Course
This session adapts based on its participants and their knowledge/need level, but generally will provide useful facts and practical advice on sex education, sexual and/or gender identity, dating, relationships, sexual taboos/kinks, and the challenges or concerns people have about their own sexual development.
Discuss your questions and learn about misunderstood and uncomfortable topics in a safe, supportive environment. Participants will also engage in reflective or small group activities to help understand their own interests and identity.
This workshop is generalized for a young adult population, and is designed to be inclusive, meaning encouraged for neuro-typical, autistic and special needs populations alike. We can all learn from each other. Please remember to be kind and supportive with each other.
These facilitated group discussions are a safe space for people with similar circumstances to discuss the unique challenges, frustrations, joys and insights that occur within their group. Ground rules include no dominating the conversation, no shaming, respect for all, and confidentiality. Groups often find a cathartic and heartwarming balance between vulnerability, shared humor and support.
Note: If you are interested this workshop for a different targeted age of participants, please message me and we can schedule a criteria-limited session.
Audra Olazabal, PhD
Doctorate in Applied Developmental Psychology. Autism Educator & Advocate. Play, Creativity & Parenting Expertise.