Join us as we welcome Ashley Robertson (she/her) for Potty Training & Early Sex Ed on Wednesday, April 7th from 7:00 to 9:00PM EST over Zoom! This workshop is a part of our Spring Parent/Caregiver Mini-Series.
This workshop will be recorded and will be made available for a limited time to everyone who registers.
What does readiness mean? How can I be respectful of my child and hold consistent expectations? How can I teach consent and require my child sit on the potty? How do I avoid shame for accidents? What are the actual skills I need to teach?
Join parent educator and childcare expert Ashley Robertson as she sheds light on this developmental milestone and ways to create foundational trust and respect during this transition.
Through this workshop, participants will be able to:
List signs of readiness for potty training;
List ways their individual style of parenting/child-rearing could effect potty training;
Explain all the parts of consent;
Explain the roles of consistency and using simple language during this milestone; and
Feel empowered to guide their child through potty training as the expert
About Ashley Robertson
Ashley Robertson (she/her) is an expert question-asker. With three teaching degrees, she’s an educator who is fed up with the idea that learning comes from a teacher. Instead, she crafts workshops and activities that invite introspection and curiosity while accommodating for all learners. She’s at her happiest when working with youth; demonstrating consent, guiding them towards comfort surrounding condoms, and providing honest answers to questions about sexuality. She's trained to facilitate the Our Whole Lives curriculum and adapts the workshops to fit diverse audiences.
Her workshops have reached local audiences for parent education events and audiences far and wide via virtual workshops hosted by Long Island Consensual Kink and many other educational, BDSM outreach organizations. Ashley's non-coercive, comprehensive approach to sex ed is what we all wished we had growing up.
Tickets are available on a sliding scale ($3-$30) to ensure folx of varying economic backgrounds are able to access the sex education they deserve. We ask those who have the financial means to help "spread the wealth" by contributing to the community pool so that we can offer a limited number of sponsored free tickets to those who need it.
We kindly ask that those who have the financial means to purchase a ticket do so, and save our sponsored free tickets to those who do not.
To access this workshop for free, please enter the code CSPH-FREE when registering.
After you register, we will send you an email with the event login information (be sure to check your spam folder!). If you haven't already, make sure you download Zoom before we all log on: https://zoom.us/
If you have any questions, or experience any issues registering, please reach out to [email protected]