How is sexuality meant to develop? What is happening today that is different than in previous generations? How does sex affect the brain and bonding? In this course, we will be examining sexuality through the lenses of attachment, maturation and vulnerability. We will shed light on why adolescents are losing their timidity, why sexual interaction is on the rise, and why sexual bullying is becoming a problem. We will also explore the meaning of safe sex when viewed psychologically and provide suggestions for contributing to the healthy unfolding of sexuality in our youth.

Suitability & Applicability

This material is relevant to anyone who is involved or will be involved with teenagers: parents, grandparents, teachers, counsellors, youth workers, family workers, therapists, social workers, psychologists. This course can be used for professional development for teachers, continuing education for helping professionals, and staff training for youth programs. This course is also appropriate for parents of preteens to prepare them for the transition. This course is highly recommended for ALL who are involved in the sexual education of our youth, whether formally in school or more significantly at home.

Time & Place

This course is being offered in a Scheduled Online Class format on Thursdays from 10:00-11:30 am Pacific. The course will start Thursday, April 19th and will run for 4 weeks.


If a course is cancelled due to insufficient enrolment or other unforeseen circumstances, all registrants will have the option of receiving a full refund or credit.

Further Information

This is the first online offering of the Adolescence and Sexuality course. We are pleased to offer a 50% tuition discount for those registered for, or having taken Making Sense of AdolescenceFor those who qualify, contact our Course Registrar via email for a promo code to use when registering.