Sexual Abuse Prevention Online Trainings for Early Childhood Educators & Youth Center Staff

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Course description

Are the kids in your care as safe as can be?

  • Does your staff know what’s really normal when it comes to children and teens’ sexual behaviors and how to handle them?
  • Do you dread talking to parents about these issues because they might freak out?
  • Can your staff easily identify “red flag” and warning sign behaviors in co-workers and other adults?
  • Is your organization as safe as it can be from sexual abuse allegations?

The Core Classes

Build on your knowledge of sexual abuse prevention and childhood and teen sexuality by taking these advanced Birds & Bees & Kids classes. Watch and learn on your own or train your entire staff!

Preschoolers, Private Parts & Playmates — Sexual Behavior in Young Children

Start off here, even if you work with tweens and teens. This course contains the foundational material for all of the other classes.

Talking to Parents Engaging Parents in Conversations about Childhood Sexuality (March 2017)

Parents can be a problem when they learn their child has been involved in an incident. This course teaches you and your staff how to confidently keep parents calm and increase their trust in you.

Over-Sexualized Childhood — What Happened, the Impact on Kids and What to Do About It (May 2017)

Childhood has become so “sexy” and it’s not good for kids. This course will help you and your staff keep the kids in your care kids a little while longer.

Teenagers & Sexuality — What’s Typical, What’s Not, How to Respond and Your Role (September 2017)

Teens are inundated with sexual messaging and their behavior reflects this. Learn how to help them navigate the tricky world of sexuality without putting yourself at risk.

Kid-Safe Workplace — “Red Flags” and Warning Signs in Adults and Staff (November 2017)

When your staff knows what safe adult behavior looks like and they are empowered to report unsafe behaviors in other adults, your organization is protected from all kinds of problems.

Bonus Classes

How to Talk about All the Genders and All the Sexualities with Children & Teens

We have so much new and challenging information about gender and sexuality these days it’s very important you and your staff understand what’s going on so that you can fully support the kids (and families) in your care.

Birds & Bees & Kids — The Basics

If your parents are wondering when and how to start the sex talks, this is the perfect video for them – and you! I cover why, when and how to start the talks and give tips and strategies for talking to kids from preschool to middle school.

Free Info!

As a thank you for taking a look at my course, I've made it easy for you to document children's behaviors with this handy-dandy form.

Documentation Form

Have better communication with parents when you use this form during important conversations.

Parent Concern Form

Not ready for a full course? Download my Sexual Behavior in Kids handout and get the basics under your belt.

Sexual Behavior in Kids

Amy Lang, MA
Amy Lang, MA
Childhood Sexuality Expert

Nationally known sexuality educator, speaker and author Amy Lang, MA helps early childhood education professionals, childcare providers, teachers and anyone who works with kids discover talking to kids about sexuality, their bodies and safety doesn’t have to be scary or overwhelming. Her engaging, humorous and inspiring style shows adults how to turn conversations and situations they dread into something they can handle like a pro. Amy is an expert in childhood sexuality and sexual abuse prevention.

Her research-based presentations are informed by her background in adult education and designed for optimal learning. She is a Darkness to Light facilitator and Amy’s clients include the US Air Force Youth and Family Services programs, Boys & Girls Clubs, Navajo County Arizona Public Health and multiple AEYCs around the US.

Though her business, Birds + Bees + Kids, Amy helps adults of all beliefs have easy, open and effective conversations about sexuality, love and relationships with children. Learn more at

Need to reach Amy? Send an email or give her a call!

(206) 661-2245