Empowering Sex Esteem

St Clair Tri-County Staff Training & Development Committee Presents…

Empowering Sex Esteem

Michelle Anbar-Goldstein is a social Worker at CAMH in the Forensic Dual Diagnosis Specialty Service. Michelle graduated with her MSW from U of T in 2014. Prior to working in Mental Health, she spent 12 years working in the Developmental Services Sector, in a variety of front-line, management, program-development, educational, and clinical roles. Michelle is passionate about working with people with intellectual and developmental disabilities and is dedicated to providing high-quality clinical services to this often undeserved population. Michelle is also the co-founder of neurotypical and neurodiverse musicians to work in harmony.

Deanna Djos is a Sexual Health Promoter for the Relationship Group in Toronto. She has spent over a decade teaching about health relationships to people with developmental and intellectual disabilities. Like any health relationship, Deanna has made sure she remains educated and connected with her community by building collaborative partnerships with organizations with Toronto. Deanna delivers fun action packed workshops that not only build confidence, but improve overall health and well-bbeing. She has been supporting the developmental sector through training’s such as Consent, Domestic Human Trafficking, Strengthening Family Relationships, Transgender Education & Empowering Your Sex Esteem through Self-Love.

Cost: FREE Includes all material & a lifetime of support.

DATE: October 22 & 23, 2020
TIME: 9:00 am Р12:00 pm

This virtual training will take place over two days via ZOOM