It can be overwhelming for parents
But you don't have to do this on your own
"I cried while doing this course- if only my parents had had something like this, it could have saved me "YEARS" of therapy."
Do you struggle with?
Feeling shame around talking to your kids about sexual matters
Knowing how to answer their questions
Figuring out how much to share at each age
Wanting to prepare them for puberty and adulthood but not being clear about how
Access the Religious Family's Guide to Healthy, Holy Sex Education
We are here to support you through this vital process with the info yo need to get this right, and in keeping with your values. We will walk you through scenarios and scripts so you can navigate these conversations like a pro.Grab Free Preview
Q: I’m confused about the pricing: Does my payment cover the whole course, or do I get billed more as more lessons come out?
Q: How can I access just the free sample content without committing to pay?
Q: Is the course live lessons? Interactive? Might I fall behind if I miss one?
Q: For how long will the course content be available? Does it expire?
Q: If I don’t have kids, or my child is a baby, is there any point in my taking this course?
Q: What if I have questions that I want to ask on the lessons?
Q: Does the course address LGBTQ sexuality?
Q: Is this course only for Jewish families? And if so, what style Jewish perspective?
Q: I am only seeing like two modules – how do I access the rest of the course?
Meet Your Instructor
Elisheva Liss is a licensed marriage and family therapist, blogger, author, and lecturer. In her private practice and research, she sees patterns of sexual dysfunction that are often strongly correlated with poor sexuality education. This is especially prevalent within religious communities, where the subject is more likely to be either avoided or associated with shame and sin. She began writing and teaching on the subject of religious sex positive messages, in order to help parents and educators improve how topics like body awareness, relationships, boundaries, and sexuality are addressed for children and teens. When giving these workshops, both she and her audiences always wished there was more time to cover more material. That's what inspired her to create this course- a comprehensive curriculum to give adults the knowledge and confidence to do better for the next generation (and even improve their own relationships along the way:)