Adult Accomplice Training Schedule

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ICAH’s Adult Accomplice Trainings are developed for youth workers, family members, and other healthcare, school, and family-serving professionals who are interested in increasing their knowledge, improving their skills, and better supporting young people and their sexual health, identity, and rights. Trainings are facilitated by ICAH’s Education Manager, Sarah Bernstein, unless otherwise noted.

Certifications Now Available!

The ICAH Adult Accomplice Certificate is available for individuals who attend all 10 trainings. This training series is aligned with the 7 National Standards for Sexuality Education and ICAH’s organizational commitment to Reproductive Justice and Youth as Partners engagement model.

CPDUs and CEUs are available for purchase for each training. All Adult Accomplice Trainings are held at our office, 719 S. State St., Floor 4, Chicago, IL 60605, one Wednesday each month from 10am-1pm. Elevator access is available at the back entrance of our office if needed.

For more information about ICAH’s training and education offerings, contact Sarah Bernstein at sarah@icah.org.

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  • Wednesday, May 30, 2018 at 10:00 AM · $30.00 USD · 8 rsvps
    ICAH in Chicago, IL

    Reducing Shame: Sex- & Body-positivity + Trauma Awareness


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    Description: 

    • Examine harm reduction as an approach to youth work

    • Describe sex- and body-positivity

    • Develop sex- and body-positive messages that address barriers caused by shame and stigma

    • Examine trauma-awareness

    • Assess your organization's readiness to implement a trauma-Informed approach

    • Discuss resiliency and create and share healing practices

  • Wednesday, June 27, 2018 at 10:00 AM · $30.00 USD · 1 rsvp
    ICAH in Chicago, IL

    No Shame: Activating the Creative Potential of Your Program


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    Description: 

    • Analyze their creative strengths and weaknesses

    • Identify the components and habits of creative practice

    • Utilize games and stories as learning tools

    • Apply creative practices to real-world scenarios and work

    • Practice and reflect upon creative program design and implementation


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