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Sexual health is not just about sex--it includes the roles, behaviors and values people associate with being a man or a woman. Educating a child about sexual health is an important part of their healthy development. An early understanding of sex, love, intimacy and their own sexuality can mold their values, behavior--and even their self-image--for a lifetime. "REAL" HG&D teaches young teens the facts about their bodies, healthy relationships and how to make good choices. It is not based on shame, guilt or prejudices. The courses equip young teens with the necessary information to make healthy choices now and in the future.


Each seminar is taught by a team of experienced educators and medical providers who are passionate about providing with teens comprehensive, accurate, abstinence-focused, and medically-based HG&D information in an environment where they are comfortable and permitted to ask questions.  

  • Anne Brosowsky-Roth: Anne has worked in sexuality education for over 20 years. As the Community Education Resource Specialist for Embody, she provides education and training for adolescents, adults and professionals on sexual and reproductive health. She sits on the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction’s Adolescent Sexual Health Leadership Committee, which provides guidance, coordination, and collaboration to assist school districts across Wisconsin in preventing HIV, STDs and teen pregnancy. Anne has written articles on sexual health communication for both families and professionals, and was a contributing author to the Center For Family Life Education’s award-winning Teaching Safer Sex!, a two-volume set of activities that provide skill-building lessons and activities for educators who provide comprehensive sexuality education. Most recently, she was the 2014 recipient of the Planned Parenthood Federation of America Big APPLE Award, which recognizes an outstanding educator or trainer who spends the majority of her/his time providing direct sexuality education or training services.

Tricia Wessel Ph.D.: Tricia is an Assistant Professor of Psychology/Education for UW Milwaukee. Tricia has a Master’s in Clinical Psychology from the University of Minnesota-Mankato, and a Ph.D. in Life Span Developmental Psychology from the University of Alabama-Birmingham.

Course Locations: 

The 2023 classes will be held at the Cedarburg Police Department. Please stay tuned for additional details. 

Course Descriptions:

Click HERE for course descriptions.

Donations Accepted

  • The "REAL" HG&D courses are offered free of charge. Optional cash donations are accepted to defray the costs of offering these programs (e.g., renting space, supplies, etc.). Each of the instructors has graciously volunteered their time to teach this course.
  • If you have any questions about registration or problems with the registration process, please send an email to
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