Talking Points for a Parents’ Class

Research shows that parents have more influence on teens’ sexual behavior than peers when parents will step up to the challenges of guiding teens about sex and relationships.  Our Talking Points for a Parent’s Class provides instructors/facilitators with an outline for a one- or two-hour discussion with parents about guiding teens about these essential developmental issues.


We invite you to download and use the Talking Points for a Parents’ Class, making whatever changes or additions that best serve your needs.

We have given this class in a variety of settings: schools, religious institutions, workplaces, at civic group meetings, and as part of Adult Education programs.  In any setting, we have found that parents eagerly take part in discussions and find the encouragement and information helpful.