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Part 2 of the conversation with Dr Nataly Woollett is about how to have empowering conversations with your children about sex, sexuality and sexual health matters.  In some ways the conversation is an attempt to re-educate parents so that they make sure to be the primary purveyors of information about the birds and bees, as opposed to friends, the internet or television.  But it’s also a way to give the whole family the appropriate tools and language to talk to children about their bodies and teach them to have clear boundaries and age appropriate knowledge about sex.  I

Dr. Nataly Woollett is a South African therapist and researcher, trained and registered in the fields of psychology, play therapy and art therapy.  Her clinical expertise is in trauma and traumatic bereavement; as well as the intersection of mental health, HIV and violence.  She has worked with and studied multiple traumatized populations both locally and internationally and has a particular interest in the wellbeing of children, adolescents and their caregivers.

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