For Healthcare Providers

Sexual health is more than birth control, function and reproduction. It's a medley of race, gender and social issues including family values, personal experience and sometimes sexual abuse. My trauma sensitive trainings look at sexual health from this patchworked perspective to help providers:

  • build trust with even the most vulnerable populations

  • shrink stress (yours and theirs)

  • gain confidence discussing and responding to sensitive subjects

  • improve internal processes to be more trauma sensitive

You can see these shifts immediately. When they happen, you will also begin to see organization wide changes like reduced costs, time savings and improved patient|client outcomes.

I had previously heard Elizabeth discuss the topic of rape and survivorship, and was so impressed that I invited her to be a faculty member for our Labor & Birth conference. Elizabeth eloquently examines the role of nurses and other professionals when caring for women in this vulnerable state of life. She is a fluid presenter and able to field questions from participants. I can recommend Elizabeth as a speaker due to both her subject knowledge and her passion.
— Mona Brown Ketner MSN, RN, C-EFM Nurse Educator Wake Forest School of Medicine, Northwest AHEC
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I had the opportunity to be part of another training conducted by Elizabeth. Her topics are relevant, the information is grounded in research and statistical data and the sessions are always informative. This is truly information that all our home visitors need to have in our tool kits when dealing with clients that have suffered sexual trauma.
— Mishawne Carrington, RN, MSN Nurse-Family Partnership Program Director Guilford Child Development