#TrustIssues and Other Relationship Fails

October 2, 2018

Heartbreak, longing, loneliness, jealousy, betrayal. You might call them #TrustIssues but often it’s a risk issue, a courage issue, and a communication issue. These emotions also come up a lot in relationship to navigating boundaries around sex and intimacy. This workshop addresses all of them and gives you tools to get past them. We will use live, anonymous polling, so bring a wi-fi device!

Karen B. K. Chan is a sex and emotional literacy educator in Toronto, Canada, with 20+ years of experience. BK (a.k.a. Karen) works with students, professionals, groups, and organizations across diverse disciplines. She holds an MA in Equity Studies & Sociology. Trained in Creative Facilitation, Productive Thinking, Non-Violent Communication, and a decade of community arts performance, BK is known for her accessible style and playful humour. She integrates curriculum into stories, theory into practice. Above all, BK is dedicated to having difficult conversations that are real, transformative, grounded in justice, and kind.

This event is part of Sexual Violence Awareness Week. Events are free and all are welcome to attend.

Office of Sexual Violence Prevention, Education and Response | Sexual Violence Awareness Week

Event Details

Date October 2, 2018
Start Time 2:00 p.m.
End Time 4:00 p.m.
Location Room 9-207
City Centre Campus
10700 – 104 Avenue
Edmonton, AB
Event Type Lecture/speaker/presentation, Conference/Seminar
Contact Person Roxanne Runyon
Contact Phone 780-497-4027
Contact Email osvper@macewan.ca
Event Website Visit Site