Mentoring

A new way to learn strategies and perspectives to better support your clients, patients, and students. Whether you're already a sexuality educator (or are wanting to become one), or are already working in education, health or human services there are benefits to mentoring. 

In a mentoring session, you will be challenged to see things differently; unpacking case studies, confidential debriefing and decompressing, proven step by step activities, resources, cutting edge research, and advice on adapting to diversity and challenging assumptions.

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1:1 Mentoring

This 3-month program consists of fortnightly zoom sessions tailored to your area of practice and the issues that arise for you each day.

  • Uncover attitudes and values that fuel meaning

  • Identify sticking points

  • Apply a range of lenses to improve ways of doing

Book a free discovery call today to see if we are a good fit for each other.

Group Mentoring

This 3-month program consists of fortnightly group zoom sessions tailored to mentees unique cases and ways of practicing (maximum 8 people)

  • Share wisdom to explore issues

  • Collaborate to build a community of practice

  • Hear from a diverse range of experiences and values

Book a free discovery call today to see if we are a good fit for each other.

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Kerrin Bradfield is an Accredited Clinical Sexuality Educator with the  Society of Australian Sexologists Ltd. They adhere to the Society’s  Code of Ethics and Practice.

To find out more, go to www.societyaustraliansexologists.org.au

Open Book Project is based in the Yuggerah nation and acknowledges and pays respects to the Yugambeh, Koombumerrii and Bundjalung people, past, present and future, of the Gold Coast. We recognise the sovereignty of First Nations people and the resilience shown in fighting for lands, laws, and peoples.

Always was, always will be Aboriginal land. 

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