In this important conversation about boundaries and break-ups Amy Johnson will explore ways you can help your daughter identify her own personal boundaries and how to negotiate being physically and emotionally close with their partner without having to go all the way. We’ll look at how sexual abuse can adversely affect the ability to maintain healthy boundaries and how you can help your daughter when she is with a partner who is not respecting her boundaries and limits. You’ll be able to teach her how to safely leave a boy she loves and support her to stay in her power even though she’s experiencing heartbreak.
Amy has an undergraduate degree in psychology, a Master of Social Work degree, and is a Certified Sexuality Educator. She is also a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker in the State of Washington and holds her Educational Staff Associate Continuing Certificate in School Social Work through the Office of the Superintendent of Public Instruction. With several decades of working with youth and parents under her belt, Amy Johnson is no stranger to curious children, sensitive subjects, and parents who want to keep the peace. Amy’s passion for helping adults and youth think intentionally about their relationships is evident in her work as a national trainer, educator, and coach. Amy enjoys yoga, reading, and spending time with family and friends.