2021 Salt Lake City UCAP Conference


Keeping Kids Sexually Safe Through the Teaching of Healthy Sexuality

Today more than every before parents need to do more than just have the talk, instead on almost a daily basis they need to set the cadence of healthy sexuality for their family and children. If parent’s do not accept this charge the internet will and what the internet is teaching emasculates men while portraying women as objects. We can do better. In this presentation Dr. Kane will talk about how while taking away all the shame and uneasiness.


Christy Kane

Christy Kane

Christy is an expert in mental health who delivers engaging keynote presentations that challenge her audiences to contemplate human connection. With bold and occasionally quirky methods, Christy encourages her audiences to come together and gain insight into their mental health. Event organizers love her practical strategies of healing and find them applicable in both personal and professional settings. Attendees say their biggest complaint is not having enough time to learn all of the valuable tools she has to offer.

Christy is a licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor with a PhD in Psychology and is a sought-after speaker in more than one industry. Educators, parents, and business leaders discover solutions from her workshops, numerous conferences, including TEDx Park City, National Resource Officers Conference, NPR Radio, National Mental Health Conferences, Fox News National Radio programs, and parent nights, as well as her from her radio segments. Organizations hire Christy because her implementable tools help individuals to find hope, take daily steps to live their ideal lives, and make peace with the past.

Oh, did we mention that Christy is a bibliophile? Why does that matter? Well, it means she’s curious, time-honored, and a little brainy (okay, a lot). She also considers herself an advocate for hugs and recommends getting 8 hugs a day for 8 seconds for optimal mental health.

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