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Teen Sexual Health & The Role of Trusted Adults

February 25, 2021

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This session delivered by Heather Duvall and Jenny Briggs from AMPLIFY TULSA, on February 25, 10 – 11 CST.

By the end of the session participants will be able to:
  1. Identify three factors impacting adolescent sexual health in Tulsa County
  2. Explain the role trusted adults from all professional disciplines and within personal relationships play in supporting adolescent sexual health
  3. Identify three clinical, educational, or social resources for young people in Tulsa


About the lecturers

Heather Duvall: Heather Duvall currently serves as Executive Director for Amplify Youth Health Collective, and previously served as the organization’s Director of Programs. Heather has over 20 years of experience in the adolescent health and development field, advocating for educational opportunities and uniting diverse groups toward a shared vision to make our communities a place where all young people are valued.

Jenny Briggs: Jenny Briggs is a Licensed Master Social Worker who brings a strengths-based, systems-oriented approach and passion for youth-voice to her role as Program Director for Amplify Youth Health Collective. Jenny has 8 years of experience working with youth, parents, and professionals in the sexual health field.


1 CEU credit available for social work for $10

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An international center of excellence and a recognized leader in the field of child maltreatment. Haruv USA at the University of Oklahoma-Tulsa is part of the larger Haruv Institute. The center is a new venture bringing together the best of two worlds – the unique and international leadership of the Haruv Institute paired with the research-based educational knowledge and expertise of OU-Tulsa and the Anne and Henry Zarrow School of Social Work.