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Navigating Boundaries and Building Villages


Oct 20, 2021 06:13 PM

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Madeline Webster
Transition Navigator @St. Louis Arc
Madeline joined us over a year ago as a Transition Navigator to help individuals and families navigate the complicated world of transition. She has a foundation in pre-employment which fostered a special fondness for young adults and the exciting decision-making happening in the transition to adult life. Madeline advises our self-advocates group for youth and believes that people with disabilities bring a unique perspective to leadership that should be recognized and nurtured. She also works alongside community leaders in Safe Circle Coalition to prevent abuse and empower people with disabilities to have healthy, full relationships. While all transitions come with changes that can cause stress, planning for your adult life should also be empowering and fun! Madeline wants to help families and individuals replace anxiety with excitement when thinking about the future.
Jessica Naslund
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, CSE, AASECT Certified Sexuality Educator Supervisor, @adjunct professor in the UMSL SUCCEED program
I am an AASECT Certified Sexuality Educator Supervisor and Licensed Clinical Social Worker specializing in working with individuals of all abilities in areas of sexuality, gender identity, relationship building, intimacy, communication and trauma. I provide comprehensive sexuality education for all ages and abilities. I have experience working with teens and young adults in conjunction with their caregivers to help solidify retention of materials and foster communication about values. I see individuals, couples and families who seek therapy for relationship and sexuality issues. I have supported individuals with intellectual disabilities in a variety of professionals roles concerning sexuality and trauma issues. With this experience, I have presented around the country about best practice in education, therapy, and abuse prevention for this population.