Amy Wright Glenn

Talking with children about sex

Interview with Susan Caruso, executive/artistic director and founder of Sunflower Creative Arts

Recorded webinar hosted by Amy Wright Glenn 


Do you ever wonder when you should talk about sex with your children? How best to answer the question “Where do babies come from?”  Do you speak about your children’s right to safety when it comes to their bodies? Do you have an open approach to discussing sex or sexuality with your children? How much is too much information? Or, do you avoid the topic altogether?

Susan Caruso has guided and supported families of young children for over 25-years and leads interactive and inspiring parent “toolboxes” each month for the Sunflower Creative Arts community. Each year, Susan addresses the topic of speaking about sex and sexuality for parents of preschool aged children.

How do you talk with your children about sex?

Purchase access to this informative webinar wherein Amy interviews Susan on this important topic.

Fifty percent of revenue earned through the webinar will be donated to Sunflower Creative Arts. Contact Amy for purchase information.



Susan Caruso is the Executive/Artistic Director and founder of Sunflower Creative Arts. Susan is a specialist in guiding children and adults to discover their passions, realize their potential and develop a strong personal voice. She is an educator, master player, parenting mentor, musician and compassionate voice and advocate for children. Susan is a member of the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC), and an innovator in early childhood education. Her inspired, child-centered approach to teaching led her to develop Sunflower’s model of play-nature-arts based learning. In addition to directing Sunflower’s vision and philosophy, Susan lends her insight, one-on-one, to both children and parents in creative arts, drama, music and parenting classes, and conflict resolution workshops.



Author, mother, hospital chaplain, and teacher Amy Wright Glenn reflects often upon how parents can most compassionately and honestly approach sensitive/difficult topics in conversation with their children. Amy has written on talking about death with young children for PhillyVoice and has provided private consultation to parents regarding the subject of death/dying in her work. Amy lives in South Florida and works as a consultant with Susan Caruso. She leads a Science and Math homeschooling support group for homeschooling families in Broward and Palm Beach counties.

Amy earned her MA in Religion and Education from Teachers College, Columbia University. Amy is a (CD)DONA birth doula, hospital chaplain, and founder of the Institute for the Study of Birth, Breath, and Death. Amy is a regular contributor to PhillyVoice and is the author of Birth, Breath, and Death: Meditations on Motherhood, Chaplaincy, and Life as a Doula and the forthcoming book Holding Space: On Loving, Dying, and Letting Go published by Parallax Press and available in bookstores this fall.