CFLEs in the News
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CFLE Creates Athletes for Sexual Responsibility Video
Sandra L. Caron, Ph.D., CFLE, has created a sexuality education video that compares talking about sex to talking about cooking. The tongue-in-cheek video is meant to convey a serious message about the need for better, more positive sexuality education. A Recipe for Disaster: Talking About Cooking the Way We Talk About Sex was written and produced by UMaine professor of family relations and human sexuality Sandra Caron and stars members of the student group Athletes for Sexual Responsibility, which Caron advises. The video can be viewed at https://umaine.edu/athletesforsexualresponsibility/
Angelique Hill, CFLE-P, has recently started a new business, Rising Adults Academy, which teaches life skills to emerging adults who are transitioning into adulthood. https://www.risingadultsacademy.org. Congratulations Angelique!
Bridget Walsh, Ph.D., CFLE, presented a keynote address at the Region 9 Early Head Start Conference “First 1,000 Days.” Her keynote was titled “Continuous Quality Improvement—Transforming Early Head Start Home Visiting: A Family Life Education and Family Life Coaching Approach.” Bridget has been a strong advocate for the incorporation of Family Life Education within Early Head Start.
CFLEs as Authors
The fourth edition of Family Resource Management by Tami J. Moore, Ph.D., CFLE, and Sylvia M. Asay, Ph.D., CFLE, is now available. The popular textbook, published by Sage Publications, addresses the management of resources from a family systems perspective and focuses on not just the individual who makes a decision but the impact those decisions have on the family unit. Visit us.sagepub.com for more information.
Six Programs Renew Their CFLE-Approved Program Status
Five undergraduate and one graduate program renewed their status as NCFR CFLE-approved programs: Undergraduate programs include McNeese State University, Development of Social Sciences; North Carolina Ag. & Tech University, Family & Consumer Sciences; Purdue University, Human Development & Family Studies; Texas Tech University, Human Development & Family Sciences; and University of Tennessee–Knoxville, Child & Family Studies. The graduate program in Counseling and Family Sciences at Loma Linda University was also renewed. A full list of CFLE-approved programs can be accessed through NCFR’s Degree Program’s Guide: https://www.ncfr.org/degree-programs.