Jodi Rodgers established Birds and Bees after 25 years of working within the education, disability and sexuality fields. Jodi is a qualified sexologist, counsellor and special education teacher. She has worked in Australia and internationally and across the lifespan within early intervention, schools, adult and community settings, in both disability and sexual health organisations.
With her unique combination of qualifications and experience, Jodi has developed counselling and training programs that makes learning about the complex area of sexuality, both comfortable and relevant. Learning about sex should be accessible to all people, no matter what their age or learning abilities, and Jodi has the knowledge and skills to make this possible for everyone.Read More
Services that provide accessible and understandable sexuality information and counselling for all people...
Birds and Bees provides a wide range of workshops and trainings that can be designed for specific needs.
Birds and Bees is a registered provider with NDIS and people with an NDIS package can access services through this funding. Birds and Bees provides counselling for people with a disability, particularly regarding: helping a person to understand themselves and their disability sexuality sexual health relationships and social skills increasing self-esteem and self-worth understanding emotions […]Read More
A sexologist is a person who has studied human sexuality. Sexologists have studied the science of sex, which means they have studied human anatomy and physiology (how the body works and why) and psychology (how our minds work) regarding sexuality. Some people call sexologists, sex therapists, but this doesn’t explain all a sexologist can do […]Read More
Sexual rights are human rights. Birds and Bees believe in the sexuality rights of all people. These rights cover the following things: Everyone has the right to equality and freedom from all forms of discrimination based on sex, sexuality or gender. Everyone, no matter what their sex or gender or sexuality, should be given equal […]Read More