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No Wrong Door Virtual Training

August 3, 2021 | 9:00 AM - 4:45 PM

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A virtual training for healthcare and social services providers on how to engage clients in reproductive life goal conversations in the social service setting. This training is for social services and healthcare providers that serve clients from Central Texas’s five county area of Bastrop, Caldwell, Hays, Travis and Williamson counties.

This free training will include skill building on: 

  • Best practices for engaging in reproductive life goals (RLG) conversations and contraceptive counseling
  • Making and following up on sexual and reproductive health referrals
  • Building relationships with sexual and reproductive health partners
  • Best practices for engaging clients experiencing violence or coercion

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Continuing Education

Nursing: This activity is approved by University of Texas at Austin School of Nursing to provide 6 hours of nursing continuing professional development. University of Texas at Austin School of Nursing is accredited as a provider of nursing continuing professional development by the American Nurses Credentialing Center's Commission on Accreditation.


Social Work: This workshop has been approved for continuing education credit for Social Workers, LPCs and LMFTs by the Texas Chapter of the National Association of Social Workers. 6 hour(s) of continuing education for social workers, LPCs and LMFTs (1 hour = 1 CEU).


Certified Health Education Specialist (CHES):”No Wrong Door to Sexual and Reproductive Health” has been reviewed and approved for a total of 6 CECH. 2.5 CECH were approved for advanced-level. No Continuing Competency CECH were approved.


Community Health Works and other attendees:Every Body Texas will issue certificates of attendance for all attendees, which may be submitted for continuing education credits to accrediting organizations that accept them.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

Have questions about the training? Read below and hopefully we can answer some of those questions. If we didn't cover it, you can contact us at nowrongdoor@everybodytexas.org

  • Who can participate in this training?

    Anyone who works directly with clients and is interested in learning how to discuss reproductive life goals with them is encouraged to attend. This may include, but is not limited to, social workers, case managers, community health workers/health educators, doulas, nurses, healthcare providers, and/or home visitors.

  • What is a reproductive life goals conversation?

    Reproductive life goals (RLG) conversations engage clients in exploring their pregnancy intentions or desires by asking simple questions, utilizing basic counseling tools, offering information and education, and helping clients identify needs for related sexual and reproductive health services.

    Asking clients questions such as, “Do you think you might like to have (more) children at some point?” and discussing with them how they may prepare for or avoid pregnancy would be considered engaging in a basic RLG conversation.

    While there may be various ways to engage clients in these types of conversations, Every Body Texas pulls from its expertise in the sexual and reproductive health field to offer an approach to RLG conversations that has been endorsed by the Reproductive Health National Training Center (RHNTC) and adopted by various states and organizations as best practice. RLG conversations should be person-centered, free of bias and preserve clients sexual and reproductive autonomy.

  • What is the benefit of having a RLG conversation with my client?

    RLG conversations center the person as the expert in their lives and the best one equipped to determine their needs. This can be especially crucial for individuals who experience hardships or needs that bring them into the social service space. Engaging clients in conversations about their sexual and reproductive health can help decrease stigma or stress around this topic and seeking needed care, normalize their health experiences, reinforce their bodily autonomy, and help them access vitally important sexual and reproductive healthcare services.

    According to the most recent data, 2 million women in Texas need access to publicly funded contraceptive services. Almost 140,000 of them live in the five-county area of Bastrop, Caldwell, Hays, Travis, and Williamson counties. By engaging clients in RLG conversations, social service providers can help ensure those individuals that want or need sexual and reproductive services get them.

Speakers and Trainers

David Bustamante

Project Manager, El Buen Samaritano

David Bustamante

David is a project manager with experience in managing projects related to public health, care access and coordination, and economic access and support. David has earned a master’s in Wellness Management from Ball State University and a bachelor’s in Human Resources and Marketing from Purdue University. A strong believer in person centered care, David has over 10 years of experience working with organizations improve access and utilization of care among historically marginalized communities. David’s hobbies include fashion, music and staying active.


Patty Cason, MSN, FNP-BC

President, Envision SRH

Patty Cason

Patty Cason is a family nurse practitioner, trainer, and educator with a specialty in sexual and reproductive health. She has practiced for 38 years in a wide variety of clinical and academic settings and is a contracted consultant to training agencies, non-profits, and state departments of health across the United States. Patty developed the “PATH” framework for person-centered reproductive goals and contraception counseling. She is an editor of the 21st Edition of Contraceptive Technology for which she wrote a seminal chapter on reproductive goals and contraception counseling. Patty serves on the ASCCP Board of directors, the National Medical Committee for Planned Parenthood Federation of America, and several advisory boards including the Clinical Training Center for Family Planning. Patty loves making videos to demonstrate counseling skills. Other publications include research and opinion pieces in peer reviewed journals, nationally utilized on-line learning courses, textbook chapters, clinical protocols, job aids, and manuals.

Jacob Fuhrman

Referrals Department Manager, CommUnityCare

Jacob Fuhrman

Jacob Fuhrman is the nurse manager of referrals, triage, and specialty services for CommUnityCare, the largest Federally Qualified Health Center in Texas. Prior to joining CommUnityCare, Jacob served as lead nursing professor in which he assisted in creating nursing curriculum for a new nursing program. Jacob earned a Bachelor of Science in Nursing and a Masters in Business Administration in Wisconsin.

Krystal Grimes

Director of Inclusion and Resilience, Bastrop County Cares 

Krystal Grimes

Krystal Grimes is the Director of Inclusion and Resilience for Bastrop County Cares, a community-driven non-profit. Working locally and regionally to guide the Resilient Bastrop County Initiative, she supports multiple coalitions, collaborations and partners to ensure mental health equity in Bastrop County. For over 10 years, Krystal has focused her efforts to serve her community through equity, trauma-informed care practices, empowerment and resilience. Through an intrinsic ability and desire to support others, Krystal has positioned herself as a local convener and facilitator for healing and diversity initiatives, supporting the creation of inclusive and brave spaces for dialogue and innovation. Krystal graduated Magna Cum Laude with her Master of Science degree in Marriage, Couple, and Family Counseling from Walden University with a focus in Trauma. 


Melissa Kaufmann, LMSW

No Wrong Door Project Co-Director, Every Body Texas

Melissa Kaufmann

Melissa Kaufmann joined Every Body Texas in 2019 as a Training and Compliance Specialist. Melissa has over 12 years of experience in training and program management, including roles with a national domestic violence advocacy agency and a Federally Qualified Health Center. Her passion for social justice and serving the underserved led her to obtain her Master of Science in Social Work from the University of Texas.

Surabhi Kukke, MPH

Health Programs Consultant, Futures Without Violence

Surabhi Kukke

Surabhi Kukke has worked in the field of women’s health and human rights for over 20 years. Currently, she is a consultant, primarily working for Futures Without Violence, focusing on capacity building and resource development for health care workers on assessment and response to intimate partner violence (IPV) and the intersections between IPV, reproductive health and HIV. She is based in Austin, Texas where she was formerly Director of Prevention Programs at the Texas Council on Family Violence and facilitated statewide efforts to improve the public health response to intimate partner violence and strengthen violence prevention programs. Prior to arriving in Texas, she worked in the international development sector providing operational and evaluation support to community-based HIV/AIDS and reproductive health programs in southern Africa and South Asia. She has also provided technical and research support to international agencies including UNDP, UNIFEM, RTI and Action Aid. Kukke has a master’s degree in public health from Harvard University.

Stephanie LeBleu, MSSW

No Wrong Door Project Co-Director, Every Body Texas

Stephanie LeBleu

As Deputy Title X Project Director, Stephanie LeBleu lends her experience and expertise to all the moving pieces of our Title X project – the staff, agencies, and other aspects. She also leads several non-Title X projects “dealing with everything from provider education and training to onsite hands on capacity building work at the clinic level.”

Stephanie believes in the transformational potential of the work she and the rest of the team does at Every Body Texas. “I want to help folks get rid of ideas and biases about who deserves services and help them understand that everyone does. If you boil it all down, it’s about making sure the people who need access to sexual and reproductive healthcare services can get them.”

Stephanie has experience working with marginalized and diverse populations in the fields of reproductive health including abortion care, HIV/AIDS, domestic violence, child welfare, and legislative policy. She’s a graduate of Louisiana State University and holds a Master of Science in Social Work from the University of Texas at Austin.

Joely Pritzker, RN, MS, FNP-C

Sexual and Reproductive Health Trainer and Consultant, Family Nurse Practitioner at Vista Community Clinic; National Trainer at Envision SRH

Joely Pritzker

Joely Pritzker is a Family Nurse Practitioner who specializes in reproductive and sexual health. She has worked in a variety of clinical settings and currently practices at a Federally Qualified Health Center in Vista, California. In addition to her clinical work, she is a reproductive and sexual health consultant and trainer. She leads trainings for the National Clinical Training Center for Family Planning, Envision SRH/PATH Framework and other organizations on client-centered counseling, LARC placement and contraceptive basics. Joely is dedicated to helping providers, medical assistants and other support staff develop their counseling skills and clinical knowledge.

Liz Romer, DNP, FNP

Founder and Program Director - Adolescent Family Planning, Children's Hospital Colorado

Liz Romer

Liz Romer, DNP, FNP-C, received her Master’s degree in Nursing and Doctor of Nursing Practice from the University of Colorado, College of Nursing. She is currently an assistant professor in the Department of Pediatrics, section of Adolescent Medicine, at University of Colorado School of Medicine. She has over 18 years of experience in the fields of adolescent health, sexual health, and Title X administration. She practices as a Family Nurse Practitioner and divides her time between patient care and program administration. She founded the Adolescent Family Planning Clinic, BC4U, at Children’s Hospital Colorado, and served as Medical Director from 2009-2017. She is dedicated to improving the health and well-being of adolescents through innovations in care delivery and expanding efforts to educate providers.

Made possible with funding from St. David's Foundation. 

St. David's Foundation

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