Minnesota Women’s Press Article:
Mad Hatter Wellness founder Katie Thune shares with Women’s Press how Mad Hatter Wellness began, her work with people with developmental disabilities, and she shares examples from a Mad Hatter Wellness Activity.
Our founder was featured in Lake Time Magazine
Learn more about Katie Thune, founder of Mad Hatter Wellness / Sexuality for All Abilities:
- Katie’s mission
- Her definition of success
- The biggest challenge / sacrifice she’s faced in pursuit of her passion
- How she builds herself up in moments of self-doubt and adversity
- And more!
Our article is on p 90-91.
Check out this article about the work we’ve done with Upstream Arts!
The women have developmental or intellectual disabilities, and for many of them, this is the first time they’ve had any sort of sex education.
A new program is using the arts to teach women with such disabilities how to have meaningful relationships while protecting themselves from all-too-common sexual abuse.
Listen to this conversation with MPR!
Katie had the opportunity to sit down with host Marianne Combs, NPR reporter Joseph Shapiro, and local attorney Patrick Noaker for a conversation about sexual education and people with intellectual disabilities.
Workshops help middle schoolers and their significant adults understand each other
Learn more about Power of Me Parent-Child Retreats and how they enhance your relationship with the child(ren) in your life!