Stand Up. Speak Out. Be Confident.
This is what we tell girls—expect of girls—especially, when they are faced with adversity.
But, how can teenage girls have the confidence to “have a voice” and “be themselves” when the confusing female culture we live in, demands that, in order to fit in with our peers, we must be similar?
Teach them resiliency!
Empower girls with the skills to balance the social pressure of fitting in (sameness) with the recognition of strengths (uniqueness).
Join national speaker and author Susan Fee, M.Ed., NCC, LMHC, as she teaches you how to skillfully use practical strength-based interventions to help girls strengthen and maximize resiliency, develop stress management skills and reduce anxiety and depression.
You will learn:
Strategies to help girls identify their competencies, confidence and strengths
Practices for applying personal strengths and resiliency in a variety of circumstances
Specific questions to ask and the best ways to provide feedback
Coaching tips for parents/caregivers with examples of correct responses
Strategies for mitigating weaknesses and desire to compare self to others
Questions to ask that reveal components of personal strengths
Exercises, activities and reproducible handouts to be used individually or in groups
Don’t miss your chance to learn effective strategies to help teenage girls balance the social pressure of fitting in with the confidence in being unique!