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This summer is the perfect time to enroll your daughter into one of our powerful and fun workshops! There isn't a better time for her to get the skills she needs to thrive for the summer and school year ahead. Did you know cyberbullying and depression can actually increase in the summer months?! Due to the downtime and increased access to technology, and decrease in supervision, children become stressed about friendships and insecure about themselves. Give your daughter the skills she needs to feel her best, enhance her self-esteem and provide her with life changing tools to manage friendships.
"The Talking Room" created by Emily Roberts MA, LPC and Jane S. Flynn, MA LPC present these eye-opening and educational workshops, that are shown to increase your daughters confidence. Praised for their innovative approach to teach girls self-esteem and communication skills to last a life time, Emily and Jane have been leading workshops all over Austin and New York City. We are offering three this summer for girls and one"Empower Hour" parenting workshop.
"My girls had so much fun at the workshop, they keep talking about self-esteem and the stress reduction skills they learned! Thank you!"
-Mother of 3rd and 5th Grade Girls
What: Friendship, Frienemies, and Finding My True Self Workshop for Girls
*This group has new information and activities!
-Communication skills with parents, sibling rivalry, family members, and friends
-Managing stress and worries
-Friendships & bullying
-Self-esteem, self respect, and assertiveness- creative art activities included!
-Stress reduction strategies
-Technology Issues: texting, cyberbullying, online safety
Each girl will leave the group with new friendships, coping skills, stress reduction strategies, increased self-esteem, and skills to improve their relationship with themselves, their families and peers.
Where: Located at 3355 Bee Caves Rd. Suite 508 Austin, Texas 78746
When: For Girls:
Saturday June 23rd 2012
12:00PM-2:00 PM K-3rd Grade: Emphasis on building self-esteem, confidence,friendship & communication skills, stress reduction, and feeling good about ME! Snacks provided.
2:30PM-4:30PM 4th-6th Grade:Emphasis on technology and online safety, cyberbullying, and appropriate online and offline behavior, friendship & communication skills, stress reduction activities and peer pressure. Snacks provided.
Tuesday June 26, 2012 6:30-8:30 PM
3rd Grade- 6th Grade: Friendships, Frienemines and Feeling Good About Me! Emphasis on making and maintaining friendships, technology safety, self-esteem and empowerment skills. Snacks provided.
For Parents: Thursday June 21, 2012 "Empower Hour" 6:30PM-8 PM
This parenting workshop is an educational and skill based workshop about what how to protect your child online, the realities of cyberbulling, peer pressure, and self-esteem. This is for parents of girls and boys. Each parent will leave "Empower Hour" equip with resources to help their child feel confident when entering the technology world, skills to incorporate in their households, and relief from getting their questions answered about parenting children in a digital world. Each group is $30.00 per parent, $50.00 per family.
Contact: Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or call Jane Flynn 512.567.6398
"I want to do this every weekend! I learned about how to be a good friend and not a bully. When do we get to come back again?"
-2nd grade girl
Fee: Girls Groups
$75.00 for each group, two hours long; including food and a therapeutic art activity. Parents need to secure their spot by calling in with their credit card; checks are accepted upon arrival. Checks are encouraged.
Emily and Jane have been presenting workshops for girls since 2008. Emily Roberts MA, LPC is a practicing psychotherapist specializing in adolescent, young adult, and parent counseling, she currently teaches workshops in New York City and Austin. Please visit www.TheGuidanceGirl.com for more information. Jane Flynn MA, LPC is a psychotherapist, clients in a private practice. For more information visit her website www.JSFCounseling.com.