Growing Strong Girls – Practical Tools for Cultivating Connection in the Preteen Years
Date(s) - Sep 20, 2017
6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
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What is a strong girl? What is happening for a growing girl? The power (and science) of connection vs the pitfalls of disconnection. Tools for connection with her: observation, intention, and action. Cultivating her connection with herself: authenticity, self-care, mindfulness, and life balance. Cultivating her connection with her peers: self-expression, boundaries, social media and screens, and mean girls and girl drama. Cultivating her connection at school and in life: loving learning, turning setbacks into comebacks, motivation, and from surviving to thriving.
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604 533 4425
Lindsay Sealey, B.A., M.A. Ed. is a warm and engaging educator, consultant, presenter, and founder of Bold New Girls – academic and social/emotional support for young girls and their parents. She is creative and enthusiastic in her multi-media approach to delivering messages of optimism, hope, and inspiration to girls, educators, and parents and care providers. Lindsay’s diverse experiences, insights into girlhood, and her passion for connecting with and empowering audiences radiates as she presents relevant information and practical, actionable guidance. Lindsay is dedicated to both personal and professional growth and to positively shaping and influencing young girls.