We want to help you raise body confident tween and teen girls! This webinar will be a bit special, and full of raw and real conversation about body dissatisfaction and research-based tips to help girls thrive.
Remember what it was like to be a body-conscious, teen or tween?
Body dissatisfaction is an incredibly normal part of growing up, so we want to be alert, not alarmed, when confidence begins to wobble. The changes that come with puberty are very public, and our girls get so much unhelpful feedback from the world about their appearance, and how they are supposed to look.
This webinar is for parents who want to build self-acceptance, responsibility and body confidence in their tween or teen girl. It’s going to be a bit special, and full of raw and real conversation about body dissatisfaction and research-based tips to help girls thrive. After all, we want her to know that she is so much more than a body.
Amanda and I will be sharing the stage for this live webinar. Amanda is not only an educator who has worked within a paediatric hospital but a woman who has walked the journey of body dissatisfaction herself. I think personal experience goes a long way when talking non-judgementally about this topic, so I’m thrilled she is joining me. I am looking forward to having a rich conversation with her.
Together we will explore the key issues around body dissatisfaction and our girls, with a conversation that focuses on:
Webinar details: 1 hour including question time.
Live event: Wednesday, May 18th
Starting time: 7.30pm AEST / 5.30pm AWST
Cost: $25.00 AUD (which includes lifetime access to the replay)
We’d obviously love to see you live, but if you can’t make it don’t worry! You will also get a replay link via email within 48 hours of the live event. This is yours to keep – forever, which means you can watch it as many times as you like.
This webinar is for anyone who lives or works with tween or teen girls.
It is designed for private home use. However, if you are a school wanting to play (or re-play) this webinar within a school context or as a professional development experience, please contact our team at email@example.com We offer very affordable prices for community organisations.
We often get asked if our parent webinars are suitable for children to watch. This particular webinar has not been designed for tweens or teens. However, if you listen to it yourself and feel it (or part thereof) has value for your teens, please feel free to share it.
Once you complete your purchase, you will automatically receive an email containing a link to the live webinar. If you don’t receive this email, check your junk folder. If you are still having trouble, we are always here to help at firstname.lastname@example.org
Michelle Mitchell is an award-winning speaker, and best selling parenting author with a very special interest in the area of tween and teens. She has been termed ‘the teenage expert’ by the media and is sought after for her compassionate and grounded advise. Michelle started her career as a teacher, but soon discovered a special interest in wellbeing. She left teaching in 2000 to found Youth Excel, a ‘boutique’ health promotion charity which delivered tailor made life skills programs and psychological services to thousands of young people and their families. Today she uses her 25 years hands-on experience to write and speak in schools, community events and through media.
Amanda Stokes is an Educator, Author and Presenter with 20 years’ experience working with young people and their families. Not only does Amanda work with mothers and daughters to start the conversation around self-acceptance, responsibility and kindness, but she also facilitates leadership programs around Emotional Intelligence. Amanda is best known for supporting mothers who crave honest, open, and meaningful connections with their daughters. We absolutely love her highly popular Instagram page, Raising Strong Daughters because it is a supportive community that makes space for mums wanting to know how to raise strong, empowered, connected and resilient girls. You can out more about Amanda’s The Tween Mothers’ Toolbox here.