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Raising girls means navigating a lot of uncertainty and doubt.

One of the biggest challenges many parents face is questioning whether they are doing enough for their daughters to succeed. At Girls Mentorship, we see girls’ every day relationships (with self and others) as an area of opportunity to develop and practice the practical skills that generate confidence and influence over a lifetime. We are passionate about empowering young women to show up as their best selves, in any situation and we structure our work specifically around three pillars: 

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Does your daughter…

Worry too much about what other people think? Easily succumb to social pressures? Does she lack confidence in the areas where it matters most: relationships with self & others, school, sports and extracurricular activities?

Have a hard time bouncing back from mistakes? Over-think everything or is often too hard on herself, i.e.: Before a big test, a class project, a game or within social situations?

Follow more than she leads? Have an attitude towards you and/or other authority figures? Rebel against rules and direction, but lead the charge when it comes to posting on social media, seemingly caring more about likes and followers than other prudent responsibilities?

Our individual and group mentorship programs inspire community and help teach valuable life-lessons to help generate self-awareness, self-worth, & self-confidence.

Then you're in the right place!

Program Objectives

Our Girl Meetups, Workshops and Coaching services are carefully designed to create a space where your daughter will be able to…

  • examine her own feelings and emotions to effectively create strategies to become a leader in her life, as well as a strong communicator.

  • recognize the signs of people pleasing and develop long-term and short-term strategies for taking care of her own mental health needs.

  • avoid spending thousands of dollars in the future by allowing her the opportunity to learn the necessary skills to function in the “real world” later.

  • open her eyes and imagine big things being possible for her — ready to take risks and tackle life’s challenges.

  • understand limiting beliefs that hold her back and implement strategies to propel her into her potential.

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