RIGHT NOW WE'RE ONLY HOSTING OUR SATURDAY EMPOWERMENT WORKSHOPS.
Focus: Empowerment! Education! Esteem! Encouragement!
The director(s) purpose and goals for Goddaughter’s workshops and retreats stems from an urgency to compliment and support parent's/guardian's/teacher's/pastor's/ community leader's efforts to educate and raise our children. The workshops provide tools and art-enhancing activities that can empower youth in many areas with application.
Growing up in dysfunctional environments without spiritual and family values, and/or positive community intervention/involvement can negatively affect one's childhood and adolescent/adult development; career/job/social relations; marital relationships and nurturing of children. However, together, we can also combat this issue as well as poor representations of various family structures on Television, Media and around us. More on why we address Self-esteem and Confidence at bottom...
INTERESTED IN SPONSORING/BRINGING A GDW TO YOUR ORGANIZATION, CHURCH, SCHOOL OR SHOW?
Life Purpose Coach Cheryl, offers an Impactful, Inspirational, Empowering, Informational and Transformational Teen Girl-coaching & Mentorship program for both private and public schools where she, and individuals from her team of workshop facilitators come to your facility/schools/youth program to mentor your participants or students on various topics listed below.
This (Three months or 12-week program) focuses on the following topics related to our holistic development approach of teaching female teens:
- Emotional Wellness, Spiritual Growth & Mindset-Transformation
- Conflict Resolution/Problem-Solving
- Dance Movements (Liturgical, Modern, etc.) by Miss Imani
- Netiquette on Media & TV Influence Awareness
- Self-Esteem & Confidence Building
- Sex-Trafficking & Anti-Bullying
- Passion & Purpose Exploration/Discovery
- Leadership / Effective Communication/Team Building
- Sisterhood/Healthy Peer Relationships (No Catty-fights / Competition / Drama)
- Etiquette, Social Skill & Professional Development
- Body Image & Inner Beauty Appreciation
- Sense of Community by Serving others
- Sip/Drink & Design (paint / Draw or Journal)
- Vision Board Party Development (throughout)
- Abstinence Education (still a choice)
- Entrepreneurship & Career Readiness / Introduction to Careers in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering & Math).
- Health & Fitness (exercise)
**We can also tailor one day workshops for your students or participants. Although, we are faith-based, we customize workshops for both secular and religious institutions.
Workshops can be conducted or incorporated during the school day or as after school sessions.
After School Schedule: 2:30pm-6:30pm (Monday - Thursday)
On Self Esteem:
** 98% of girls feel there is an immense pressure from external sources to look a certain way. – National Association for Self Esteem
** 7 in 10 girls believe they are not good enough or do not measure up in some way, including their looks, performance in school and relationships with family and friends. - Dove Self-Esteem
92% of teen girls would like to change something about the way they look, with body weight ranking the highest. (Dove campaign) – Real Girls, Real Pressure: National Report on the State of Self-Esteem, Dove Self-Esteem Fund
** Self-esteem has become a national crisis in this country. The majority of girls (seven in 10) feel they do not measure up in some way, including their looks, performance in school, and relationships. Most disturbing is that girls with low self-esteem are engaging in harmful and destructive behavior that can leave a lasting imprint on their lives. - NAPSA: http://www.napsnet.com/pdf_archive/27/75705.pdf
On Self confidence:
** 80% of women agree that every woman has something about her that is beautiful, but do not see their own beauty. Dove Research
** "Self-confidence is considered one of the most influential motivators and regulators of behavior in people's everyday lives (Bandura, 1986)." - https://www.nap.edu/read/2303/chapter/13#174
Terms such as "self-confidence," "self-efficacy," "perceived ability," and "perceived competence" have been used to describe a person's perceived capability to accomplish a certain level of performance. -https://www.nap.edu/read/2303/chapter/13#174
"Self-esteem has become a national crisis in this country. The majority of girls (seven in 10) feel they do not measure up in some way, including their looks, performance in school, and relationships. Most disturbing is that girls with low self-esteem are engaging in harmful and destructive behavior that can leave a lasting imprint on their lives." - NAPSA: http://www.napsnet.com/pdf_archive/27/75705.pdf