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Guiding teens to strength, happiness, and calm.

My mission is to bring a smile to your teen’s face.

Do you remember when your daughter was excited about life? When she explored, laughed, and smiled daily? With the pressures of finding her identity, coping with stress, and navigating social issues, her smile may have dimmed or even vanished. Together, let’s help her find her radiant smile again.

Featured Event


    January 20 @ 10:30 am - 12:00 pm

    THIS IS ONE OF MY MOST POPULAR CLASSES. Friendships can create connection, support, and happiness for our young girls. It's important for them to understand that there are ups and down in any relationship. They also need to recognize the signs of an unhealthy friendship. Through an interactive presentation, girls will understand the ins and outs of friendships and learn skills that will let them navigate these difficult times with confidence and resilience. REGISTER HERE  

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  2. SOCIAL MEDIA & CELLPHONES 6th-8th grade (public)

    February 24 @ 11:00 am - 12:30 pm

    Middle school is a time when kids are getting cellphones and jumping onto social media. In this workshop, we'll have a guided discussion about the positive and negative aspects of social media. They'll discover the importance of balancing screentime & realtime. And they'll learn important boundaries when interacting with people online. Specifically, your child will learn about: Online identities Personal information boundaries Positive effects of social media Negative effects of social media Balancing online life versus real life Cyberbullying Posting kindly Reporting to parents or other adults REGISTER HERE

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Featured Blog Post

  • Adderall- Tis the Season
    Your student is highly motivated to get straight A’s. She studies without outside encouragement. She works on the weekends and during school breaks. She strives for perfection. Her dream is to go to an Ivy League school. With a dream student like this, you are probably thinking that you don’t need to worry about drugs and alcohol. After all, it would be detrimental to her grades, so surely, she would never even think about partying. While you might be right about the partying, you may be wrong about the drugs. Highly …