Three Friends

Bravely YOU!

Create Lasting Connections & Meaningful Relationships


A workshop for girls who feel insecure or like they don't fit in
and are ready to create healthy friendships.

They may feel hurt or sad about being excluded from activities, insecure about standing up for themselves, or targeted by peers.
It's painful for them and it's also breaking your heart to see your daughter:
  • Need to stay connected to friendships even when it's unhealthy.
  • Frequently rotate in/out of friend groups often feeling like she doesn't belong.
  • Have difficulty saying 'NO' to peers but feels taken advantage of.
  • Lacking the self confidence to stand up for herself.
In the Bravely YOU! Weekly Workshop, girls will use:
  • Expressive Arts (painting, tie-dye, murals)
  • Mindfulness
  • Psychodrama & Group Activities
  • CBT Skills

Now Enrolling!

 Girls (Grades 5-7)
August 1st - August 5th, 9AM-12PM

High School Girls
Dates & Times TBD
Your investment in the Bravely YOU! workshop will help your daughter learn to:
  • Create healthy, meaningful relationships and say goodbye to toxic ones.
  • Gain practical tools to recognize triggers and work through conflict.
  • Practice working together instead of against each other through the use of creative arts.
  • Grow self-love and confidence in relationships.
 
Bravely YOU! workshop has a one-time investment of $275 and includes:
  • a safe, supportive environment led by Melissa Beane, LMHC, R-DMT that allows your daughter the space to be her true self
  • expressive art and group activities that allow the opportunity to practice skills learned
  • cost of art supplies & take-home projects
  • Each girl will also create her own personalized T-shirt!
Enrollment ends July 22nd!
It's time to help your daughter improve confidence and build meaningful, lasting relationships

All workshops and summer programming are private-pay and may not be billable to your health insurance.

Workshops do not involve the diagnosis of or treatment of mental disorders as defined by the American Psychiatric Association.  By enrolling your teen, you indicate an understanding that this workshop is not a substitute for counseling, psychotherapy, mental health care or substance abuse treatment and that you will not use it in place of any form of diagnosis, treatment or therapy for your child.

While all personal information will remain confidential, the nature of the workshop is such that your child will be involved in activities that take place in various parts of the building, as well as outside and confidentiality is not guaranteed.