- A ‘go to’ course for parents of girls from 3-15
- How to have healthy friendships, deal with confrontation and manage social media
- Build confidence, positive self-esteem and body image
Parenting Girls Online Course
Parenting Girls new online course starts 26th May.
Girls and their parents receive many conflicting messages about what it means to be a girl. This course provides a ‘go to’ guide for time-poor parents and reveals the secrets to raising girls from toddlers to teens.
Discover straightforward tools that you can use to help your daughters navigate the trials and demands of contemporary girlhood and to emerge the other end confident and courageous.
With up-to-date information on the big issues facing girls, Michael Grose is joined by leading experts in the field – Dr Jodi Richardson, Vanessa Hamilton and Sharon Witt – to provide insights and opportunities for further learning.
A short extract
This is just a tiny snippet from the wealth of gold you can expect over the duration of the course.
Michael chats to Dr Jodi Richardson about girls and social media.
Your queries answered
Here’s what you need to know:
In short, the course contains 12 videos (between 20-30 minutes in length) each with an accompanying handout and activity covering the 12 most important topics for parenting girls.
Every Friday 4 videos (with handouts) will be released into your online dashboard for you to view. You can watch one per day; save them for the weekend or do view them at your leisure.
You stay in touch with us via a private Facebook group, and ask questions of our experts at our special weekly live Facebook Q & A sessions. You also join our lively, moderated Facebook discussions during the course.
Here’s the best part……
The 12 videos and handouts will stay in your online dashboard for good so you can revisit and relive the learning whenever you wish. You can also share the learning material with your partner so you are both on the same page.
Here are the 12 important topics we cover in the course:
Session 1: Develop a foundation of strong self esteem
Session 2: Fine tune emotional intelligence
Session 3: Looking after the mental health of girls
Session 4: Communicating with girls (and helping them find their voice)
Session 5: How to help girls make and maintain friendships
Session 6: How to help girls when friendships don’t work (including managing bullying)
Session 7: Good mental health habits for girls
Session 8: Dealing with digital dramas (it doesn’t have to be so complicated)
Session 9: Talk to girls about sex and sexuality
Session 10: Talk to girls about respectful relationships
Session 11: Developing a healthy body image
Session 12: How to be the mum and dad your daughter wants
As you can see these are such central topics for the successful parenting of girls.
The course starts this Friday, 26th May.
We’d love to see you join us.