August 26, 2008

Raising Adolescent Girls

It's never too early ~ or too late 
to prepare for your girl's adolescence! 


Raising Adolescent Girls ~ class starts Wednesday, Sept 17! 

We will meet: 
8 Wednesdays, 7:30 - 9:30 
(see all specifics below) 

* * * Bring a friend for 50% off your tuition fee! * * * 

This group is for: 
mothers, grandmothers, stepmothers, aunts, and all women/mentors with a special girl in their life (age 7 and up). 

We will explore: 

- What makes for a prepared mother/mentor 
- Making peace with your own adolescence 
- Laying the foundation for a life-long friendship with your girl 

We'll use: 

- Creative group exercises 
- Arts and crafts 
- Role play, and more 


STARTS: Wednesday 9/17 

TIME: 7:30 PM - 9:30 PM 

DURATION: 8 weeks 

WHERE: Sebastopol Dance/Art Space (50 miles north of SF) 
172 North Main St, Sebastopol 
(behind Cookie Co. ~ Downtown Sebastopol) 

Facilitator: DeAnna L’am 
Author of Becoming Peers – Mentoring Girls into Womanhood, 
founder of Red Moon - Cycles of Women's Wisdom™ (1994). 
DeAnna has been working in the US and internationally, since 1980, in the fields of conflict resolution, community building, peacemaking, women and girls' empowerment. 

Cost: 
$245 for 8 week class (payment plans are available upon request) 

REFERRAL BONUS: 
Bring a friend for 50% off your tuition fee! 

Groups size is limited. Early registration is recommended! 

TO RESERVE YOUR SPOT: 
Please send $50.00 (non-refundable deposit) to: 
P.O. Box 1251, 
Sebastopol, CA 95473 

Checks payable to DeAnna L'am. 

Please forward this to women with girls in their lives, living in the San Francisco Bay Area. 


1 comment:

MoonMaidenSoap said...

I am very excited to have found your blog and your book. I have two daughters whom I have struggled with helping through this time and have little support from friends and family who understand the true beauty in becoming a woman. Many hold tightly to societal views of a woman's menstrual cycle and shed a negative light on it. Breaking the norm is challenging - but I'm up for the challenge and I hope that your book will help me teach my girls how to celebrate their womanhood.

Thank you!
Dana