Pearl Girl Group for Self-Esteem
Our Pearl Group (middle school girls) uses many avenues to help young ladies grow inside and out. Activities, educational components and group discussions help create a safe, trusting environment for girls to learn more about themselves and each other. Pearl group helps tweens and teens to honor their uniqueness and create a healthy sense of self.
We offer a safe space where girls can learn more about themselves. Pearl Girls Group is a place where girls can discover possibilities. Tweens and teens can connect with others.
Pearls are formed through a process that takes time and patience, so are amazing women. With the help of our Pearl Group we support teen girls as they develop into amazing, confident women. Naturally pearls come in different shapes, sizes and colors. Each Pearl is valuable and unique in its own special way. Each teen girl is special to our Pearl Group. We help teen girls grow and appreciate their uniqueness. Pearl Group helps teen girls recognizing their true value and strengths. Pearls symbolize wisdom gained through experience. We encourage teen girls to do the inside work of knowing and loving themselves through life experiences.
Currently accepting referrals for middle school girls ages 12 – 13. Read on to learn about what a Pearl Group is like and how your daughter can benefit from joining us!
Fee: $25/per group session for 60-minute groups, 7 sessions total =$175. We do not accept insurance. We are able to offer receipts for out-of-network reimbursement. Please contact your insurance company directly to verify benefits.
We only have 10 slots available for 10 amazing Pearls!
Pearls groups helps:
- Increase self-awareness
- Personal Reflection skills
- Gain confidence and self-esteem
- Experience empowerment
- Growth of empathy
- Have healthy friendships
- Decision making skills
- Coping strategies
Who is this group for?
- Tweens and teens struggling with self-esteem issues
- Girls who don’t feel good about themselves and struggle to fit in
- A person in need of a safe place to talk, explore and find their way in the world
- Girls who feel misunderstood or unsure about themselves
- Girls facing the challenges of peer pressure, cliques, gossip, cattiness, depression
- Girls dealing with social anxiety.