Licensed Clinical Social Worker

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Girl Power Day

Girl Power Day is a fun action packed day for girls 10-14 years old to develop high self-esteem, confidence and self-knowledge through creative activities. Girl Power Day focuses on issues important to girls like friendship, positive thinking, body image, healthy eating, relaxation skills, and movement; and embraces a holistic approach of mind body and spirit.

What happens in Girl Power Day?

  • Positive Self Image and the Media: Girls learn the importance of having positive thoughts about themselves and their bodies.  They will learn how to change downward spiraling thoughts into upward spiraling thoughts.  We will also address the media’s influence on girls’ self image.

 

  • Healthy Friendships and Cybersafety: Friendship is essential to girls but often there are conflicts and friction.  Also, more and more communication is happening in the cyber world and girls need to learn how to keep themselves safe both physically and emotionally online; and how to respect others too.
  • Healthy Cooking: Girls will prepare and cook a healthy vegetarian lunch as well as learn about nutrition and importance of healthy eating
  • Wisdom from Within: Girls often have stress over homework, tests and friendships.  It is so important for girls to learn techniques like meditation, breathing, and creative visualizations to learn to self calm and feel good.
  • Movement and Dance: Girls will have fun learning to belly dance, as exercise and movement makes girls feel great and empowered.

When/Where is it? Saturday September 24th 10:00-17:00 at The American Women’s Club in Zurich at Schontalstrasse 8 8004 Zurich

How much does it cost? CHF 189 incl. lunch, snacks, handouts, supplies (bring a friend and both get 10% off)  If you are having financial challenges just email me for reduction.

How do I register? Email lesliekuster1@yahoo.com with your name, address, mobile, and daughters name, age and grade.  Limited space, register now!

Who is the facilitator? Leslie Kuster, MSW LCSW, holds her Masters Degree in Clinical Social Work and specializes in working with adolescents and their families.  She is the creator and director of Girl Power in Switzerland and is also in private practice in Zurich working individually with children, adolescents and adults. Leslie also conducts workshops in meditation, dance, and self-development, as well as offering the popular workshop “The Whole Girl Approach: Raising Healthy Daughters in mind body and spirit” She lives in Zurich with her Swiss husband and is originally from New York City.