LIVE WEBINAR FOR PARENTS OF TWEEN & TEEN GIRLS -
WEDNESDAY DEC 2, 7:30pm AEST
Your Parenting Runway to 2021:
How the decisions you make these holidays will shape your relationship with your daughter.
2020 has been an incredibly challenging year, and we're all exhausted. It's likely that your relationship and bond with your daughter has, at times, been pushed to its limits.
As we head into an increasingly pressurised time of year, it's critical to:
- TUNE IN to what is causing additional stress or fractures in your bond with your daughter
- BE INTENTIONAL about using these holidays to set up your relationship for success
- LEARN STRATEGIES that will reinforce trust, communication and joy between you and your daughter
Join Youth Expert Tanya Meessmann and
Neuroscientist Dr Diane Harner as they cover:
YOUR DAUGHTER'S MENTAL HEALTH
How to identify the motivations behind the eye-rolls, silent scrolling, and apparent ambivalence at this time of year.
COMMUNICATION HITS AND MISSES
Ways you can make time to connect, communicate and bond in amongst the holiday season noise.
HOLDING STRONG ON BOUNDARIES
Why now is not the time to compromise your boundaries, including screen time, money and behaviour.
HOLIDAY SEASON EXPECTATIONS
The importance of aligning your and your daughter's expectations, and the damage that can be done when they are set and not met.
How placing unfair pressure on yourself to ensure *everyone* is happy can negatively impact your relationship with your daughter.
GOOD OL' PARENT GUILT
It wouldn't be the season of joy without a side-helping of parental guilt! Here we sort through what's valid and what to let go.
This webinar is a must-attend if you are a parent of a tween or teen daughter who is...
Concerned about your daughter’s stress levels and mental health
Acutely aware you are heading into a busy period of year = less time together to connect and bond (and monitor!)
Feeling the responsibility to entertain over the break but no time to do so resulting in unshakable guilt
Worried about money, increased expenses and your daughter's expectations
Trying to make the holiday season great for everyone in the immediate family, extended family and any guests = increased pressure!!
The decisions you make and actions you take during this holiday season can directly affect how trusting, resilient and open your relationship with your daughter will be in 2021.
This free and information-packed webinar provides you with your very own Parenting Runway to head into 2021 confident, connected and celebrating your parent-daughter bond.
PLUS: Have your specific questions answered during the live webinar (or if you can't make it we'll be sure to send you the replay!)
Meet your hosts...
Tanya Meessmann and Dr Diane Harner are each youth and parenting experts in their own right, as well as facilitators of the successful
Courageous Parenting Interactive Program.
Tanya Meessmann - Youth Expert and founder of Girl Shaped Flames
Tanya has worked with over 3000 teenage girls, their parents and educators to develop their confidence, resilience and self-belief. Through this work she’s been recognised as a thought-leader in the confidence space and is often found working with full school cohorts and speaking at corporate events on the life-changing effect confidence has on girls.
Tanya has now turned her attention to supporting the many parents who regularly seek her guidance when raising their own Girl Shaped Flames, and sharing her comprehensive understanding of tween and teen girls and how parents can best guide them to reach their full potential.
Dr Diane Harner - Neuroscientist and Adolescent Counsellor
Diane has a PhD in neuroscience and has been applying brain science to decode our thinking and behaviour for the past 15 years as an adolescent counsellor. She has worked with adults and children from all walks of life to empower performance, build resilience and confidence and enhance self-awareness and emotional regulation.
Diane has successfully ushered her first child into adulthood and is now embarking on the journey into adolescence a second time with her 11-year-old daughter.