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To learn more about our Threshold Journey, Year-long program for 8th grade girls, click the link below:
A Weekend Passage for 5th Grade Girls
April 25th-27th, 2014 Friday 5:30-8pm , Saturday 10-5pm, Sunday 10-5pm (family ceremony at end of final day)
Investment: $250, Early Bird $200 by March 25th
The passage into young womanhood is a potent, beautiful and sometimes challenging time in girls’ lives. By intentionally honoring, guiding, and celebrating this shift, we can support our girls to emerge into this next phase of life with confidence, resilience, compassion, and a strong sense of their own unique gifts. Throughout this weekend journey, girls will have the opportunity to reflect on this passage, express their creativity, share their unique perspectives, discover more about their strengths and challenges, and intentionally cross over a threshold into this early phase of young womanhood. The weekend will offer a variety of experiences—including group time, solo time on the land, creative expression, movement, and heart-centered conversation.
This passage experience includes:
To apply for this program please contact Brie Anderson-Feldman, 720-289-2835, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Guides: Brie Anderson-Feldman, MA, LPC and Laura Weaver, MA.
Brie Anderson-Feldman, MA, LPC, BC-DMT is child and family therapist, with over 10 years experience supporting young people find empowerment, hope and healing. She is passionate about partnering with communities, both locally and internationally to create programming which addresses the critical themes related to the social and emotional health of young women.
Laura Weaver, MA is a mother, writer, rites of passage guide, and co-director of the PassageWorks Institute (www.passageworks.org). She is the co-author of the bookThe 5 Dimensions of Engaged Teaching and her poetry, book chapters, and essays have been published widely. She has taught courses and workshops for parents and educators for the last ten years and has a particular passion for supporting young people through the transition years.
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