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Teen Girl University Workshops

It’s not easy for girls coming of age in today’s media-saturated world to develop a healthy sense of self-worth, self-respect, and purpose as they prepare for their futures. In order to emerge from their teen years as strong, happy, and confident young women, girls must learn to successfully navigate peer pressure and negative messages about girlhood and womanhood. These influences have the potential to negatively impact their self-esteem, identity development, and health behaviors.

My group coaching programs help girls make healthy decisions, fall in love with their uniqueness, pursue bold goals, and reach their full potential in a fun, positive, interactive, and supportive group setting.

Who Are Dr. Carla’s Workshops For?

Workshops are for young women and girls (ages 9+) who are ready to fall in love with themselves, take their lives to the next level, and have fun!


Your Daughter Will Receive the Following Benefits of Attending a Teen Girl University Workshop or Group Program:

  • A caring adult mentor and positive group of peers that will support her as she becomes a strong, confident, happy, and empowered young woman
  • An experienced mentor who will motivate, inspire, support, and uplift her as she overcomes challenges and achieves her goals
  • Her own personal “cheering section” to help her feel good about herself
  • A friendly coach who believes in her greatest potential and holds her accountable
  • A safe space to share her challenges, learn how to manage stress, and discover who she really is
  • Gain self-confidence, self-esteem, and self-awareness
  • Supportive relationships and new friendships with other young women and girls (small group coaching)
  • …and more!

Eligibility Criteria:

My group coaching programs are designed for emotionally healthy girls who are functioning at a high level and get along with peers in a group setting without being disruptive. Before signing up, please review the Coaching FAQ’s (especially the difference between coaching and therapy) and eligibility criteria below.

If your daughter has a current or past history of counseling/therapy OR if any of the items listed below apply, please seek help or referrals from your daughter’s physician or a qualified mental health professional. 

  • Asperger’s syndrome, autism spectrum disorder, or social skills challenges
  • violent behavior and/or aggression towards others
  • anger management challenges
  • history of arrests, probation, placement in a juvenile detention center, crimes against minor children, unruly child petition, etc.
  • depression, bipolar disorder, suicidal thoughts, or suicide attempts
  • serious thoughts of self-harm or harming others
  • self-injurious behaviors (cutting, etc.)
  • eating disorders (i.e., anorexia, bulimia, etc.)
  • setting fires
  • harming animals
  • hospitalization in a mental health facility
  • substance abuse or participation in a rehabilitation program

If you or your daughter is experiencing an emergency or self-injurious thoughts or behaviors (cutting, overdosing, suicide, etc.), consult a qualified mental health provider and/or call 911 immediately!

Dates, Times, and Location:

Workshops are held in Atlanta, GA and at various locations around the United States. The Teen Girl University™ program is currently being updated for the 2016-2017 school year.  Please sign up for the waiting list to receive updates about my next workshop or group coaching opportunity. 

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