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Shelly Diamond

Girls Journeying Together Facilitator

Town: Eastbourne, Sussex
Girls Journeying Together groups: Eastbourne

I am not currently offering Girls Journeying Together groups, please return to the map to find another group facilitator.

Hello and a warm welcome to mothers and their daughters to Girls Journeying Together.
Girls groups have been sensitively structured to provide a safe and nurturing space for girls between 10 and 12 years of age as they experience the changes of puberty and adolescence. The focus is for the girls to participate in the group without judgment and respecting each other, giving them an opportunity to be themselves, to explore the themes of growing up and to maintain a healthy sense of self; and they make good friends.  Even if your daughter is shy to share their thoughts and feelings there will always be girls in the group that aren’t.  There are so many issues for our girls today and so many pressures in society and during our time together we speak and explore ways to help them to find life easier, with support from the girls and women around them.

Mothers are also supported during the year and then throughout your daughter’s teenage years.  My own daughter belongs to a Girls Journeying Together group and continues to be supported through her teens.

A little bit about myself; I trained in London during the early nineties and qualified in Speech and Language Therapy and am currently working with young adults with learning challenges, in the role of a Speech and Language Therapist. Other interests and trainings have been in Chinese Medicine and Shiatsu, Neurodevelopment and Sensory Processing and Child Advocacy. I am kind and compassionate in nature and very patient.

I am a mother to my daughter of 13 and a son of 24. I live in Eastbourne with my partner and daughter and little Snoodle dog called Petal.  I love to have fun, enjoy being at home and all the beauty that nature has to offer.

Please click on the Book Taster button for a free taster session. This would give your daughter and you the opportunity to ask questions, feel into it and to see if it is right for you. I look forward to welcoming you.

Warm wishes
Shelly