Making Sense of Your Worth Girls Group

August 21, 2023, 11:00 am - 12:00 pm

Event Details

A free workshop for girls ages 8-10 years with a step-by-step process for gaining positive self-worth

Self-Worth is the foundation of who we are as human beings and in today’s world is highly sought after. It plays a role in every decision we make and in every relationship we have. This foundation begins building from a very young age and is influenced by many factors including our families, social interactions, media, and more. Sadly, many of the messages our children receive can be confusing, conflicting, or even toxic.

With this in mind, Encompass is pleased to offer our popular Making Sense of Your Worth series specifically designed for girls ages 8-10 years. This free program will offer a safe space for participants to process the many messages they are hearing, talk about them, and work to heal and live in positive self-worth every day. This is done by recognizing the lies and negative messages that we unknowingly internalize. As we unpack these lies and negative messages, we learn the truth about who we are and define our own self-worth.

The Making Sense of Your Worth Girls Group will run Mondays and Wednesdays at the Encompass Child Development Center.

July 17 – August 21, 11:00 am -12:00 pm


Facilitated by Encompass Behavioral Health Director Megan M. Walsh, LICSW, IMH-E ®.

**Note: Our team has found that kids need their own space to explore some of these issues and being in the same group with a family member can stifle that process. For this reason, we are unable to accommodate siblings in the same group.

For more information, please reach out to Megan Walsh at


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