Beautiful Minds workshop designed to help pre-teen girls develop good mental health

Mental health mentor to help young local girls

Pre-teen girls are being offered aone-day workshop in Lennox Head with respected mental health organisation, Beautiful Minds.

The workshop on Sunday June 27 has a strong focus on inner strength (resilience), strategies to navigate ever changing friendships, with tools designed by Stanford University to deal with inner bully chatter, feeling overwhelmed, mindfulness, creativity and much more.

Founder, educator and author, Marina Passalaris, will be running the workshop, bringing with her a team of qualified educators that work with children across the country in over 935 schools.

"Young girls need a set of daily habits to ensure their mind fitness is something they learn to look after from a young age. At Beautiful Minds, we sit in the preventative space to set girls up for life. Our events are colourful, fun, dynamic and wrap learning around a beautiful day," Marina says.

"We are so fortunate to have Beautiful Minds put Lennox Head on their national workshop tour. It will really benefit our local youth, providing education and support that can sometimes be difficult to find in regional areas. Their workshops sell out across the country, so we hope local families see the value these sessions bring." said Roberta O'Brien, Coordinator Community Facilities for Ballina Shire Council.

The Beautiful Minds pre-teens one day workshop is suitable for pre-teen girls aged 8-12. Developed by leading experts and run by certified professionals, the day covers:

  • Navigating friendships and remove the drama. Learn the tools to have a happy, healthy friendship
  • Dealing with feeling overwhelmed, agitated and anxious, or struggling to find confidence
  • How to feel calm instantly
  • Daily habits to increase happiness
  • Movement and music therapy
  • Education and tools to cope with her changing body

"The award winning program has been supporting Australian families for 18 years and our global experts are regarded as some of the greatest in the world. Having them create our content means that parents know their children are being exposed to credible content with actionable tools. We take great care in how we support our families," added Ms Passalaris.

Approved by the Australian Education Department and NDIS funding approved. The workshop will be held at the Lennox Head Cultural Centre, 1 Mackney Lane, Lennox Head.

For further information and to secure your place, visit www://