HONORING UNIQUENESS

WORKSHOP ON RACE & DIVERSITY

 

SUITABLE FOR KIDS AGED 8-12 YEARS OLD

FAMILY MEMBERS ARE ENCOURAGED TO BE PRESENT

 

STORYTELLING, DISCUSSION, AFRICAN CRAFT

& OPEN MIC **This will be a safe space judgement free zone for questions**

July 2, 2020

Thursday 2:00-3:15pm

via zoom online

Helping kids see the importance of diversity on our planet.

FACILITATORS:

Ashley Anjlien Kumar is The Confidence Coach. As a Wisdom Coach for kids & their families she uses a 6 step system rooted in story-telling and multi-sensory learning to overcome the 5 main roadblocks to self-empowerment. She helps kids with untapped potential go from dis-empowered, disengaged and unmotivated to self-empowered, self-connected and self-motivated by developing mindset skills for sensational self-confidence and soaring self-esteem. Parents are involved in the process so that families can grow into empowered, cohesive and expressive teams. She has been working with children for 20+ years.

Tokunbo is a Site Supervisor and Facilitator for The Boys & Girls Clubs of Edmonton North East. He is of Nigerian descent and has contributed to several important projects with youth. He will speak from his experience of Black Culture and allow a safe space for discussion of race and prejudice.

PAST SPECIAL EVENTS 

"This is the first time my daughter has attended coaching with Ashley. I’ve noticed increased confidence in my daughter and she’s using new words/vocabulary from the program at home! She’s also trying new things with less anxiety. She is excited to show and share what she’s learned each session and she’s sharing the yoga and the crafts with her friends. I would recommend this program to friends and colleagues.”

– Monica Baker, mother of 10 year old participant

WRAP-UP VIDEO OF THE 10 WEEK 

'SENSATIONAL SELF-CONFIDENCE'

GROUP PROGRAM FOR GIRLS

Wrap Up Video from the 10 week 'Sensational Self-Confidence' Group Coaching Program for Girls.

"I like the points about how high self-confidence helps from being drawn into groups which offer false 'belonging.' This is good motivation to keep going with this type of growth. Thank you for your efforts and keeping it fun. She is very excited about the crafts!" 

-Yvonne Kuchta, parent of 8 year old

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Edmonton, AB, Canada

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