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Teen Mentorship

Welcome to the Teen Warrior Mentorship Program @ The Teen Warrior Academy. This has been a dream in the making for over a year; I am thrilled it is finally here!


Are you a parent looking for ways to support your teenager in overcoming life's challenges with resilience and confidence?

 

The Teen Warrior Mentorship is a hybrid and innovative program. It aims to foster emotional intelligence in young minds and mental wellness.

Mental and emotional health is essential to a happy life. The comprehensive program gives teens the tools to understand, manage, and express emotions effectively.

 

Our goal is to help teens develop empathy, self-awareness, and interpersonal skills that will allow them to build lasting relationships with others.

It's not only for teenagers! The role of parents is vital in shaping their teens' mental and emotional health. Teen Warrior Academy is launching a program for parents. Stay tuned!

This is a group mentorship program; we do offer private mentorships, but I only take three private clients per year!

This is your chance to help your teen develop resilience, self-awareness, and interpersonal skills that will last a lifetime and set them up to handle life's challenges.

Imagine the change in your teen just one quick year from today!

 

As a Certified Master Life and Success Coach, Mental Performance and emotional Intelligence Coach, MNLP, and MHTP, I have the expertise and experience needed to guide your teenager.

 

I am also a parent to five children, two of whom have chosen careers in the police force and military. I have firsthand experience raising strong, successful individuals.

Next Start Date January 2024

Not my puppy, but so dang cute!

Benefits of One Year?

Habit Formation: It takes time to form new habits, and a year-long program provides the sustained focus needed to internalize new routines and skills.

Resilience During Setbacks: Teens will likely encounter challenges or setbacks over a year. A year-long mentorship provides the support system and resources to navigate these hurdles, teaching resilience and problem-solving skills that are essential for long-term mental and emotional health.

Emotional and Mental Maturation: Adolescence is a period of rapid development. A year is long enough to witness and guide significant emotional and mental maturation, offering teachable moments that align with the teens' evolving mental states and capacities.

Sustainability of Change: Short-term interventions may offer quick fixes but often fail to provide sustainable solutions. A year-long mentorship allows for the gradual incorporation of new routines, attitudes, and understandings, embedding them as permanent fixtures in the teens' lives, thereby ensuring the longevity of the positive changes made.

Benefit of Small Groups

Peer Support: In a small group, the sense of community is stronger, encouraging teens to share their thoughts, challenges, and victories openly. Peer support is a powerful motivator and can create a sense of belonging that is invaluable for emotional and mental well-being.

Accountability: Being a part of a small group fosters a sense of responsibility to oneself and to the group. Teens are more likely to stay committed to the program and actively participate in activities and discussions, knowing that their absence or lack of engagement will be noticed.

Cohesion and Teamwork: Small groups naturally encourage team dynamics and cohesiveness, helping teens learn the importance of collaboration, which is a valuable life skill in itself.

Facilitated Learning: In a small group, learning becomes more interactive and participatory. This encourages teens to be active learners rather than passive recipients of information.

Collective Problem-Solving: A group setting naturally encourages discussion and brainstorming, allowing teens to approach issues from multiple perspectives. This collective problem-solving can lead to more innovative solutions and teaches the valuable skill of teamwork. It also provides teens with the opportunity to practice empathy, active listening, and constructive criticism, skills that are essential for emotional intelligence and social well-being.

Shared Experiences for Relatability: In a small group, teens are more likely to find peers who are going through similar experiences or facing the same challenges. This creates a sense of relatability and can often make solutions and advice feel more applicable. Teens might be more willing to apply lessons from the program when they see that their peers are doing the same, thereby reinforcing the effectiveness of the mentorship.

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