Loveyourself for who you are & who you will become

B.R.I.D.G.E.S. Programs

BRIDGES Girls' Circles

Mother-Daughter BRIDGES

Come be a part of something special; an enlightening, self-esteem building  experience where you will learn how to deal with life as girl (or a parent of a girl) and become empowered to find yourself and your passions!!

BUILD HEALTHY FRIENDSHIPS in a fun, encouraging and inspiring atmosphere.  
GET REAL:  have conversations about what matters most to girls in a safe, supportive environment.  

  • Building Self-Esteem & Confidence; Positive Self-Talk

  • Changing Society's Definition of Beauty

  • Critical Thinking about Media & Body Image

  • Respect for Self and Others; Building Healthy Relationships

  • Tools to Handle Relational Aggression/Mean Girls

  • Resisting Peer Pressure; Being True to Yourself

  • Romantic Relationships; Being "Queen of your Own Body"

  • Stress Management; Grief/Loss

  • Power of Giving/Make a Difference

  • View More Topics/Themes


To make an impact on young women’s lives by helping them transition through adolescence via education, integration and genuine ‘heart’. 

This will be accomplished by providing a secure and stable environment of acceptance, encouragement and respect.  This atmosphere will be conducive to increasing self-esteem, confidence, and a healthy body and self-image, as well as

challenge the girls to realize and

reach for their potential.

​​Core Values

Every Girl has a Story...

Give her a Voice

Girls, have you ever felt left out of a group of friends?  Have you ever wondered why one minute you are feeling super happy and carefree and the next minute you feel frustrated and short tempered?  
You are not alone.  The reality is being a girl is more difficult than ever in today's media-saturated image-based society, where girls fear rejection and feel a need for unrealistic perfection. 

It doesn't have to be that way.

Building Relationships Involving Girls Empowering Selves




“Thank you!”

“I just wanted to thank you and your team for all their hard work and dedication with [my daughter].  Your work has not gone in vain as I can already see the fruits of your labor.  She is more helpful and more engaging. I definitely see that she is more at peace with herself. I am glad that you were able to make a positive impact in her life, as I was blue in the face from talking so much. I am very pleased that she was able to receive what you had to offer.  Thank you for your passion and your gift that you have shared with us.  Both of us have been singing your praises to everyone that we have come in contact with. Continue to keep up the great work that you have been called to do.”        ~ Laurie Shiell, Parent of an 8th grader