Self-Esteem & Christian Self-Concept

Self-Esteem & Christian Self-Concept Presentations

Presented by: Jessica Landini, LPC
Length: 60 minutes
Intended Audience: Adolescent/young adult females or parent perspective
Cost: MAP: $200/Non-MAP: $300 (plus expenses)

 

In a world embedded with various career, familial, and societal pressures for women, it can be difficult for women to develop a sense of personal self. This presentation will cover aspects of these pressures, as well as negative behaviors/habits that can result from solely using these expectations to define female self-image. Other specific topics addressed will include basic needs that females seek out and healthy ways to get these needs met. Finally, this presentation will touch on Christ’s role for women as his children, and how females can set their personal identity in Christ.

 

Designed for: Adolescent/young adult females. Also can be modified to be presented from a parent perspective.

Presented by: Sarah Reik, MS, LPC, DCC
Length: 60 minutes
Cost: MAP: $200/Non-MAP: $300 (plus expenses)

 

 

This presentation looks at self-esteem from a Christian perspective by examining the signs and causes of low self-esteem, by looking at the reasons we can have self-esteem as children of God, and by considering what self-esteem uniquely looks like in a Christian.

 

Notes: This presentation is available to organizations throughout the Milwaukee metropolitan area. Please contact us to arrange for travel fees/accommodations. Available for in-person or video-conferencing presentation.

Presented by: Liz Seelow, LPC, LMHC, CET, CCTP

Length: 30 or 60 minutes

 

 

 

In the U.S., it’s estimated that one in every 200 girls between 13 and 19 years old, or one-half of one percent, cut themselves regularly. Those who cut comprise about 70 percent of teen girls who self-injure. This is only one aspect of self-harm, meaning there are other ways to self-harm creating a larger percentage of teens (girls and boys) who self-harm on a regular basis. Learn about the signs and symptoms of self-harm behavior in teenagers, the reasons behind self-harming, and how to help those who are struggling with this.

 

This presentation is suitable for a high school health class.

 

Notes: In addition to being a 60-minute in-person presentation, this presentation can also be shortened to a 30-minute video or in-person chat. The presentation is practical and allows for questions and discussion.

 

This presentation is available to organizations throughout the Milwaukee metropolitan area. Please contact us to arrange for travel fees/accommodations.

 

Cost: 

30-minute video or in-person chat: MAP: $100/Non-MAP: $200

60-minute presentation: MAP: $200/Non-MAP: $300 (plus expenses)

Presented by: Liz Seelow, LPC, LMHC, CET, CCTP
Length: 60 minutes

Intended Audience: Parents of tween and teen girls

Cost: MAP: $200/Non-MAP: $300 (plus expenses)

 

There is a difference between “girl bullying” and “boy bullying.” Often times, because the way girls bully aren’t in the physical sense, they are often ignored for a long time. However, the damage that can be done through silent bullying can leave the girl feeling alienated and alone. Learn how to see the signs of silent bullying and how to encourage healthy, God-pleasing relationships in teen girls.