“It takes courage to grow up and become who you really are.” -E.E. Cummings The “tween” years, the short but intense span from childhood into adolescence, present a unique and challenging period in the lives of girls. In this confidential and supportive group Jacqueline Overstreet, MA Mental Health Counseling, will guide girls in exploring difficult areas of the tween years through the expressive arts, mindfulness practices, and peer support. This group is focused on empowering girls to move through the tween period with greater ease and confidence.
Note: no class January 21, February 18, March 4, or April 15.
Jacqueline Overstreet (AKA J.J.) is the Events Coordinator and an instructor at ArtisTree. She has a BA in Historic Preservation & Community Planning and a minor in Studio Art, and completed her MA in Clinical Mental Health Counseling. J.J. coordinates the ArtisTree Daily Artists, a group that has been active now for 3 years. She has her own private therapy practice in the Farmhouse at ArtisTree, focusing primarily on working with children and teenagers to help them navigate the challenges of growing up with more ease and presence.