1:1 Mentorship

support for success 

“I’m afraid she won’t have the proper tools to manage the stressors of life. I would like her to be able to navigate with more coping tools. There’s a lot of anger and sadness at the world right now. She takes out her stress on her parents and family. I’m worried about her self-medicating to help control anxiety. I’m concerned she’s still affected by the pandemic. I’m worried she won’t reach her potential.”

Any of it sound familiar? I hear these from parents all the time.

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As someone who’s been there, I know what girls are going through. With mentorship I help girls:

  • become confident with who they are
  • share coping skills to deal with anxiety and getting out of the current cycle they’re in
  • take care of their mind and body 
  • feel less anxious and more stable 
  • manage personal and social anxiety 
  • navigate friendships and difficult situations 
  • find their voice and their own strength 
  • understand why they act the way the do at certain times and situations 
  • be more organized when it comes to time management 
  • integrate anything that covid restrictions/the pandemic brought up
  • open up and get support if she’s struggling 

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life doesn’t seem so tricky knowing that someone unconditionally and without judgement has your back

Your friends are always there to listen, but a mentoring session allows you to be heard and advised in a way that is very much tailored to you and your own goals!

so how does it work?

Mentor sessions can feel nerve-wracking at first. I remember being so nervous for my first session with my mentors but once I had an understanding of what the session would be like I felt so much better.

Here’s a preview of what a mentor session is like…


session information

  • 1 hour long
  • Phone, FaceTime, Zoom, or In Person (Covid permitting) 
  • Pricing based on a sliding scale

New student sessions start with an intro call so we can we come up with the mentor plan that works best for you!

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My daughter is hesitant to try mentoring. Any tips? 

I totally get this! Trying anything new can be hard especially when you’re opening up about yourself. With every new student, I start with only one session to make sure we are the right fit. All you have to do is show up to one chat and I will do the rest!

If your teen isn’t open to a session, you can set up a parent coaching chat to learn what parents can do at home. 

What if I have nothing to talk about? 

Don’t worry! It’s on me to know what to talk about it. You don’t have to come with anything specifically prepared. I’ll guide the session especially if you’re nervous. It will feel like chatting with a friend.

Is it just for college girls? 

Nope! I work with all age ranges, including post grads in their 20’s trying to figure out work,  life, dating, all of it.

Photos by Maja Bakija