Tilly’s Life Center in Irvine is starting a new round of its teen-empowerment program “I Am Me.”
The new course starts on Wednesday, May 8, 2019, and meets once a week for 12 weeks, from 6:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. at Tilly’s Life Center at 17 Pasteur, Irvine CA 92618.
Tilly’s Life Center is a youth-focused, 501(c)(3) nonprofit charitable foundation aimed at empowering all teens with a “youth-focused nonprofit empowerment program for teens helping to change attitudes and mindsets in order to overcome adversity and ultimately find happiness and success.”
Teens are facing problems that are universal, affecting them at every socioeconomic level and in every community. Even in supportive environments, teenagers face confusion and uncertainty in life.
As young people come under increased pressure to excel in a highly competitive world, Tilly’s Life Center is providing teens the support they need to thrive.
The “I Am Me” program teaches teens life skills that motivate them to pursue their dreams and to focus on improving their lives, including positive thinking, stress management, motivation, goal setting and effective communication.
Using experiential learning, including journal writing, open discussions, and self discovery in a safe and caring environment, the “I Am Me” program empowers teens by teaching life skills that build confidence, inspire compassion, and encourage them to pursue their dreams.
Space is limited (and there is a cost).
Call 949-394-0391 or email Christine@TillysLifeCenter.org for more information.
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