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For pre-teens through young adults, and their parents and families. Join me in person, by phone or virtually to explore how to navigate the pressures and complexities of the modern world.
Specialties Include: social media and cyber safety, communication and relationships, parent-student mediation, grief and growth, college and career planning, goal setting prioritizing and organization, social and emotional issues, healthy choices, and identity and confidence, public speaking coaching.
Also, Bree has 16 years of professional speaking experience and would love to help you hone your public speaking skills. If you'd like speaking coaching she'd love to help. Schedule a free consultation.
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We cover the topics of social media safety, grief recovery, communication, and relationships. If you're interested and would like to connect with not only us but others encountering the same challenges, please let us know your needs by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
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