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Author Kim McCabe: Parenting Girls Safely Through Their Teens

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The King Alfred School

Ivy Wood Phoenix Theatre

North End Road

London

NW11 7HY

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Join Kim McCabe , author of ‘ From Daughter To Woman, ’ as she
discusses practical ways to make the teenager’s journey safer, kinder and better
supported, so that everyone can better enjoy the adolescent years.
This talk is for everyone interested in steering their daughters happily through their
teens, from parents of daughters age 8 – 18 years, flummoxed grandmothers and
caring aunties too, and anyone who works closely with pre-teen and teenage girls.
The talk lasts an hour followed by a twenty-minute question and answer session.
Kim's book will be on sale and she will be available to sign copies afterwards.

Kim is founder and director of Rites for Girls CIC providing tools for guiding girls and
supporting parents.
For more information about Rites for Girls, Kim McCabe and her book, please
visit www.ritesforgirls.com

Best-selling author and psychologist Steve Biddulph says, “I can’t believe how much
depth and the range of ideas Kim has put into one book.”
“One thing is I know that this is the type of book I can keep dipping in and out for a
long time. I found it all insightful, without any preachiness. I was reassured from the
outset … this book has helped boost my confidence that I am doing a good job to
help [my daughter].”
Zoé, Mother of Pre-Teen Girl
“Important piece of work. I have never understood the pressures on my daughter
until today. It gives me a lot of tools to be a better dad.”
Jim, Father of Teen Girl

FAQs

Are there minimum age requirements to enter the event?
This seminar is suitable for adults.

Is the talk for Dad’s too?
Dads are welcome and encouraged. Kim talks about the impact of the father-
daughter relationship.

What if I’m not a parent?
Please come, children benefit hugely from the attention of adults who aren’t parents.
Teachers, youth workers, godparents, ‘aunties’ all have a powerful part to play in
guiding our next generation.

My daughter is only 5, is this talk still for me?
Parents say that they no longer dread the teens years after hearing Kim speak and
they feel better prepared. They come away with tools they can put into immediate
use whatever their child’s age.

I’ve got sons, can I still come along?
Absolutely, much of what Kim talks about applies to boys as well as girls

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The King Alfred School

Ivy Wood Phoenix Theatre

North End Road

London

NW11 7HY

United Kingdom

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