Girl's EmPowered: Multi Media Art Journaling Day Camp

  • Presented By: Enrichment Training & Counseling Soluitons, P.C.
  • Speaker / Facilitator: Salley L. Schmid, LMFT, CDWF
  • Topic Area: Individual Growth and Development, Group Counseling, Support Groups, Youth & Young Adult

  • Start Date: 04/27/2017
  • Duration: 8 weeks
  • Daily Schedule: 3:00PM - 5:00PM
  • Recurring: This is an afternoon day camp occuring for 5 consecutive days. Ideal for pre teen to early teen (10 to 15 y/o)
  • Registration Deadline:

  • Location: 6501 Sanger Avenue, Suite 102 Waco, Texas, 76710
  • Fee Info: Registation includes mixed media art journal, and art supplies needed during camp. Early bird registation is: $425, late registration is $445
  • Open To: Teens / Young Adult, Children

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Multi-media art journaling is a crazy fun, wonderful and powerful skill for creative people to use as a tool for self-exploration, self-expression, inspiration, empowerment, encouragement and healing. In this 5 day afternoon camp for girl’s aged 10 to 15, skills for a variety of multi-media art journaling techniques will be explored, taught and practiced. Themes will include ditching the shame culture that popular media subjects girls to, girl power and more. All supplies, along with a 120lb paper artist quality art journal are included in the registration fee. Camp will run 5 consecutive days from 1:00 to 5:00. There is a maximum registration limit as well as an early bird registration fee. Register soon to save money and secure your daughter''s place in this amazing day camp opportunity.

Camp will run 5 consecutive days Monday June 19th through Friday June 23rd from 1:00 to 5:00 each of the 5 days. Registration includes everything needed. Take advantage of the early bird registration fee of $425 by May 30th. Regular registration is $445 and closes on June 15th.

If your daughter is younger than 10 or older than 15, please contact Salley Schmid, the event organizer through the contact us page on the Enrichment Website to discuss if the camp is an appropriate fit for your daughter.