Sat, May 14|
Whatever Happened to Daddy's Little Girl? Unraveling the Mystery; Healing the Pain; Growing the Personal Power
This is the first in a series of informative, interactive and fun workshops, coaching sessions and conversations for girls ages 14 through 17 who are growing up without the presence and active involvement of their fathers in their lives. Led by jonetta rose barras and Dr. Tracie Robinson
Time & Location
May 14, 2022, 11:30 AM – 1:00 PM EDT
About the event
WHATEVER HAPPENED TO DADDY’S LITTLE GIRL? Unraveling the Mystery; Healing the Pain; Creating the Resilience; Growing the Personal Power is a series of informative, interactive and fun workshops, coaching sessions and conversations for girls ages 14 through 17 who are growing up without the presence and active involvement of their fathers in their lives.
Are you or someone you know struggling with father is absence; or exhibiting low self-esteem; or not performing at the optimum academic level; or having a difficult time forming relationships?
This series will be perfect for you or the person you know. REGISTER NOW. IT'S FREE--although seating is limited.
The sessions will be led by:
jonetta rose barras who is a national leader in the women’s fatherhood movement, an expert in self- and family reconciliation and a Certified Life Coach. She has been a keynote speaker or workshop presenter at dozens of national and international conferences. She is also the founder and president of Esther Productions Inc. Barras is the author of the groundbreaking book” Whatever Happened to Daddy’s Little Girl? The Impact of Fatherlessness on Black Women,” a Blackboard bestseller. She is also the author of Bridges: Reuniting Daughters and Daddies and an award-wining journalist who writings have appeared in the Washington Post, The Washington Times, the Washington Examiner, USA Today, the New Orleans Times-Picayune, Essence magazine, the New Republic, the Washingtonian, and Crisis magazine. She has been quoted in several notable publications including The New York Times.
Tracie Robinson, Ph.D, BC-DMT, RP, CHT holds a doctorate in intrapersonal psychology and a master’s in dance/movement therapy. She has been a business owner since 1997 and in private practice since 2000. She is the founder and director of Emotions N Motion Healing Practices and president of Essences of Wellness Authentic Transformations, LLC. Dr. Tracie uses structure and/or authentic dance and movement to facilitate synergistic change. With the goal of exposing people to their predispositions by integrating movement, gestures, rhythms, breaths, verbal and non-verbal communication with a less defended expression of the body. The art of dance is used as a therapeutic tool to bring about holistic healing.