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We had so much fun at our last Self-Care Sunday Series that we’re launching a 4-day ‘Summer of Self-Care’ camp for tween girls this June! Through mindfulness, movement & therapeutic crafts, this camp will empower tweens to prioritize gratitude, kindness and self-love.
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Summer is a busy season for tweens: it’s filled with activities, vacations, sports, friends and so much more. Amidst all the hustle and bustle, it’s so important to carve out time to focus on self-care. ‘Summer of Self-Care’ is the place for your tween to do just that!

Join us this June for a week of mindfulness projects, movement & therapeutic crafts focused on empowerment, gratitude, kindness and self-care. Facilitated by therapist Emily Plesnicar, LPC & yoga instructor Stephanie Bersh, E-RYT, this 4-day summer camp will be a space for your tween to find connection while building a toolbox of self-care skills and practices. 

Through this camp, your tween will:

☀️ Gain knowledge on the benefits of incorporating mindfulness activities into daily routines.

☀️ Learn how to incorporate a gratitude practice that promotes kindness and a larger sense of community.  

☀️ Become aware of skills that increase their sense of empowerment.

☀️ Improve frequency and quality of self-care through therapeutic crafts and projects.

Workshop Details: 

  • When: June 13-16 | 10:00AM - 12:00PM
  • Who: Tweens ages 10-13
  • Where: BASH | 707 N Milwaukee Ave, Libertyville, IL 
  • Cost: $200/Person

Space is limited so don’t wait to sign up! We hope to see your tween there to set them up for a summer filled with self-care and self-love.

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Meet The Facilitators

Emily Plesnicar, MA, LPC

Emily graduated from Roosevelt University in 2021 with a Master's degree in Clinical Mental Health. Emily enjoys working with children and adolescents. She has four years of experience working with with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), anxiety, ADHD, work/school refusal, and depression. Prior to Simply Bee, Emily did her clinical internship as a therapist at New Connections Academy. She also has experience as an Applied Behavioral Analysis therapist working with ASD. 

Emily believes it is important to build a trusting relationship between the therapist and client by taking the time to listen and understand in a non-judgmental space. Emily has a collaborative approach when working with her clients while incorporating mindfulness.  

Stephanie Bersh, E-RYT

Stephanie Bersh, E-RYT Certified is the resident yoga teacher at Simply Bee. She is a registered yoga teacher with the Yoga Alliance, has been teaching yoga for over 8 years (over 1,000+ teaching hours) and has been practicing yoga for the past 15 years. Stephanie is Hatha certified with a strong foundation in basic postures for grounding and increased flexibility, gentle yoga for relaxation, and restorative yoga for releasing tension in the mind and body. 

In her workshops for adults, young adults, and teens, Stephanie’s teaching style is dedicated to alignment, safety and growth. Stephanie strives to create a welcoming and un-intimidating environment to allow participants to receive the health and relaxation benefits of yoga. She focuses on simple practices such as breathwork, body movement, journaling, and meditation. 

Summer Of Self-Care

$200/person

4 Days | 2 Hours Each Day

This workshop will help your tween...

  • Gain knowledge on the benefits of incorporating mindfulness activities into daily routines.

  • Learn how to incorporate a gratitude practice that promotes kindness and a larger sense of community.  

  • Become aware of skills that increase their sense of empowerment.

  • Improve frequency and quality of self-care through therapeutic crafts and projects.

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Space Is Limited!

There are a limited number of available spots so grab yours now! We look forward to helping your tween tap into self-care and self-love this summer.

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