This Is ME (This is how it should be) is a workshop and downloadable interactive/printed journal aimed at young girls.
This Is ME takes a step by step journey through and out of the pandemic, giving young girls the opportunity to discuss the impact covid19 has had on them personally. The journal’s 16 beautifully laid out sections also encourage conversations about body image, inclusivity, self esteem, confidence and the importance of good mental health.
This inspirational workshop/journal invites openness, whilst also reaffirming the importance of being ourselves, having our own personal passions and how helping others can be beneficial to our own wellbeing.
Recognised by government bodies, charities, women’s organisations and schools, Sharon has helped countless people over the past 8 years. Her 3 h’s – humility, honesty and humour makes Sharon’s delivery unique, and her 30 year struggle with mental health issues instantly caught the interest of the national media. Since starting out in 2012 as an advocate for mental health awareness, compassion and kindness, she has featured in countless publications. The most recognised being Stella Magazine, Bella, Psychologies, Woman’s Own, Scottish Woman, Daily Express and Daily Mirror. Interviews have included ITV’s This Morning with Eammon and Ruth, BBC’s Inside Out and recently BBC Radio 2’s Jeremy Vine.
Her book Stripped Bare was endorsed by Jools Holland MBE and Dr Mark Williamson, Director of the national charity Action for Happiness
This Is ME Workshop
There are many young girls struggling emotionally and this is where the journal and workshop can help. This Is ME is already part of some schools’ PHSE curriculum.
Older students do not miss out either. The highly acclaimed Power of YOU workshop has now also been adapted for young women aged 16-20 years.
Deputy Head of Spalding High School
Printed and digital versions are available. If you would like to know more about workshop packages and volume discounts for the printed journals, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.