Relational aggression among girls has intensified with the explosion of online communication and social media. Without help, girls who are targets often suffer lasting effects – including withdrawal, depression, substance abuse, delinquency, crime, dysfunctional relationships, self-injury and even suicide. Tracie Berry-McGhee shares strategies for instilling social/emotional connections among girls that reduce relational aggression and improve academic outcomes.
I Define Me | Girl Drama vs. Girl Empowerment | Weapons of Choice
Mirror Mirror | Circles | Let’s Talk SEL | L.O.V.E. Principle – Listen
L.O.V.E Principle – Observe | L.O.V.E. Principle – Validate
L.O.V.E. Principle – Empower | Digital Girl in a Real World
A.W.A.R.E. Life Model | Conclusion | Mental Health
Tracie Berry-McGhee founded the SistaKeeper Empowerment Center in St. Louis with the mission of inspiring and developing the mind, body and spirit of young women. Tracie also serves the community via her private counseling practice, which specializes in women and teen girl issues. She is often called upon to speak on topics such as conflict resolution, dealing with low self-esteem and bullying.