Dad do you struggle to connect and communicate with your daughter?

Majority of young girls today struggle to deal with life’s challenges such as their appearance (body image and body changes), education performance, friendships and peer pressure, dating and bullying. This can affect their self-esteem which can result in anxiety and even depression. So how do you support your daughter in this?

Research shows that young girls who have a warm, close relationship with their dads are better able to handle everyday challenges, are less prone to stress or depression, anxiety, self-harming behaviour and eating disorders. They are better able to express their thoughts and emotions, and are more equipped to avoid getting into toxic and unhealthy situations later on in life.


Learn how to support her more effectively


Help her to confidently manage peer pressure


Build your daughter's self-confidence and self-esteem


Empower your daughter with important life skills


Improve your ability to communicate and connect with your daughter

Half day interactive workshop | 21 May 2022 | 13:00-16:30 | Eagles Nest Conf Ctr, Jhb

(limited to 20 participants, all social distancing protocols are strictly adhered to)

What do other Dads and Daughters have to say about this workshop:

What is Covered in the Dads and Daughters Workshop

The Dads and Daughters workshop aims to deepen and support the relationships between dads and daughters. From her earliest age, a girl take many cues for life (and relationships) through her own experiences and relationship with her dad. It is through these experiences that she forms her perception and ability to handle life’s challenges and build a family of her own one day. Regardless of how old she is, your daughter has an enormous need for security and there are various ways you as a Dad provide this for her.

Empower your daughter with key life skills and practical defense mechanisms

Get insights into what your daughter needs from you and how to be there for her

Equip your daughter with skills to handle life's challenges better

Understand the different needs and relationships between sons and daughters

Spend quality time, connecting and bonding with your daughter

Workshop investment:

  • R750.00 per dad and daughter pair (2nd daughter+ R375.00)

NB: Due to the physical and topical nature of this workshop the minimum recommended age is 12yrs. There is no maximum age limit, all dads and daughters will benefit from attending.

So, are you ready to experience a fun filled time enhancing your relationship with your daughter?

Then sign up for the Dads and Daughters Workshop today.

Not sure if this workshop is for you?

Get in touch today to answer any questions you have about the workshop, the eligibility of your daughter how you will both benefit from attending and spending the time together.

Corporate initiatives:

Are you an organisation that supports employee and family well-being? Do you support the “Take A Girl Child To Work” initiatives or run GBVH training for your staff?

Consider offering the Dads and Daughters workshop onsite for your employees. The workshop addresses gender roles and gender stereotyping, unconscious biases, family and employee wellness and gender based violence (GBVH). Not only does this workshop empower the young women leaders of tomorrow, it also creates a space for men to be a part of the solution to creating gender equality and removing gender bias.

Play your part in being a proactive employer of choice by doing your bit to contribute to a healthier workplace and home environment for our future generations.

This unique and first of a kind workshop is brought to you by Relationship Expert Paula Quinsee and founder of Women INpowered Mark Grobbelaar.

Paula Quinsee

Paula Quinsee

Relationship Expert, Tedx speaker and Author of Embracing Conflict and Embracing No

Paula’s journey into personal development and helping others started as a result of her own personal story and family dynamics. Through being exposed to Imago Relationship Therapy and NLP, she has combined both her personal experiences and her professional training to assist others to have happy, healthy relationships at home and in the workplace. She regularly appears in the media

Mark Grobbelaar

Mark Grobbelaar

A free spirited aspiring entrepreneur, founder, motivational speaker, partner, father and friend

Mark started INpowered on the back of traumatic and life changing event of a friend Alison. As a 5th Dan in karate who has written his thesis on self-defence for women, Mark put all his beliefs, thoughts and discussions into practice to create a self-INpowerment system that is specifically designed for woman of all ages.

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