Navigating girls’ puberty with confidence
A 10-part on demand class for parents and girls
(No, really, you'll need this)
An introduction to this class
If she is between 8 and 11 years old, it’s a perfect time to start. This course will prepare her for what’s ahead, and help YOU become her most trusted influencer when it comes to her changing body
Normalizes body changes and boosts her confidence
Helps her feel informed on every essential topic from breast development, periods, to skin and hair care
Prepares her for what’s ahead and supports a healthy body image
Turns awkward puberty conversations into easy and fun experiences
Gives you the tools to become her go-to guide as she navigates puberty
Provides age-appropriate and medically accurate facts from nationally-recognized physicians
94% of moms report that they feel better prepared to support their daughter through puberty
96% of moms report their daughter is more comfortable talking about their body changes
98% of moms indicated they would recommend this course to friends with daughters
92% of moms indicated their daughters have a more positive body image after completing the course
All about Girlology’s puberty on-demand class
Welcome to puberty
Parenting pro tip: What’s the ideal age to begin puberty education?
Breasts & bras
Parenting pro tip: Managing her breast pain
Handling hair, skin & odors
Parenting pro tip: Treating acne when it first starts
If you want to be healthy...
Parenting pro tip: Why family meals are good medicine
What's up down there?
Parenting pro tip: Vulvar hygiene: when she worries about "that smell”
Body part smarts
Parenting pro tip: Why she needs to know proper names for her private parts
Periods and period products
Parenting pro tip: Are you period positive?
More about periods
Parenting pro tip: Will you celebrate her first period?
Moods & attitudes
Parenting pro tip: Help her handle those difficult emotions
Questions & answers
Parenting pro tip: How can I best support her after she learns about puberty?
Melisa Holmes, MD, FACOG
Trish Hutchison, MD, FAAP