Group for girls (grades 3 – 5 ) to explore who they are & celebrate their strengths… having FUN, they:
✤role-play and learn the difference between aggressive, passive and assertive behaviors; examine their own behaviors & choices
✤discuss healthy friendships, conflict resolution, girl bullying.  Group meets a total of 4 sessions and is presently offered in South Orange & Millburn.

G2G RETREATS (1 day) –
Designed for girls going into Middle or High School.  In a safe, supportive & FUN group setting, girls will explore:
Knowing & Valuing Who They Are
Discussing Fears & Giving/Receiving Support
Creating Healthy Friendships
Managing Stress
Assertiveness Skills

BROWNIE/GIRL SCOUT WORKSHOPS – Sydney can come to any group and discuss various topics included but not limited to:

  • Healthy Eating
  • Mother/Daughter
  • Girl Bullying
  • Managing Friendships
  • Assertiveness – How to Say what You Mean without Being Mean

“Sydney Davis engaged my junior girl scouts in a much-needed workshop in preparation for our spring camping trip.  With Sydney, the girls explored what makes a good friend, how to be a friend and what sort of behavior is and is not ok within a friendship.  For some of our 4th and 5th grade girls, the evening was an eye-opener.  Sydney led our troop through a number of games and activities that encouraged the girls to explore themselves and one another in a healthy, supportive setting.”


Just recently I had the absolute pleasure of seeing Sydney Davis in action and she did not disappoint!  We hired Sydney to work with our 8th grade peer leaders for a day-long leadership training and not only did the students walk away with a renewed sense of self-confidence and empowerment, but the adults left the conference equally as inspired!    Throughout the day Sydney challenged the students with the perfect balance of enjoyable and thought-provoking games – each one with a definite, clear purpose.  Once each activity was complete, Sydney brought the group together and engaged them in the debriefing process.  Sydney did this with a sense of warmth, patience and ease at she encouraged the students to discover the meaning of not only the final result of each task, but the importance of the process.  It was clearly evident the amount of time that she devoted to preparing for this event and for her passion for helping others create an individual and shared vision.   After the event I had several students comment that this leadership day was one of the most powerful experiences that they had in middle school.  I highly recommend Sydney Davis as an individual motivator and group facilitator.

– Beth Grasso, Black River Middle School