The rates of mental health issues in children are growing, especially since the invention of social media. While adults mainly worry about finances, children care about inclusion and friendship. As an adult, we have a duty to be a mentor for young children and help them through those early stages of life. The positive impacts having a mentor as a child has later in life are significant. Ashley Wiles, founder and Head Coach at Sole Girls discusses this and so much more about a very important topic on this episode. Enjoy this episode of Health Simple Radio. \

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Ashley Wiles

Founder and Head Coach of Sole Girls, Youth Speaker, Life Coach, 3x Iron(wo)man, Ironman 70.3 World Championship competitor and Mental Health Advocate and media extraordinaire of Live Feisty Media.

While working as a life coach, dealing with anxiety and then seeing Amanda Todd’s video in 2012, she created Sole Girls.  Sole Girls is mental health programming for girls ages 5-12 using physical literacy and mentorship through 9 week programs, camps and workshops.  Sole Girls is now in it’s 6th year and has impacted over 5000 girls,

Sole Girls is licensed across Canada and in Australia too.
Live Feisty Media was formed to represent women in professional sport more accurately in the media.

Ashley was named top 10 young entrepreneurs to watch in Vancouver by the Globe and Mail, and top 5 motivators in Canada by Impact Magazine, 20 top Vancouverites with a brand; and the 2016 Most Inspiring Coach in North America by Brooks Running.

Ashley has spoken on stages around the world to over 50000 people including At TedxKidsBC, Rogers Arena, SheTalks as well as schools in Canada and abroad. She travels to teach workshops for adults and girls, hold leadership summits and empower others. Sole Girls was named top 5 small business in BC with a Community Impact by Small Business BC.

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