The Confidence Factor:
Your Ultimate Answer to those
Uncertainties in your Life, Relationships, and Future
A Workshop for Young Adults
May 4-5, 2019
Young adults are the most resilient and fastest-learning age group I work with. And yet they tend to get lost in their thoughts more often than adults.
So many young adults spend a big hunk of their time feeling out of control, insecure, anxious, or depressed. Thoughts like “What am I doing with my life?” or “Things just aren’t working” loom in the back of their minds, distracting them and making them feel out-of-sync.
The good news is that while their thoughts and emotions are typically louder and more consuming than those of adults, young adults are more quick to realize how to shut them off. That capability lives in everyone equally. And once they catch on, their confidence naturally shows up. They become more present, more stable, and feel more comfortable in their own skin.
Join me as I draw on 20 years experience helping young adults learn to relate to their minds in a new and refreshing way, freeing themselves up to focus on life itself.
This workshop takes place over 2 days in Topanga, California and will be lead by Erika Bugbee, M.A. The format will be informal with conversation and discussion woven in. Sharing is not required. Space is limited to 17 participants ages 17-26 years old.
When: May 4-5, 2019 (Saturday & Sunday)
10am - 5pm
Where: Topanga, California, outside of Los Angeles (venue location will be
provided with registration)
Who: Young adults, aged 17-26 years (approximately)
Cost: $325 per person
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About Erika Bugbee
Erika Bugbee, M.A. works with teens, young adults, and parents from all over the world both virtually and in-person. She's spent two decades helping people individually, facilitating workshops, teaching groups, and presenting at webinars and conferences both nationally and internationally.
After growing up in Berkeley, California, she earned her bachelor's degree in psychology at University of Oregon and her master's degree in psychology at City University in Seattle, Washington. She lives outside Seattle with her husband, two teenagers, and two dogs.
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