How Do I Get My Child To Step Into Adulthood?
Failure to Launch - Quarterlife Crisis - College Dropout - Unmotivated & Depressed Kid - Lack of Direction
Strategies for Preparing and Launching Young Adults
"My kid won't grow up"
"My child has a college degree and is sitting on the coach doing nothing"
"I need a way to get my adult child to leave home and get a life"
"It is hard for me to not bail out my kid, but it isn't helping. Now what?"
"Our children are young now but we want to be setting up for the changes ahead"
We Have Answers
Over 40 years of helping families successfully launch their youth into empowered adulthood. Learn strategies for assisting young people through the transition into adulthoood, including how to create meaningful family rites of passage ceremonies.
Launching Young Adults
This three-day workshop provides:
- A road map from adolescence to adulthood; avoiding costly detours
- Tools that move you from management to consultant
A powerful secret on how to inspire courage and positive life changes
Nuts & Bolts, Dollars and Sense instructions for shifting them to self-reliance.
How and when to design powerful ceremonies
that evoke transformation
Facts you need to know :
High school and college will probably not prepare your child for self-reliance (65% of college graduates are moving back in with their parents)
- Unnecessary rescue disempowers a young person's ability to succeed
If you are avoiding your own natural transition, then you are missing the opportunity to inspire your soon-to-be adult child.
Come spend a few days in a workshop that can provide you clarity and a sense of direction and relief from parental anxiety.
Want to host a workshop in your area?
Contact us at 509 671-1598
Tuition plus weekly post-workshop teleconference support
Sandpoint workshops per person: $650.00.
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