Navigating Transitions in Your 20's & 30's Workshop

Navigating Transitions Workshop

Are you currently considering a change or making a transition in your life?
Every age and phase of life brings change and the young adult years can be exciting and turbulent at the same time. Either way, all change is accompanied by concerns, fears, and questions:  How do I know if I am making the right decisions?  How do I stay balanced and maintain well-being in the face of uncertainty? How can I stay true to myself during this transition?  
In this workshop, we will provide some tools, practices, and ideas that can empower you to navigate changes and transitions more effectively.  This workshop will focus on 'looking within' versus dwelling on external circumstances. Through self-exploration exercises and small group interaction it will be an opportunity for you to identify the primary areas of importance in your life and determine whether change is needed.  You will gain clarity about where you are presently in life, what conflicts are at play and how to make wise choices that are aligned with your values.
Bring your friends and get to know other sojourners on the journey


Facilitated by Beverly Chen, LCSW and Celia Howen, M.Ed

Beverly is currently directing the Cliff Drive Counseling Ministry and also have a private practice in Goleta. She has been providing counseling for over 15 years in a variety of college settings and has worked with many young adults. She currently attends the Free Methodist Church with her husband, Chandra Mallampalli, Professor of History at Westmont College.
 
Celia worked as a Career Counselor at Westmont College for 16 years.  She is in the beginning stages of creating her own business that has a focus on private career counseling, personal & professional development coaching, consulting, training and team building.  She is also attending Free Methodist Church with her husband Marshall who works as the Business Manager at Providence School and also owns Sunrise805 a local solar contracting company.