October 28, 2017/Los Angeles, CA
Win A SIGNED Copy of Washed Away and Attend A Night of Hope with Nikki!
Note: This contest is open to Los Angeles residents only and is being hosted by Nikki DuBose.
Yeah – you read that right! Enter for a chance to win not only a SIGNED, personalized copy of Nikki’s breakout, inspiring memoir, Washed Away: From Darkness to Light, but hang out with her during A Night of Hope with Joel and Victoria Osteen on October 28, 2017 at 8pm at The Forum.
How to enter: Submit a short video or blog about how God has worked in your life; more than ever, the world needs positive, inspiring stories. This video can be anything from how God has healed your finances, health, family, relationships, and more! You can post on social media, tag @TheNikkiDuBose on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook, with #WashedAwayContest and that’s it! You’re entered! One lucky winner will win a signed copy of Washed Away and will go to A Night of Hope with Nikki on October 28th.
What: “A Night of Hope” with Joel and Victoria Osteen
Where: The Forum – 3900 W Manchester Blvd, Inglewood, CA 90305
When: Saturday, October 28 – 7:00 pm
Time: Doors open at 6:00 pm
February 10-11, 2018/Orlando, Florida
2018 Healing Together Conference presented by An Infinite Mind and Healing Together.
Model, Author and Speaker Nikki DuBose (author of the bestselling memoir, Washed Away: From Darkness to Light), will be presenting and holding a book signing. There will also be mental health/advocacy resources available. Registration and more information here.
Nikki DuBose reflects on her childhood living with her late mother, who lived with Dissociative Identity Disorder (DID) and Bipolar Disorder (BPD). In her memoir, Washed Away: From Darkness to Light, Nikki talks candidly about learning to love not only her mother through a long journey of heartache and misinformation, but learning to love herself as a daughter of a mother with DID and related conditions.
Nikki believes that for adult survivors of parents with DID, compassion and education are critical to the healing process. We, too, must come to see ourselves as whole people, not “broken” members of society.
3+ Specific Learning Objectives
- Participants will have an improved understanding of DID and co-occuring conditions such as BPD, depression and trauma.
- Participants will deepen their compassion and coping skills as adult survivors of parents with DID.
- Participants will learn effective methods on how to become a successful advocate for themselves and their loved ones
- Participants will learn healthy coping techniques as they walk down their healing journey.
* CEUs will be available for Florida professionals at an additional cost.