Healthy Remembrance Memorial Ornament Grief Art Workshop
The holidays are upon us and it is extra important to take intentional time to care for yourself and to remember
and honor the love ones you've lost. Grief always seems to tougher around the holidays, but the chaos and isolation of 2020 is unlike anything we've ever faced. That's why Danica Thurber at Project Grief put together
this Healthy Remembrance Memorial Ornament grief art workshop.
In this workshop you'll learn how to make a beautiful ornament that contains hand-written memories.
The trouble is that the holidays are here, but our lost loved ones not. It can be tempting to either push thoughts
of a lost loved one away, OR sink into the depths of despair. That’s why doing something productive -
making something with your hands! - can be so helpful.
This ornament is made out of a toilet paper roll. Before making the snowflake, you’ll have time to reflect
and write a memory or a letter to your lost loved one.
Watch it and participate for FREE. Here is the link: https://youtu.be/Wzg8oEJQIkQ
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Addressing Grief with Art Therapy
Join UAB's Alys Stephen's Center for this month's FREE 'Virtual Mental Health Monday' on
Monday, December 7, 2020 at 6:00 pm CST / 7:00 pm EST.
Guest speakers, Drs. Patricia D. Isis and Christianne Strang, will share their professional
insight into addressing grief with art therapy.
Register at: https://www.facebook.com/events/1630199340475597/
Sara J. Cobb
Founder, My Grief Connection
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