ThanksGrieving - FREE Webinar
Tuesday, November 24, 2020 at 5:30 PM (MST)
Jennifer Black, of 1st 24 Bereavement Concierge Services, will discuss how and why grief affects us,
especially during Thanksgiving and the holidays. She'll also share some ways to help you cope,
such as implementing new traditions. You'll learn how to be supportive to your grieving friends
and family this season. She'll also share our her newest program with you which is designed to
help grieving women overcome feelings of loss. Jennifer will address some common questions
and answer your questions too during this free event. Please be sure to register in order to
receive instructions regarding how to access the event.
Register at: https://www.facebook.com/events/710569993227889
Writing Through Loss and Trauma with David Kessler & Andrea Cagan
Your story is important and you deserve the tools and encouragement to write it and share it. Grief expert, David Kessler & Author and best-selling editor, Andrea Cagan invite you to join them in their
5-week online workshop, Writing Through Loss and Trauma, where they will teach you a step-by-step method for how to write the story that your inner voice is telling you to share. This course combines grief support and writing guidance in every step of the way. Each week, you will receive three new teaching videos and a homework assignment. You will also be invited into a writer’s community where members
will encourage and support each other. Everything will be recorded so that you can access it when
it’s convenient for you, and you will be able to revisit the teaching again and again.
Registration is open now! Cost is $287. Payment plan available. (Not an affiliate.)
The program has a full money back guarantee.
To sign up visit: https://www.davidkesslertraining.com/writing-through-loss
Walking Through Grief: Tools for Finding Hope Along the Grief Journey
10 Week Grief Support Group
Held virtually viz ZOOM so anyone anywhere in the country can join in.
If you or anyone you love is grieving the death of a loved one, save the dates
for the next Walking Through Grief Support Group.
Hosted by Willioughy United Methodist Church, on
Thursdays, Sept. 17th - Nov. 19th from 6:30 - 8:30 pm (EST).
The goal of “Walking Through Grief” is to be the “arms of Jesus” to people who are grieving the death of a
loved one & give them much needed tools, support, encouragement & hope in their grief journeys.
Over 200 people have gone through this program since it was started in 2014. This class is open to anyone
who is grieving the loss of a loved one. If you know of someone who might need this type of important
grief support, please pass this info along.
All materials are provided FREE of charge & there is NO COST to attend.
Please register or request more information by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
Group facilitator, Cathy Schneithorst, will confirm your registration or contact
you to answer any questions.
From ‘Grief Victim’ To Grief Artist
Join this FREE, virtual grief-art-making event from Project Grief is coming
Monday, July 27, 2020 at 12:10 PM MST via ZOOM.
This event is part of the global festival, "Reimagine Life & Loss".
In this creative workshop, you'll construct a paint palette to demonstrate the colors
with which we are painting our lives and talk about the characteristics of
a grief victim (who lives in only grays, blacks, and blue) and a
GRIEF ARTIST (who lives out of the full color spectrum).
All you’ll need to participate:
Event is FREE but you must RSVP to get the Zoom link.
Loss & Living: Drum Your Grief with Vivianne LaRivière Online Class
July 25, 2020 from 9:30 - 11:30 AM (EST)
Drumming is music for the soul, and is also a practice that may help us process our grief. Learning how to acknowledge, recognize—and even embrace—our grief allows us to start rebuilding our lives around our loss,”
says Judy Coffin, program coordinator of ORA Lose & Living Program.
Drumming is one approach that gathers us in, without the need to talk, or
find words that are at times, so difficult to express. We can simply ‘be’ with the drum.
Facilitator, Dr. Vivianne LaRivière, considers the drum an instrument of peace, and drumming
as a spiritual and sacred practice. Drumming frees the minds, moves the body, is used at times
in prayer and/or meditation and is symbolic of the universal heartbeat! She believes the
energy of the drum can help us connect with our healing power, as it helps us get in touch
with our emotions at a very deep level. Drumming our grief is a way of processing our
grief by ourselves, and with others.
Register at (Donations Suggested):
Art For Your Grief Journey: Going Beyond Words To Heal
Monday, June 29, 2020 from 12:10 - 1:00 pm (MST)
Hosted by Project Grief, part of the FREE online virtual summit Reimagine: Life, Loss, and Love.
This is a digital event. Beginners welcome!
Learn how creativity can help you externalize the pain inside, and then try
a simple doodling activity for yourself.
Register at: https://tinyurl.com/artforyourgrief
Sunrise Retreats Summer Pop Up Retreats and Virtual Classes
Sunrise Retreats has had to postponed their 2020 retreats due to safety reasons, but know that it these
intimate weekends are a source of hope and nourishment for so many. So, they came up with some ideas of
who the Sunrise Retreats can still connect safely with their community. They have planned a series of
Pop Up Retreats this summer for widows and widowers Please RSVP!
More info can be found here https://sunriseretreat.org/summer-pop-up-retreats
Morning Stroll and Lunch to Honor International Widows Day
Tuesday, June 23, 2020 at 10 AM – 12 PM at Kathryn Albertson Park
Healing Wellness In Life After Loss Class
Starting Tuesday, July 7th ( 10-11:30 am or 6-7:30 pm)
6 week live online webinar delivered in the Zoom format
Classes will be recorded if you are not able to attend class
$29 registration fee (HSA and Flex Accounts may be billed)
*This is not a grief support group. This is an educational wellness class taught by
Marni Henderson B.S., credentialed Health Educator, and HeartMath Practitioner.
Register at: https://www.coalescediscovery.com/classes/discover-life-again/
Walk the Labryrinth at Julies Kleiner Park and Lunch
Tuesday, July 21, 2020 at 10 AM – 12 PM
Paddle the Pond Summer Pop Up Retreat for the Widowed
Tuesday, August 25, 2020 time TBD
Paint in the Park Summer Pop Up Retreat for the Widowed
Tuesday, September 15, 2020 at 11:30 AM – 2:30 PM at Kristin Armstrong Park
Lean On Me: Where Do We Find Our Support?
FREE webinar in the Grief Talks series from Highmark Caring Place,
"Lean On Me: Where Do We Find Our Support?"
Wednesday, July 1st from 2-3 pm (EST) via Zoom.
This webinar will discuss ways of identifying supports in our own lives and methods
of staying connected with the people and things that we find most important -
even when being together is not an option.
Please register no later thank Tuesday, June 30th. at https://bit.ly/grieftalklean
You'll recieve a Zoom link the evening before the webinar.
Grieve. Breathe. Believe. - 4:13 MOVE:ment Method
Grieve. Breath. Believe. supports bereaved parents who feel stuck and overwhelmed
navigate their journey to find forward MOVE:ment, transforming their life
and choosing better, finding purpose, possibility and growth in grief.
The 4:13 MOVE:ment Method is an online course for bereaved parents with a video
and workbook format that offers you tangible supports and tools that help you work
through your grief at your own pace and from the comfort of your own home.
Group and 1:1 coaching packages are available for additional
community and individualized support.
To purchase the 4:13 MOVE:ment Method course or coaching package
through my Affiliate Link, click the image above or click the link below:
Discover Life Again—A Live Virtual Class Offering
Healing and Wellness in Life After Loss a VIRTUAL CLASS OFFERING from
Sunrise Retreats Mondays at 6:00 pm for 6 weeks, starting May 11th.
Register here: https://sunriseretreat.org/classes
You were already processing the loss of your spouse or loved one and then... COVID-19 happened. Isolation, uncertainty, and additional stress may have compounded the grief you are already processing.
After experiencing such devastating change, we are overwhelmed,
exhausted, and confused, to say the least. All of the change and stress
can take a toll on our health and well-being.
While this is not a grief support group, this is a place to find tools for navigating your overall health and wellbeing during this time. In addition to stress management practices designed to calm, heal, and restore our nervous system, we will also discover your unique vision for creating new life.
Discover Life Again: Creating New Life After the Loss of a Loved One
This is a six-week class on Monday evenings starting March 9, 2020
from 6:00 - 7:30pm in Boise, Idaho
$30 registration fee (HSA and Flex Accounts may be billed)
Sunrise Retreats & Coalesce Discovery are excited to partner with the Cancer Connection of
Idaho in the Idaho Community Foundation to offer this wonderful resource.
This 6 weekclass is the journey of rediscovering who we are after the profound life change experienced
after the death of a loved one.
Filled with practical tools, experiences and tips to create new life while
honoring our past, bringing awareness of the present and celebrating the future.
*This class is NOT a support group or grief counseling....it is the next step
on the journey. This is an educational wellness class taught by Marni Henderson B.S.,
Licensed Health Educator and Wellness Practitioner. It is strongly suggest that
previous counseling or support group participation has occurred,
it is not a pre-requisite to this very special class.
After experiencing loss and change, we are overwhelmed, exhausted and confused to say the least.
All of the change and stress has taken a toll on our health and well-being. Discover Life Again, is filled with tools and experiences to embrace our wholeness,create personal wellness and discover hope filled futures.
Register for the class at:
Sara J. Cobb
Founder, My Grief Connection
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