ORA Loss & Living Program - Fall Program 2020
ORA Loss & Living Program is an outreach initiative dedicated to helping individuals and groups move through grief and loss in order to lead full, and fulfilling lives. This includes exploration into ways of creating space for conversations around grief, sharing basic information and reassurance about loss, grief and change in a non-threatening, participative way, with sensitivity to those in challenging situations.
Check out their amazing Fall Program for 2020 and share with anyone
you think might be interested in these events.
For more info on their events/workshops or to register visit Eventbrite at: https://tinyurl.com/ORAloss
Note: The policy of the ORA Loss & Living Program is that financial hardship should never be an obstacle to participation. If you would like to discuss options about fees for events (sliding scale, sponsorships, etc.), please contact them at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Suicide Survivor Grief - Life After Loss
Online Event Hosted By EricsHouse.org
Join Guest Speaker Jill McMahon, LPC and Board Member at EricsHouse,
and Loss Survivor Marianne Gouveia (Eric’s Mom) on
Monday, May 18, 2020, at 5:30 PM (PST)
for a candid discussion of suicide loss and what the healing journey
looks likes from the perspective of a counselor who is an expert in suicide
loss and trauma, and from a mother who lost a son to suicide after a long
struggle with addiction. You will learn how surviving a suicide loss is
possible, how healthy approaches to stigma and be used,
and ways to help yourself with healing along the way.
THERE IS NO CHARGE FOR THIS EVENT.
Register at: https://www.ericshouse.org/events/
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.
Sara J. Cobb
Founder, My Grief Connection
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Updated 20 October 2020
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