Grieving a Sudden Death: How to Stay Connected While You Heal
Saturday, July 16th, from 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM PDT.
Please mark your calendars for this special event that will combine new information about sudden
death, Q and A, guided workbook activities, and reflections to honor your grief and loved ones.
This workshop will be taught by Dr. Jennifer R. Levin, Trauma Grief Expert, Educator and Therapist, with
From Grief To Growth. In this workshop you will learn how to honor and live with your grief, sadness,
and trauma. You will create a personalized toolbox to use when having a grief attack, unexpected
triggers, or struggling with milestones or anniversaries. You will develop continual bonds to
remain connected with your loved ones who are no longer physically present.
Registration fess is $49 and includes a workbook and video replay.
Contact Dr. Levin at firstname.lastname@example.org with questions.
Register for the workshop beginning on July 5th at www.fromgrieftogrowth.com
Powerful Tools For Caregivers: 6-Part Workshop Series
Tuesdays, June 14 - July 19, 2022 from 1:00 PM - 2:30 PM MST
Terrace Home Health, 2929 W. Navigator Dr., Ste. 310, Meridian, ID 83642
(Brighton Building off of S. Ten Mile)
Family Caregivers have many roles. If one of the descriptions below sounds like you, know
that Powerful Tools for Caregivers would like to help you with the stress and burnout.
The workshop and materials are free. You and your loved one will both benefit from this opportunity:
Spouses and Partners as Caregivers, Long Distance Caregivers, Caregivers of Children with
Special Needs, Grandparents as Caregivers, and Family Caregivers in the Workplace.
For more information or to register / schedule a class, call 208-947-4283 or
email email@example.com or visit www.AgingStrong.org
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
If you’re interested in learning more about Project Grief resources
or purchasing a course, please visit with my affiliate link:
Navigating the Holidays While Grieving: A Workshop For Grievers & Those Who Love Them
Sunday, December 13, 2020 at 3:00 PM EST
This time of year finds a lot of us grieving those we love. Mourning for those who used to be a integral part of
our holiday traditions. And now with the pandemic, many of us are grieving and mourning the fact that this is
NOT going to be like any holiday season we've ever experienced. These times are complicated and so are
our feelings and emotions. That's why Sherrie Dunlevy, of Graduating Grief, is offering something that can
help us all get through this together. Won't you join in for this special zoom?
There is NO CHARGE but you do NEED TO REGISTER as seats are limited. If you know someone
really having a difficult time, invite them and then attend with them. Sometimes its nice to not
feel so alone and to know there are others feeling the same way too.
Here is the link to register: https://tinyurl.com/NavigatingHolidays
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.
Journaling for Grief Virtual Workshop
Hosted by Eric's House
Wednesday, August 19, 2020 from 5:30 - 7:30 pm (PST)
Journaling can be beneficial in your grieving journey.
Putting your thoughts down on paper can give you the outlet to release what you need to say without vocalizing it. Come and learn what journaling can do for you!
Join Dr. Sandi Howlett for her popular journaling workshop which includes foundation journaling information,
in-group writing,optional sharing as well as practical exercises for further individual work
and application outside the workshop setting.
In this workshop you will focus on learning the fundamentals of journaling and how it can be used for healing.
There is NO FEE fee for this session, but a LOVE donation is appreciated.
Once you register, you will receive a zoom link invitation for the session.
Register at https://www.ericshouse.org/events/
Sara J. Cobb
Founder, My Grief Connection
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