Understanding Your Grief Group
This group will use Dr. Alan Wolfelt’s book, Understanding Your Grief, as a guide. The description from his book describes what this group will explore together: Think of your grief as a wilderness—a vast, inhospitable forest. You must journey through this wilderness. To find your way out, you must become acquainted with its terrain and learn to follow the sometimes hard-to-find trail that leads to healing. In the wilderness of your grief, the touchstones are your trail markers. They are the signs that let you know you are on the right path. When you learn to identify and rely on the touchstones, you will find your way to hope and healing.
This group is open to various kinds of grief, not just death of a loved one. You may be grieving the loss of a job, marriage, physical health, etc. These are things we all grieve and should be recognized in our culture as losses.
Thursday evenings, beginning February 25 and ending April 29
7- 8:30 pm on Zoom
This group is limited to eight participants plus the two leaders – Rebecca Capistrant, CT and Gwen Verhoff, CT.
The fee is $50 and all participants will receive a copy of Understanding Your Grief and the accompanying journal. Scholarships are available; please ask if needed.
If you are interested, please contact Rebecca (email@example.com or 614-459-3003 ext. 810) or Gwen at (firstname.lastname@example.org or 614-459-3003 ext. 814).