Join the Rev. Sarah Segal McCaslin of the Psychotherapy and Spirituality Institute in “Journeying Through Grief,” a six-week series to address loss, grief, and recovery.
If the work of grieving has a goal, it might be this: to realize that life will never be the same again, but to begin to sense that there is much in life that can be affirmed. We can live in the world again. We can even love it again. Participants in this workshop will explore the many, varied dimensions of grief and the possibilities for healing and transformation. A commitment to the full six weeks is strongly recommended; drop-ins are discouraged. Participants will be invited, but not required, to share their own stories. Confidentiality and respect will guide our conversations together.
October 21: Come as You Are: The Uniqueness of Grief
October 28: The Lonely Work of Grieving: Is There a Roadmap?
November 4: Road Blocks: Navigating Through the Unhelpful
November 11: After the Loss: What Endures
November 18: Is There an End to Grief?
*No session November 25
December 2: The Journey Forward
The next sessions will be in Spring 2016: Sunday, April 10; Wednesdays, April 13, 20, 27, May 4, 11, 18.
For more information, please contact the Rev. Kristin Miles at email@example.com or 212.602.0895.