Both seminars will be held at:
Holiday Inn & Suites – Cedar Creek
1000 Imperial Avenue, Rothschild, WI
Don’t Worry, Be Happy?
A seminar on healthy and unhealthy grief and healthy and unhealthy worrying.
Thursday, April 23, 2015 | 7:00 – 9:00 pm – Free of charge and open to the public
The craziness of grief encompasses a vast array of reactions. But at what point does our grief become unhealthy? Join us as we examine the boundaries of healthy grief. Then, we will look at a common grief reaction: Worry. The death of a loved one brings a whole new level of worries such as: How can I go on? What’s going to happen next? How are my family members coping? In this workshop you will NOT be told not to worry. Instead come ready to discover some strategies for sorting out what is healthy and what might not be healthy grief.
Traumatic Death — A World Turned Upside Down
A seminar for clergy, hospice, caregivers and those who grieve.
Friday, April 24, 2015 | 9:00 am – Noon – Fee: $50
Traumatic death deals with sudden, accidental, unexpected death and may include suicide, or homicide. Some degree of trauma often accompanies sudden death, which can be overwhelming and present special problems for the bereaved that complicates the grief process. Death of this nature makes us feel shaken, uncertain, and vulnerable and can lead to complex issues. Join
Bob Baugher, PhD. (Seminar Presenter)
For many of our seminar attendees, Dr. Baugher needs no introduction. In the past he has educated and intrigued our audiences with his wisdom, humor, and a wealth of hands-on good ideas and advice. The last time he spoke in Wausau was in 2009, and is returning by popular request with all new seminars and information. Bob Baugher, Ph.D. is a Psychology Instructor at Highline College in Des Moines, Washington where he teaches courses in Psychology and Death Education. He has earned certification as a Fellow in Thanatology and as a trainer for LivingWorks, training more than 1,000 people in suicide intervention. He has given more than 700 workshops on grief and loss. Dr. Baugher has been invited to speak at 20 of The Compassionate Friends national conferences. The most recent of his eight books is entitled In the Midst of Caregiving, co-authored with Dr. Darcie Sims.