CANCELLED! Understanding Grief Spring Spring Seminar 2020

CANCELLED! Understanding Grief Spring Spring Seminar 2020

Janet McCord, PhD, FT Janet McCord is Professor of Thanatology and Chair of the Edwin S. Shneidman Department of Thanatology at Marian University where she designed and now implements a fully online Master of Science in Thanatology. She is an author and a Certified...
January – May 2020 Program Schedule

January – May 2020 Program Schedule

Education and Support Programs Good Grief, Bad Grief: How Grief Changes Your Life Grief is not an event that begins and ends. It becomes a part of your life. It is an active, ongoing process of turning your sadness into a meaningful life again. Both good grief and bad...
January – May 2019 Program Schedule

January – May 2019 Program Schedule

View / Download program schedule Good Grief, Bad Grief – How Grief Changes Your Life (Education/Support Group) Grief is not an event that begins and ends. It becomes a part of your life. It is an active, ongoing process of turning your sadness into a meaningful...
Fall 2018 Support Group

Fall 2018 Support Group

Give Sorrow Words Finding Hope for your Journey ~ Grief Support Group Download fall 2018 Support Group Flyer Grief is something we consider private and personal, as though only we can own it. We live in a culture that avoids talking about loss and one that wants us to...
May – December 2018 Program Schedule

May – December 2018 Program Schedule

Give Sorrow Words – Finding Hope For Your Journey (Education/ Support Group) This group is NEW this fall. Grief is something we consider private and person, as though only we can own it. However, understanding grief and the impact it has on your life allows you...
Understanding Grief- Spring Seminar 2017

Understanding Grief- Spring Seminar 2017

Seminar One: Grief Ain’t Exactly What I Had In Mind In This Chapter Of My Life Thursday, April 20, 2017 | 7:00 – 9:00 pm Free of charge and open to the public No one gets “a pass” on grief. Sooner or later, grief whispers, “You’re it!” However, contemporary culture...