Grief Processing – Moving Through Grief Using Narrative Therapy
We all experience grief in our lives whether it’s the loss of a loved one, safety, our former world, a job, or a dream. It can lay beneath the other emotions we experience daily if unattended to; it may be the grief of what wasn’t, what isn’t and what may never be. In this webinar, we explore how grief has no rhythm or timeline, the effects of grief on our bodies, what participants learned about and how to grieve, as well as if our beliefs help or hinder their grieving process. Through guided conversations, personalized exercises, and group sharing, attendees can expect to gain a better understanding of the nature of grief, develop coping strategies, and cultivate a greater sense of emotional resilience and inner peace.
Our experienced therapist and facilitator will use psycho-education to share how grief recovery is about being heard, remembering, witnessing our own grief, affirming self, accessing community, honouring our connections, leaning into our spirituality and being our own best friend. Attendees will learn more about moving towards greater self-awareness, recognize patterns and triggers that may be hindering effective grieving, and finding an empathetic community.