Our next Finding One’s Way Support Group starts January 11, 2024.
THE PROGRAM OFFERS:
An Individual Orienting Session with Group Leader
A Book of Essays to support healing
Eight (8) 90-Minute Group Sessions via Zoom – Topics Include:
- The far-reaching impact of losing one’s partner or spouse
- Healing from complicated or conflicted grief
- Fostering continued bonds
- Addressing trauma and PTSD
- Dealing with secondary wounds and challenges
- Handling anger, guilt, and blame
- Approaching the “why” of it all
- Growing stronger on the grief journey
PROGRAM DATES & TIME:
- Jan 11, 25 / Feb 8, 22 / Mar 7, 21 / April 4, 18
- Time: 7:00 PM US Eastern Time
- Group Zoom sessions are 90 minutes long with a 10-minute break.
- They are held every other Thursday
- This is a closed, rather than a drop-in support group. Participants travel the grief journey with the same people every session.
PROGRAM COST: $280
PROGRAM LEADERS: Ronnie Walker MS, LCPC, and Terry Sherman
CLICK HERE if you are interested in learning more or registering for this group.
Previous Participants Have Written:
This program, ‘Finding One’s Way,’ has been singularly the most valuable grief work I have done over the past three years. There is still much to do, but I feel stronger in my ability to continue the hard work thanks to the women I met in this program. The vision and leadership of Ronnie Walker and her team to provide a program for our unique relationship is invaluable. She and her team are amazing in their steadfast commitment to our slow steady healing. I am forever grateful.
The ‘Finding One’s Way’ program has been a lifeline. To connect and share with other women who are walking this torrential path of loss brings comfort and is so powerful – they truly understand the complexity and depth of losing a husband or partner. I learned pearls of truth, insights and wisdom from each participant and our group leaders.
Disclaimer: This program will provide an opportunity to connect with other survivors in a safe and supportive environment, useful information, and the opportunity to explore concepts and issues that have been shown to have a positive impact on the healing of survivors. This program is not designed to replace any ongoing or needed medical or mental health support, or to handle serious mental illnesses.