November 25 @ 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm
Quite often, the process of navigating our grief can feel impossible. The loss we feel whenever we experience the unwanted ending of a relationship/connection that mattered greatly to us (through death, divorce, job loss, a move, or a shift in our core identify, for example) can be imposing, intense and overwhelming. We sometimes feel stuck – like we are drowning in the pain and anger and depression and helplessness that we are feeling. But, there is hope. There are ways in which we can manage and cope that allow us to recognize the normalcy of what we are experiencing and to allow our grief the support that it needs and deserves.
Join us for this FREE 4 session Mental Wellness Support Program (Navigating Grief) – offered virtually, through Zoom – Monday evenings, at 6:30pm – from November 18th to December 9th, inclusive.
This Support Program is being facilitated by Kim Silverthorn BA, RPC, MPCC, CT of Tacit Knowledge – and is offered in partnership with Beaumont FCSS. Kim has over 30 years of experience as a therapist, and often works with families/agencies who are trying to effectively address the stress that exists in their lives.
This Support Program is only available to Beaumont and local area residents. Participants are welcome to attend all or just some of the sessions, as they are able (different themes will be discussed each night, so you do NOT have to attend every evening to get something helpful out of the experience).
Please contact Beaumont FCSS (780-929-1006) to register and to access the Zoom link.