Finding Your Way Through the Wilderness of Grief: Virtual Support Group for Men & Women Who Suddenly Lost Their Partner or Spouse
February 28 @ 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm
Pre-registration is required! To see if this is the right group for you please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
This group is open to Men or Woman who have lost their spouse or partner. Sudden loss of a loved one is shocking and hard to process. If you have suddenly lost your spouse you are most likely experiencing complicated grief. This might cause you to feel extremely alone, disoriented, guilty, and overwhelmed. Our group is open to Men and Women who have experienced the traumatic and premature loss of their partner/spouse. Sudden loss can mean anything from suicide, substance abuse, accident, homicide or illness. We kindly invite you to join our group. We may work through a complicated set of emotions in a supportive and comfortable environment. Our groups provide a safe, intimate place to talk about your feelings of loss and to remember the one who passed.
Meetings will be virtual. We will follow The Wilderness of Grief – Finding Your Way by Dr. Alan D. Wolfelt, PH. D. This support group meets biweekly on Monday at 6:00 PM MST (8:00 PM EST – 5:00 PM PST). Sessions begin on February 28th and end on June 20th.
- February 28
- March 14 *Daylight savings time begins on Sunday, March 13th.
- March 28
- April 11
- April 25
- May 9
- May 23
- June 6
- June 20
This group is co-facilitated by Kim and April. We welcome new and previous Women’s Group members. If you have suffered these tragic losses and are struggling to figure out how to survive, please email email@example.com. Pre-registration is required! Once you have joined the group you will receive a book and journal. There is a $45.00 charge to cover the cost of materials. Scholarships are available.
Kim has participated in several EricsHouse support groups. She is a loss survivor who enjoys helping others heal through the grief.
April is a Spiritual Companion, Interfaith Chaplain, and an Art as Intuition Facilitator. April has served as a Hospital and Hospice Chaplain for more than 30 years. Certified as a Spiritual Companion in 1999, she has more recently continued her studies at the Chaplaincy Institute in Berkeley, California, where she expanded her love and knowledge of spiritual practices of the world’s many and diverse faith paths. April is also a Grief Companion at EricsHouse and is certified in Dr. Alan Wolfelt’s grief companioning model of grief support. She offers compassionate, loving support to many people who are struggling with their losses.