Moving through the darkness back into the light can be a difficult journey for anyone. This seminar is designed for individuals who have experienced the loss of a loved one and are willing to create changes to feel better. Grief is the natural reaction to that sense of loss. How a person makes that journey can significantly impact their emotional well being. If you are willing to make adjustments in your life, this seminar is for you.
The seminar explores:
- How to be open to the presence of loss
- What beliefs and misconceptions can cause
- How to move forward with life
- How you can feel better
- Why reconciliation, not resolution
- What you might experience
- When does grief end
Thursday April 19, 2012
6:45 – 8:15pm
Registration with refreshments at 6:30pm
Registration is required by April 16th
Fee: Non BFO members $20, BFO members $10
To reserve your seat phone: 905-848-4337
Laurie M. Martin is a practicing and noted certified trauma specialist, Bereavement Companion and published author, effectively supporting People, creating personal Growth and Transition. She is the Principal of Life Interrupted Incorporated.
She is internationally known for her educational programs that help others come to terms with traumatic experiences. Her presentation style is upbeat, informal and participative. Laurie’s mission is to help people feel more confident and empowered to help appreciate and transition themselves through their healing process. Visit www.lifeinterrupted.ca to learn more.
This educational seminar is being provided by: Bereaved Families of Ontario