A Panel on Grief will be presented

 

A Panel on Grief
Wednesday, February 28 | 3 to 5pm
Admission $5
Hoffman Center for the Arts | 594 Laneda Avenue, Manzanita 

 

Please note, all Art of Dying/Art of Aging Series presentations
will now be on the 2nd and 4th Wednesdays at 3:00 at the Hoffman Center.

We have losses every day, some big, some smaller.  Grief is a very normal process to help us honor these losses.

Join us for a panel of experts speaking on the topic of grief.  Presenters include:

• Sara Todd MSW at the Rinehart Clinic
• Arnadene Bean SNJM, On-call Chaplain at Providence Seaside Hospital
• Michael Gabel, past Chaplain at Tillamook Hospice and present Grief Group Facilitator at Tillamook Hospital
• Claudia Johnson MA in Theology  – Princeton Seminary, providing Services in our area for 40+ years 
• Kathleen Moore, Private Practice in our area, Dougy Center group facilitator, Grief Group facilitator

There will be a relatively short presentation by the speakers, then we will open the group up to yet another of the heart-warming discussions we have at our Art of Dying/Art of Aging sessions.  Join us to hear a wide range of experiences with grieving, and to build community.  If you feel you might become overwhelmed with grief as we talk about it, we have people to support you.

Knowing that you are not alone in your grief is probably one of the best indicators of a healthy grieving process.  Knowing you have others you can talk with about grief offers a safety net to hold you through the difficult times.  Be informed, be supported, be connected – join us.

This panel will be held at the Hoffman Center for the Arts; 594 Laneda Avenue, Manzanita, OR, across from the Manzanita Library, on Wednesday, February 28th, from 3-5.  There is a $5 fee to attend.

Please note the change to Wednesday. All Art of Aging/of Dying events will be on Wednesdays in 2018.

If you’d like to be on an email list for the Art of Aging and Art of Dying announcements, email telaskinner@gmail.com

The Art of Aging/of Dying Series is a program of the Hoffman Center of the Arts and will be held at the Hoffman Center (across from Manzanita Library at 594 Laneda Ave). For more information contact Tela Skinner, at telaskinner@gmail.com

 

 

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