Tag: grief

Grief and the Holidays: Some Recommended Reading

The months leading into the transition from 2021 to 2022 may include holiday gatherings, travel, deadlines, expectation, estrangement, and stress. This time can also bring celebration, “friendsgivings”, traditions, creativity, a sense of community, laughter, anticipation, and joy. When adding these on top of a loss, multiple losses, or cumulative losses, one could see how this season overloads our grief experience. 

On a Path Toward Different – Processing Grief and Loss

Our human experience includes the need to mourn. No matter the loss type, the outward sharing of inward feeling is necessary. But, it does not mean we all activate it in the same way. In fact, part of the unique journey we undertake is finding with whom and how we share with others. It is, however, a part of processing that needs to be heard and witnessed.

Grief, Loss & Life: A Group Process

By: Natalie Jensen, MSW, Supervisee in Social Work The upcoming group, Grief, Loss & Life, will feature weekly sessions, having attendees gather for 90-minutes in the early evening. Sessions are on Thursdays 6:30 – 8:00 pm, beginning March 5th, and run through April 30th (off April 9th). This spring cycle will be limited to a… Read more »

Grief is hard, but THIS is harder.

By: Natalie Jensen, Supervisee in Social Work Grief is work, avoiding grief is even more work.                                                        – David Kessler Sometimes it can feel like there are never enough days, minutes, or hours to… Read more »