Please join us to explore grief and transformation as we shift into winter and prepare for a new year. We will engage with holistic and trauma informed approaches to supporting ourselves and our community in grief, while challenging cultural narratives that can be harmful to the grievers everywhere. Our time will be spent in meaning making and healing, using storytelling and interactive tools to be learners and teachers together. This session is open to all grievers, no matter what kind(s) of grief they carry.
About the Presenter:
Canada approaches life with big ideas, passion, compassion, and empathy, compelled to hold and love whatever comes to her. Professionally she does this through her work in behavioral healthcare, suicide prevention, and death care.
In 2021 Canada was honored with the Trillium Family Services Mental Health Hero award for her work in grief and suicide prevention. Canada has served the community as a Certified Funeral Celebrant for 7 years and also serves as a grief educator and death doula. Currently she is a fellow with the School Crisis Recovery and Renewal Network, focused on grief with children and youth. Canada lives her dreams through urban homesteading in Portland with her family, 3 goats, and hodgepodge of herbs and plants.
Once registered, you will receive an email 2-3 days prior to the training date with preparation instructions and Zoom link.
This class is fully booked.