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Onsite Workshops


Balanced Living

Grief and Loss Program

Giving you the space to grieve in community.


Upcoming Sessions

September 23 - 29, 2019
November 18 - 24, 2019


Program Fee: $ 5800

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Grief and Loss is a six-day intensive, small group therapeutic workshop designed to help individuals who have experienced the inexpressible grief following the death of a significant person or people in their lives.

“Perhaps the reassuring thing about grieving is that the process will not be cheated.” 
Martha Whitmore Hickman, Healing After Loss

We all grieve differently though a key component of healing takes place in community. Participants will move through their own unique process while being supported by their small group and the larger community.

Onsite’s team of experts have collaborated with nationally known grief experts to create a unique and impactful program. Participants will learn:

  • The Grief Model of Trauma Recovery
  • How grief and loss impact the brain
  • Tools and resources to assist in understanding sadness, mourning, anger, and acceptance
  • The importance of surrounding yourself with a community of others

“In a world of such beauty as birds in flight, surely I can come to feel at home again, even after my loss.” 
Martha Whitmore Hickman, Healing After Loss

This program will help you:

  • Identify where you are in your grief process
  • Move forward without moving on
  • Acknowledge and honor your loss
  • Find empathy and compassion for yourself and others

Program's Special Emphasis:

Grief | Loss | Relationships | Emotional Trauma Resolution | Affirmation and Forgiveness | Understanding Intimacy | Balancing Thoughts, Feelings and Actions | Making Choices and Expanding Options | Connecting with Self and Others | Codependency and Other Medicators | Family of Origin and Generational Influence

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