This group is for people who are dealing with a death, loss or major life transition. The focus is to give participants the opportunity to heal from painful experiences and loss. This class offers many different avenues of support: the opportunity to share your story, methods for healing painful emotions as well as ways navigate friends and family. While these classes are a place to grieve, they are also filled with hope and healing in a relaxed and positive atmosphere.
The Power to Heal Grief and Loss
What we are about:
This is a wonderful forum for people dealing with a death, loss or major life transition. While these classes are a place to grieve, the message of our work is one of hope and healing. This class offers many different avenues of support:
• the opportunity to share your loss
• the tools and resources for healing painful emotions
• ways to navigate the ups and downs of life and relationships
What you can expect from this group:
Each class will focus on three topics. First, we will look at ways to manage loss and painful emotions. Second, participants will have the opportunity to share their story in a safe and respectful environment. Finally, we will look at techniques for staying grounded and healthy as you work through the feelings of grief and loss. We will cover these and many more issues as the classes progress. Expect to learn a lot about yourself and others and marvel at the journey you are on.
This class meets the first and third Saturday of every month at Saint Ambrose Church. These classes have no religious affiliation.
The fee for each class is $25. Cash, check or credit card are accepted as a payment method.
Mimi has dedicated much of her career to people struggling with death and loss. She established “Kids Camp,” one of the first camps of its kind for adults and kids grieving the loss of someone they love. She also penned the book, “Grief and Loss Take Us on a Journey.” Mimi served as a hospice counselor for 12 years in Woodland Park, Colorado. She has her bachelors degree in Psychology and Journalism.
Mimi currently works with individuals and families, counseling and teaching classes throughout the community.