"BEING WITH SORROW"
ZOOM Online Grief Workshop with Christine Nachmann
"Life is a growth in the art of loss" - John O'Donahue
You are warmly invited to a 3-part online zoom course to reflect on loss, grief and the manifestations of sorrow in our lives.
Grief is a natural part of every human life. However, in addition to our own individual losses, we are faced with the enormous pressures of a global pandemic, war in Europe, economic pressures, and ecological decline. It is, therefore, more important than ever to engage with loss and grief, to attend to our own holistic needs and to develop strategies to support ourselves in these demanding times.
When, Where & Cost?
WHEN: 19, 20, 21 July
TIME: 18h30 - 20h30
WHERE: Online at ZOOM
COST: Pay what you can/donation
What this workshop offers
We will gather in a small group to pause and take time to be with what longs to be attended to in our hearts, bodies and minds. Time will be given for individual reflections through writing, sharing in small break-away groups and in group discussions.
The sessions are offered in a spirit of reflective inquiry and the group size is kept small to allow for individual sharing and mutual support.
For further information and to book contact the Parish Office on 021 794 5185 or firstname.lastname@example.org
OR sign up online by clicking here.
Our grateful thanks to Kate Bernicchi for organising this - please feel free to chat with Kate too, if you want to find out more.
To book for this Grief Workshop contact the Parish Office on 021 794 5185 or email@example.com
CLICK HERE to complete the online registration form.
About the Facilitator
Christine Nachmann is a counsellor and educator with a focus on the psychosocial and spiritual aspects of palliative care, a field she has been active in since 2005.
She was part of the education department at a Cape Town hospice for many years where she also served as a spiritual counsellor.
In addition to her private counselling practice, she has been teaching at the University of Cape Town in the Dep. for Palliative Medicine since 2016 and regularly offers webinars for the WC Department of Health.