Loss and Re-Storying: Nurturing inner and Outer Transition
June 15th 7-9.30pm
We have all suffered losses both in our family and in our environment. We have forgotten so many of the rituals designed to help us through losses such as in death and are now confronted with collective loss of species and treasured places. It can be hard to bear the experience of these disturbing feelings.
This is a workshop that aims to build resilience in bearing and tolerating these feelings that are often denied in our culture. We will start with an ancient story that speaks to the fear of death and the challenge of grieving. This will create a holding for the sharing of our own stories and having them witnessed.
We hope that this inner transition will be a seed for a wider capacity to be bear the inevitable challenges our turbulent times and adapt to the new realities through the sharing of experience.
Group size maximum 12.
Sarah Deco is a local storyteller, art therapist and group therapist.
Chris Robertson is a local psychotherapist, trainer and climate change catalyst
Venue: Dollis Hill, NW10 – details on booking
Book by email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Join us for tea before the workshop from 6.30pm
We welcome donations for this workshop from a basic £5 to cover expenses for Transitions Willesden and up to £15 to go towards The Climate Psychology Alliance an organisation, which aims to further understanding of the psychological aspects of climate change.
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