Date: May 17, 2021
Time: 6:00 pm  to  7:30 pm

“Exploring Grief Wisdom, A Path of Healing” with Charlene Ray, MSW – May 17th

Join us Monday May 17th at 6 pm EST for “Exploring Grief Wisdom, A Path of Healing” with Charlene Ray, MSW
From Charlene:
Please join me for an introduction to walking the path of the grief wisdom wheel.
This is a unique way of exploring grief and creating a plan to nurture yourself during times of grief. It is a culmination of my work over the years developing self-care plans, soul mapping, and working with the Celtic medicine wheel. We will start in the center, grounding ourselves in our own inner wisdom, and then travel the wheel in the four directions to explore the gifts of the elements (earth, air, fire, and water).
We will discuss an overview of the wheel, how grief and nature are connected, reflecting on our own personal relationship with grief, and gaining tools for accessing our inner wisdom. We will focus on self-compassion and care of the heart as we explore the ways grief has touched our lives.
Online: Zoom Link to be provided to registrants
Date: Monday May 17th 2021
Time: 6pm – 7:30 pm
Presented by: Charlene Ray
Interested? RSVP and register at EventBrite by clicking here.
Donations requested to support COPE families
About Charlene:
Charlene Ray, MSW is a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker and has been in practice as a therapist, grief guide, and workshop facilitator for 35 years. She works for Forefront Suicide Prevention as a coach and trainer.
Charlene studied mindful self-compassion, nature-based therapies, rites of passage, suicide prevention, grief and loss therapy, and blends all of the traditions and techniques, with her intuitive work, to create an individualized and powerful experience for each client and program she facilitates.
Charlene teaches mindfulness in the school, K-6, and facilitates Mindful Self-Compassion for the Bereaved.
Charlene has led programs for school districts and organizations on various mental health topics and is a frequent speaker at Sno-Isle Library Issues that Matter events. She presented a 2020 TEDx talk on Seeing Grief in a New Light.
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