COPING WITH LOSS AND GRIEF AND THE HOLIDAYS
“Hi Patti, I really truly like coming to your group. I want to thank you very much and I can’t wait for next week. You are awesome and you are very funny.” Patricia
“I have learned more along this heartbreaking journey than I ever thought possible. I have learned that you will never ever forget your love and that you are changed forever, but you need to give yourself permission to heal. I have learned that I can revisit the past, but I cannot live in it, because it undermines my present and all that I have is just today. I have learned that love never dies and my love is with me always because he sends me signs to tell me so. These are my greatest treasures. I have learned that by keeping his memory alive with stories, photos etc. it makes me smile and brings me a kind of peace. I believe that your loved one only wants the best for you and you will be reunited one day.” Judy
To register for this life changing event, please call Patti Williams at 908-709-1341. No fee is charged. Registration is required. You must attend the first week to participate. This 8 week seminar has been offered for 20 years now, and has helped about 3,500 people experience healing, find a new purpose for their lives, and feel joy once again. This is an experience like no other. Come learn about grief from the inside out from Patti Williams, R.N., and certified pastoral bereavement counselor, and Virginia Waters, PhD. Psychologist and trained facilitators who have experienced loss and grief as well.
Where?– The First Presbyterian Church of Cranford, 11 Springfield Ave. What?-“Journey to Wholeness- Healing the Grieving Heart”
When? on Sundays evenings from January 26, 2020-March 15, 2020 in the chapel. This location ishandicapped accessible.
The sessions include learning about the stages of grief and understanding the tasks of the grieving process, coping strategies, deal with lonliness, building a support system, etc.
It does not matter if your loss is divorce, death or job loss, etc. Loss is loss- it must be grieved. It does not matter how long ago you experienced loss. Bring family members and friends. All faiths are welcome. All people are welcome.
This seminar is dedicated to Patti’s late husband, the Rev. Dr. Bruce D. Williams who had a vision for this program wanting to help others deal with their pain and suffering during their time of loss.