05sep10:00 am12:00 amGrief and You - Thornlie
Being a carer often involves ambiguous loss, a loss that cannot be reconciled or resolved, resulting in feelings that are hard to hold and explore. Carers WA presents a workshop for
Being a carer often involves ambiguous loss, a loss that cannot be reconciled or resolved, resulting in feelings that are hard to hold and explore.
Carers WA presents a workshop for carers exploring some of these challenges when caring for a family member, friend or loved one.
In this workshop we focus on loss and the process of grief as separate to the experience of bereavement.
Being a part of the workshop will help you find a perspective
on the losses you may have experienced in your caring role and explore the process of grieving, allowing it to be seen, experienced and shared as a part of your life.
This session will be facilitated by Erin Griffin, who combines her lived experience as a carer with her background and passion for community mental health, yoga and meditation.
(Tuesday) 10:00 am - 12:00 am
Thornlie Park Meeting Room | 50-60 Thornlie Ave, Thornlie 6108
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