Resilient Living: A Grief Support Group

Resilient Living: A Grief Support Group

Next Date: October 16, 2019
Time: 7:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
Cost: $80.00
Type: Support Groups
Intended Audience: General Public

Organization

Venue

1633 Q St NW Ste 200 Washington, District of Columbia
20009

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Description

When we are grieving, we can feel invisible. Our friends, our colleagues, and even our family may expect us to grieve on their schedule, not ours. These expectations can sometimes lead us into a sense of self-aggression and doubt. This group is a place to come and be seen, and be heard, without judgement, without timetables. It's a place to learn from other's grief journeys, and a place to come and talk about your loved one and to honor them, with tears, or smiles, or laughter. Loss is one thing that every human has in common. Honoring and exploring our losses gives us the opportunity to become more deeply human, to open our hearts, and to live more deeply.

Client Concerns

  • Grief, Loss, and Bereavement

How to Register

Email me and let's set up a free, 1/2 hour consultation.

Jonathan Kirkendall MA LPC

Jonathan Kirkendall MA LPC

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Since 2006, I have been working with bereaved individuals and groups. In 2016 I took on a leadership role with the Tragedy Assistance for Survivors, the national non-profit that offers support and programs for bereaved military families. Working with over a thousand adults and children a year across the country, I designed and implemented programming for: Children grieving parents Parents grieving a child Spouses and fiances grieving partners Families of suicide Parents raising grieving children During that time, I also had the privilege of training over 1400 active duty military personnel to accompany a grieving military child through their grief process. I ran camps and seminars, outings and special events, but my passion remains working with individuals and small groups grappling with grief.

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