Caregiver Support After the Journey - Grief and Loss

Caregiver Support After the Journey - Grief and Loss

Join us for a compassionate and informative Zoom support meeting, "Caregiver Support After the Journey - Grief and Loss." This virtual gathering is designed to provide a safe and understanding space for caregivers who have journeyed through the challenges of caregiving and are now navigating the complex terrain of grief and loss.

Caring for a loved one can be both a rewarding and emotionally taxing experience, and often, the grief and loss that follow can be overwhelming. Whether you have recently lost a loved one or are in the process of grieving, this support meeting aims to connect you with a community of individuals who understand the unique struggles and emotions that caregivers face.

During these sessions, we will:

1. Share experiences: Participants will have the opportunity to share their personal stories, challenges, and triumphs in a supportive environment where they can openly express their feelings and emotions.
2. Learn coping strategies: Learn valuable insights, coping strategies, and resources that help caregivers manage the complex emotions that accompany grief and loss.
3. Build connections: Connect with fellow caregivers who have faced similar experiences. Building a network of support can provide comfort and reassurance during the grieving process.
4. Foster healing: Through discussions, exercises, and shared insights, we aim to promote emotional healing and help participants find a path toward acceptance and resilience.

This virtual support meeting is open to caregivers of all backgrounds and experiences. Whether you cared for a family member, friend, or loved one, your journey is valid, and we are here to support you through the challenges of grief and loss.

Date: February 20, 2024

Time: 4-5pm Eastern Time

Location: Zoom (Virtual Meeting)

Register Here

Facilitated By: Dr George Ackerman

Hosted By: Coleen Cunningham Foundation (CCF)

Please RSVP to secure your spot and receive the Zoom meeting details. Together, we can navigate the complexities of grief and loss and find strength in our shared experiences.

 

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