I’m Dyin’ to Talk About Humor, Grace, and Grief
April 20 @ 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm$35
Who likes to talk about death or grief? Sure, we know to be serious when someone dies, but is it okay to make a joke? If you talk about grace are you talking about religion? And what about those people that tell me I should be over my grief about my best friend, my cat? Humor and grace are two tools that help you walk along the path of grief. This session will help you discern healthy vs unhealthy grief coping skills, talk about forced humor vs organic humor and redefine grace in non-religious terms. At times of loss its also important to have trusted friends that can be present to your pain and create a safe place to laugh and cry. This seminar/webinar is a safe place.
This event is in-person, but is also accessible via live ZOOM. As with all in-person events at Soul Care, safe social distancing practices are required. Tickets are $35/person and are available here: http://bit.ly/3sZjKG5
ABOUT THE PRESENTER:
Debra Joy Hart believes everyone needs support along their spiritual path. To quote Ram Das, “We’re all just walking each other home.” She provides verbal and ceremonial support with the goal that everyone leaves her sessions feeling empowered, inspired and hopeful.
Debra is certified in Thanatology (one who studies Death, Dying and Bereavement) though the Association for Death Education and Counseling and has many hours of accreditation in Grief Counseling and Bereavement Facilitation.
Debra is not a licensed therapist or social worker, however, she may recommend licensed therapists or medical guidance. She’s been a licensed registered nurse in Illinois for over 30 years with an emphasis and experience in Long-term Care, Caregiver Support, Public Health, Medication Management, Drug and Alcohol Substance Abuse Support, Cancer, Alzheimer/ Dementia and Hospice.