Grief Support

http://www.whitememorial.org/uploads/hands.jpgGrief is mostly unpredictable, but there are four certainties about it:

    1) The way out of grief is through it; 
    2) The very worst kind of grief is your own; 
    3) Grief is hard work; 
    4) Effective grief work is not done alone.

WMPC offers occasional Grief Support workshops to help you name and address your grief. These workshops provide an opportunity to learn about grief and to give and receive support in the company of others experiencing grief.

Help with Grief
WMPC offers occasional grief support workshops to help you name and address your grief. These workshops provide an opportunity to learn about grief and to give and receive support in the company of others experiencing grief. Contact Sarah Clapp if you are interested in attending an upcoming session.


Writing Toward Healing
Mondays, November 7 - December 12
from 5:00-6:00 p.m.

Whether your pain/grief is fresh for you or longstanding and whether or not you would consider yourself to be a writer, this workshop is for you. Carol Henderson’s infant son died in 1982 and writing helped her find a voice for her grief and a path toward healing. Carol has since led workshops for people suffering various kinds of pain and she will lead us this fall. A recent N&O article will tell you more about Carol and her workshops at http://www.newsobserver.com/living/family/article68601127.html.
Register for this workshop online.
For direct questions contact Lisa Hebacker at 919 834-3424., ext. 208.