Support Group



Tuesday, Oct. 05, 2021

Tuesday, October 5, 2021 - 7:30pm Eastern

Registration Closed

Our support groups offer a safe, evidence-based environment for grievers to take effective and lasting action, no matter the type of loss experienced. These groups are led by Grief Recovery Method Specialists, trained and certified by the Grief Recovery Institute.

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About The Format

This program can be taught once a week for 8 weeks or twice a week for 4 weeks. There are 2-3 days in between sessions if offered twice a week. Each session is approximately 2 hours long. There is reading and assignments in between sessions. New participants can join on sessions 1 or 2; after session 2 the group is closed. GRM Support Groups are not drop in style groups. All GRM programs are confidential, structured and action oriented.

A Note From The Presenter:

If you are dealing with grief related to the loss of a family member or friend, Huron Shores Hospice offers this 8-session program that provide a safe environment for you to look at your old beliefs about dealing with loss and provide actions that will lead you to complete unresolved emotions that may still be causing you pain. As a trained and Certified Grief Recovery Specialist®, I will facilitate your journey with compassion and confidentiality. You will be given a copy of The Grief Recovery Handbook that we use as our textbook. This group is free of charge, but we ask that you consider making a one-time $25 donation to cover the cost of the materials and supplies.

Presented by:
Sher Brown

I have always had a deep desire to support people to live their best lives. In the year 2000, my family and I moved to a new community, lost my father to cancer and my brother to suicide all in the span of four months. After my brother's death, I attended counselling for a few sessions and found that talking about my grief didn't feel like it was helping me to move forward. I decided that the way to recover from grief was to put it out of my mind and just "get over it". For the next several years I put one foot in front of the other and got on with life, thinking that I had effectively dealt with these losses. As part...