Grief Retreat – VIRTUAL
December 5 @ 12:30 pm - 4:00 pm
Good Grief: Good Practices
Psychotherapist and Bereavement Counselor, Annie Hisle offers uplifting spiritual practices that are helpful in dealing with the inevitable losses we face on our life journey. Annie believes that Losing and Finding are complementary to each other and fundamental to life. Significant loss or significant perceived loss leads most of us into shock, into the underneathness of life. It is in these depths that we question what really matters, learn some lessons , and are often willing to choose new practices, new behaviors, new attitudes.
Helpful, healing practices will be discussed. Stories of resilience; grace and adapting; poems; inspiring quotes and prayers will be shared.
This retreat has been reformatted to be offered via Zoom. Join Annie and others for an afternoon virtual retreat.
Annie Hisle is a practicing psychotherapist/bereavement counselor and retired Montgomery Hospice grief counselor and group facilitator. Also a spiritual companion, author of My House Burned Down and Now I Can See the Stars, and Remembering Smiles, a home bound minister and ex-offender mentor. She enjoys seven nearby grandchildren, yoga, her Shalem Centering Prayer Group, book group, her bi-monthly women’s group, movies, meals and long walks with her spouse and/or friends.