This is a weekly class and support group designed to help you understand and cope with your grief. The focus of the group is to provide you with education about the grieving process, mutual support and an opportunity to share. Coffee and snacks will be provided.
Laura Lyn worked as a Mental Health Advocate for the Mental Health Association where she was a Social Worker. Laura has facilitated many groups of the sensitive nature. Laura also is a Medium, she will instill this highly attuned talent within the group.
This six-week session is for you if you are having a difficult time through your grieving process. Sometimes it takes years to process a loss. If you are in despair allow this compassionate group to help. We will together hear, feel and acknowledge your pain. We will discover emotionally healthy ways to find peace.
Each week will grow upon another so please consider this a six-week commitment. If you do not find this group is for you after the first week please let Laura know. The group will be set at only 15 people at a maximum and there may be a cancellation list involved.
Please call and leave a message with a phone that has texting capability for this is how you will get your confirmation.
Please understand that it usually takes a few months for a loved one to spiritually communicate thru Laura Lyn. While there have been exceptions we would not want you to be disappointed especially at such a vulnerable time.
While Laura Lyn understands the sensitive nature of your participation in this group, she will not have dedicated time for individual discussion beyond the perimeters of the session. If you would like personal time with Laura Lyn that can be arranged separately.
Please contact Laura at 330-618-7428 to be included in this group. If you do not receive a reply thru text within 24 hours please call again. Laura will close this group at 15 people so a text will assure your confirmation.
"Grieving is a journey that teaches us how to love in a new way now that our loved one is no longer with us. Consciously remembering those who have died is the key that opens the hearts, that allows us to love them in new ways." - Tom Attig, The Heart of Grief