*NEW GROUP* "Recovering from Grief & Loss"
People who sustain a brain injury experience multiple changes and losses in their lives. These losses become apparent in many areas of a brain injury survivor’s life when they pop up unexpectedly. Common examples include activities like making a quick choice on what clothes to put on or preparing dinner or meeting up with friends or going to work. The implications of these losses are personal, multiple, meaningful, and painful. Grieving these losses can assist people with an ABI to let go of the old in order to develop new patterns and horizons in their lives.
This hands-on group is especially designed for the ABI survivor to process thoughts and feelings associated with losses in their lives though working with others in a group and developing ways to recover from grief.
Tuesday afternoons from 1:00 to 3:00 p.m.
Sept 11, 18, 25, and Oct 2, 2012 at VBIS
Group is limited to four participants.
Interested or need more information? Call the office at (250) 598-9339 for more information.