Preparing for loss of any sort. – Orchestra Life Studio
Grief Practice – 4 – Weeks – $125
Next Cohort Starts February 8th, 2020
If you are interested in taking this class but can not afford the full tuition, financing options are available. Email us: email@example.com
Whether coming to terms with unexpected professional outcomes or the end of a long-term relationship, we need a process that helps us identify the losses we experience regularly. This prepares us to deal with major losses (like the death of someone beloved). We have all done some grieving in our lives but engaging in a grief practice strengthens our ability to cope with change and develop resilience. This is a studio for addressing loss, large and small.
In this workshop, we discuss the different losses of identity that come along with grief and adjusting to new normals in the face of loss. When people can identify the shifts in identity that occur often in society as practice for greater loss they can recognize that something within them has also died–for example the shifts in identity that come with puberty, employed to unemployed, single to partnered, partnered to single, social trauma, and of course death of those close to us. With all these shifts grief can appear, even when they are joyous occasions.
Class size will be limited to 20 and confidentiality commitments will be made to protect the privacy of each participant.
In this workshop we practice:
- How to identify and access grief in the body
- How to adjust to shifts in outcome
- How to prepare for significant transitions
- Develop a personal practice to address grief
A NOTE ABOUT THE WORKSHOP:
These workshops are not intended as a substitute for traditional grief counseling or psychotherapy.
If you are experiencing depression; significant impairment to your daily functioning, significant lack of motivation or energy, significant changes in appetite, or feelings of disconnectedness, this workshop may not be appropriate for you at this time.
**if you are experiencing suicidal thoughts please call 911
For additional emotional support, Corazon Life Guidance offers an integrative safe space to gain further tools to learn how to identify and cope with depressive symptoms.
2 sessions available 1-1 Option below.
About ORCHESTRA Life Studio:
Bringing together the expertise of psychologists, global perspectives on sociology, economics, and culture, and drawing upon Citizens Of Culture’s unique ability to cultivate safe-emotional spaces for learning and sharing, our workshops will help you craft new habits and perspectives to guide your life.
Jamila Reddy (they/she) is a writer, self-empowerment coach, and life-enthusiast on a mission to help people manifest their dreams. Jamila is the creator of Make It Happen, an online course for creative, compassionate people who want to show up in the world powerfully and purposefully. Jamila’s podcast, Deliberate and Doing it Afraid, features stories from her journey to her best life and the lessons that come from it. Jamila has spoken and written for TedX, The Loveland Foundation, Afropunk, Ethel’s Club, Greatist, The Body is Not An Apology, and Shine.
Learn more at jamilareddy.me, or follow Jamila on Instagram @jamilareddy
Sign-Up for Grief Practice plus for one-on-one counseling sessions with in addition to the course.
We also run an Educational Partner Program that provides grief counseling program taught in public and charter schools for youth, and college age students.