It was a good day to connect and heal together.
Our Grief Open House brought together three businesses dedicated to grief support and self-care.
Nourish the soul wellness centre
"With the loss of a loved one, comes grief. Grief is a natural process that we all must face at one time or another in our lives. As individuals we do not experience loss and grief in the same way.
At Nourish the Soul, our team of Certified Holistic Practitioners can support you through all phases of life's experiences, honoring the Mind, Body & Soul wherever you may be."
Nourish the Soul Wellness Centre has five individuals trained in different areas of Natural Health Services. Each one offering a special approach to self-care and grief management.
Their shop is located at 5013 50th Avenue in Cold Lake. You can reach them by stopping by, calling 780-661-3331 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Reflexology by mecell inc.
Zenful Goddess - certified life coach and grief mentor
"What exactly does a Grief Mentor do?"
Her certificate is as a Grief Coach but she prefers the term Grief Mentor.
Grief and mourning are such complex processes that it is imperative that the feelings surrounding those are not only acknowledged, but are eventually transformed into healing.
When we lose something that we love, due to various reasons such as death, divorce, job loss and the like, we lose a part of ourselves, of our identity. These losses can completely crumble our vision of the world and our place in it.
A Grief Mentor helps you navigate through these losses and find meaning again. Sometimes it can be difficult to work on your own "stuff" and having someone who's been there and understands the full process can really help you make sense of your new world.
Kirsten Gaucher can be contacted by emailing email@example.com.
Whether it be the loss of a loved one or the loss of a significant portion of your life through divorce, loss of job or illness - one thing is sure - that you will need to manage your grief. Some people want to speak and be heard, while others would like to be coached and told what to do.
Grief is not the same for everyone and therefore grief management needs to come in different forms also. Find what works best for you and remember that the best road to recovery is self-care.