Continuing Bonds: You Don't Have to Say Goodbye
Tuesday from 4:00 PM - 5:30 PM MST
Details to view the event are private and will be sent along with your ticket purchase.
On Zoom--online or by phone. Registration takes a few seconds and gets you the call link, follow-up resources, and the recording.
Retired grief counselor and educator Sharon Katz will moderate a panel format discussion featuring Jill Thompson and Darcy Williamson. Participants are invited to bring and share their ideas and perspectives.
* Dispel the myth that your relationship with someone ends after they die.
* Discuss the importance of discovering how to continue your relationship with your loved one.
* Offer examples of how that can be done.
Dr. Sharon Katz is a retired psychologist, counselor and nurse who specialized in grief and loss. Dr. Katz established the first hospice in eastern Idaho in 1980 and was the founder and advisor to support groups for grieving parents such as Compassionate Friends, Parents of Murdered Children and Survivors of Suicide. Sharon spent her career helping grieving people, teaching professionals, speaking at workshops and consulting with many agencies. She has lived part-time in McCall for many years.
Jill Kraft Thompson is the author of Finding Jill: How I Rebuilt My Life after Losing the Five People I Loved Most.She dedicated her book to those who live with grief. She has spoken about grief in various venues and classes.Close to 19 years ago, she lost her husband, two young sons, her mother and her niece in a motor vehicle collision in Italy. Today, she lives in McCall with her second husband and their son.
Darcy Williamson, an award-winning author, is a Rocky Mountain herbalist, naturalist who lives in McCall.During her fifty-year career, she has written over twenty books and taught more than one hundred and thirty apprentices the knowledge and preparation of backyard herbal medicine.During the spring of 2017, Darcy Williamson walked the Camino Frances in remembrance of her deceased husband, Robert Sweetgall. Her book, Medicinal Camino, Plant First Aid Along “The Way” came from that pilgrimage and includes her diary describing her grief during the year after her husband died.
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