PICKING UP THE PIECES -- MOVING ON AFTER A SIGNIFICANT LOSS
Ray Ashurst, 6 Sessions, Wednesday, January 16 – February 20, 3:15 pm – 5:15 pm
All of us have experienced the loss of a significant person. The journey to healing can be lonely at times. This course discusses the type of losses and how to cope and to adjust to the deaths of a loved one. Each person must travel through the grieving process in one's own way and timeline, and this course discusses the stages of grief. This class will give insights on ways for friends and family members to help those who are going through the grief process.
Dr. Ray Ashurst has been a private clinical therapist for forty-eight years. His doctorate is in the field of death, the dying process, and grief. His Masters degree is in clinical therapy. His published books, No-Nonsense Life Skills, Managing Your Stress; Picking Up the Pieces: Moving on After A Significant Loss, Growing Through Life; When Snorkeling Jello Just Doesn’t Cut It and Healing the Broken Heart; and A Beacon of Hope for the Bereaved are available as optional textbooks.